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About the Movie
Australien Skies is a documentary film that explores the sightings of unidentified flying objects and the people who witness them within Australia. Follow film maker Don Meers (Ghosts Of Casula, The Spirit Level) as he spends four days on a fascinating UFO road trip with controversial ufologist Damien John Nott, a photographic contactee who claims to have the biggest collection of photos and videos of unidentifed objects in the world. The film interviews witnesses and "Photgraphic Contactees" (people who alledge they receive a "feeling" as to when these objects are about to appear thus giving them time to prepare with a camera for the sighting) and examines the links between the object sightings and government involvement, social ramifications and how this high strangeness affects people who experience this phenomena on a personal level. With over fifty previously unreleased photo and video clips of this unusual phenomena, Australien Skies attempts to answer the question- Is it possible for the average person to experience the UFO phenomena and if so…how?
Stunning display of real UFOS!
One of the best new UFO documentaries I’ve seen. The film tells the story of Damien Knott, a ufo videographer who's documented over 2000 images of UFOS in his hometown of Dundee Australia. Liam Freaney’s story about the Men in Black is shocking. Buy or rent if you like the subject.
Whether you’re a believer or a skeptic, this documentary is worth watching. It comes at the whole phenomenon from a very logical vantage point, and doesn’t try and sway you to one side or another. All it asks is that you listen to witnesses, and keep an open mind. Strange stuff is happening out there, and a lot of people are seeing and documenting it. Damien Nott’s experience is something everyone should hear about.
It sounds like the main guy just randomly started seeing the orbs. That is quite interesting because it means he didn't have to summon to build a bond with them. As is the case with the rest of us, it's cool that they follow him wherever he goes. The footage of the orbs was absolutely great, the multiple colors they displayed were very impressive. The scene where they are rocking out the boat was cool and unique too. I must say it was ultra creepy that a government helicopter followed them on that journey, even though the aircraft never achieved visual contact with them. The government agents, random hovering helicopters, and government car appearances sounds bizarre and creepy. The Bigfoot connection was pretty sweet too. The tree dent and random noise that came from the trash can was interesting and odd. The orb that followed the drone was pretty funny. On the whole, it was an excellent film that had top of the line production.