MIND GAMES: Facts Don’t Lie, But The Camera May – NASA 1969 Moon Landing Set Footage

Source – zengardner.com

– During the “Cold War” the USA wanted to convince the world of their dominance in near space.

Using their great technology and the all time American moto “Lights – Camera – Action!”, they finaly made it to the Moon.
So here it is… footage from the Moon Landing Simulator.

What Happened On the Moon? – Analysis of the Lunar Photography 





William KarelBiography

After studying in Paris, Karel emigrated to Israel where he lived for about 10 years in a kibbutz. Returning to France in 1981, he turned to photography and worked for more than ten years as a photo-reporter for several agencies like Gamma (1972-1976) and Sygma (1976-1983). Then he started to direct movies.

Since the end of the eighties, Karel has directed many historical and political documentaries dealing with sensitive subjects of the twentieth century, from the “Rafle du Vélodrome d’hiver” to the Israeli-Arab conflict, while talking about the FMI policy in Jamaica or the extreme right wing in France. His documentaries are frequently broadcast by the Arte and France 3 channels. He has also done portraits of French and American politicians — Valéry Giscard d’Estaing, François Mitterrand, Jean-Marie Le Pen, John F. Kennedy and George W. Bush.

Studies of the United States are an important part of Karel’s work. After The Men of the White House (2000), a film about presidents during periods of crisis, he explored the secrets of the CIA in CIA, Secret Wars (2003). This movie is based primarily on interviews of former CIA directors, former CIA agents such as Robert Baer, and historians. Inspired by Eric Laurent’s books about George W. Bush, he released The World According to Bush (2004) which quickly became famous in France through television and theatres.

Refusing to stick to a single genre, he is also the author of what some insist is a mockumentary Dark Side of the Moon (2002). In The Empire State Building Murders (2008) he combines clips from film noir and recent interviews with actors to tell a narrative story. He likes to recall François Truffaut‘s words, “A documentary is one thousand times more of a lie than a fiction, where things are clear from the beginning”.



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