Award-winning UFO documentary: Craft of Unknown Origin

Watch this award-winning UFO video!… winner of “Best Short Video” category at the 2012 International UFO Congress film festival!

“Craft of Unknown Origin” is a 30-minute documentary that examines the subject of UFOs. Drawing from a number of credible UFO witnesses and UFO reports, the video is crammed with diagrams, as well as 2D and 3D animation, that accurately visualize the strange vehicles that these witnesses report seeing.

Most notably, the makers of this video worked closely with Sgt. James Penniston, U.S. Air Force (ret.), to accurately visualize, for the first time anywhere, the UFO craft that he saw. Sgt. Penniston is one of the principle witnesses to the celebrated Rendlesham Forest UFO event of 1980. Through animated video, viewers will see what Penniston saw as he describes his feelings and actions of that night. Often referred to as “England’s Roswell,” the Redlesham forest incident remains one of the most well-documented UFO events ever.

Respected UFO author Leslie Kean (UFOs: Generals, Pilots, and Government Officials Go on the Record) is also interviewed. Listen as she shares her insight about UFOs, cutting through the sensational reporting of the subject to get to the indisputable facts.

Award-winning G. M. Productions is the production company of San Antonio animator Mike Fisher. Mike has been creating animations and videos for over 10 years. His videos have won awards at film festivals all across the country.

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  1. This documentary was one of the best or the best I&#39;ve seen so far. Simple, to the point and using reported events that are brought up by accountable witnesses.<br />Thanks for showing it on your website.<br />JM

  2. Great documentary. There are so many more cases witnessed by pilots and policemen and credible ordinary people.<br />But pilots and policemen risks their jobs testefying these encounters. Most of them talk about it many years later. <br />Greetings

  3. Good work, enjoyed the Penniston interview and Rendlesham device animation especially.<br />Good to see a UFO doco that doesn&#39;t resort to sensationalism and exaggeration.<br />Martin Harris, Christchurch, NZ.

  4. Good job, nice to see a documentary that gives &quot;just the facts&quot;. I hope you make a few more like this. I suppose they&#39;re hyped enough for TV.

  5. Very good indeed! Next question is seems triangular shapes are frequent in many other things associated to UFO sightings, hmm?:)

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