April 14, 2015, LOS ANGELES – King Kill 63, the documentary that takes a look back on more than 50 years of Kennedy assassination research including the firestorm director Oliver Stone encountered during the making of JFK, has been invited to close out the Dallas International Film Festival’s 2015 festival on April 19 at 8 pm. The screening also marks the worldwide theatrical premiere of King Kill 63 (a trailer can be viewed here: https://youtu.be/WeQijnzTmvY).
The film, which was directed by Ryan Page (Blood Into Wine, Moog), speaks at length with Director Oliver Stone about the reception he received when news broke on his controversial film JFK, but also the struggles he faced on capital hill as he fought for the JFK Records Act of 1992. Public outcry in the wake of JFK resulted in the creation of the Assassination Records Review Board (ARRB), which has declassified hundreds of thousands of documents but as the film shows, even now over 50,000 documents remain sealed.
Featuring interviews with many leading researchers in the JFK-assassination community, King Kill 63 showcases the mountain of evidence that has come to light as a result of the release of these documents and because of the tireless work of the three generations of assassination critics, while at the same time reacquainting the audience with what truly happened on that tragic day in Dallas in November of 1963 and its immediate aftermath. As Governor Jesse Ventura says in the film, there were two major crimes that occurred surrounding Kennedy's death, the murder itself and the cover-up that took place thereafter, and continues to this day.
Moving seamlessly through five decades of research, leading pathologist Dr. Cyril Wecht deconstructs the flawed “single bullet theory” while former ARRB member Douglas Horne reveals his discoveries concerning the alteration of the original Zapruder film and discusses the shocking evidence pointing to the autopsy of JFK being fraudulent.
King Kill 63, written by Dissenting Views author Joseph Green, James Page, and director Ryan Page, is a riveting documentary for each and every American, both expert and notice on the facts surrounding the assassination. It’s a documentary unlike any ever made on this subject, and a searing ride into inconvenient history.
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