UFOs are a Clockwork Orange
As an investigative filmmaker, Corbell has proven to have unique and unprecedented access to military witnesses and scientists who study and engage the UFO problem. Corbell makes films on individuals from within the classified realms of the scientific and technology industry, who actively study what insiders refer to as, "The Phenomenon". With a focus on military and aerospace whistleblowers, Corbell's films are humanizing and revelatory.
Corbell has developed intimate portraits of some of the most elusive witnesses within the field. With film subject like Bob Lazar, George Knapp, John Lear, a nano-physicist he calls “Nano Man”, to the late Dr. Roger Leir and Dr. Edgar Mitchell; Corbell’s films are a testament to how we engage the UFO problem from a human standpoint.
Corbell continues to point the unflinching eye of his camera towards the UFO problem, and has earned the trust of insiders; "extraordinary individuals who devote their personal resources to the investigation of The Phenomenon." Corbell's films have focused on advanced propulsion, nanotechnology, psychokinesis and the bizarre story of Skinwalker Ranch.
For this presentation at the Contact In The Desert, Corbell will give an audio/visual lecture that will include film-clips from his most recent documentary and investigatory work. He will discuss his evolving understanding of The Phenomenon (UFOs and beyond). He will look at both the nuts and bolts elements to the UFO mystery, as well as, dive deep into the more exotic events that seem to indicate "an artificial intelligence in command of the UFO display”. Corbell will discuss the concept, similar to Anthony Burgess’s book and Stanley Kubrick’s film, of A Clockwork Orange. What Corbell calls the “mechanistic characteristics of The Phenomenon". The suggestion that, "an interactive artificial intelligence is manipulating the desire of humanity."
Attendees will experience never before screened footage from a number of Corbell’s upcoming films (including SKINWALKER RANCH). Corbell intends to "weaponize your curiosity."