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REMINDER : A full screening of the locally-produced film “The Maury Island Incident” to benefitthe Greater KentHistorical Society will be next Wednesday night, June 10at Kent-MeridianHigh School.

Filmmakers will also do a special presentation, called “ J. Edgar Hoover and the Maury Island Incident ,” along with an audience QA.

J. Edgar Hoover and the Maury Island Incident

The event will take place in the East Wing Auditorium at Kent-Meridian High School, located at 10020 SW 256th Street in Kent ().

The “Best Scifi Short” award from the International UFO Congress isa Grey alien holding a movie camera.

“The Maury Island Incident” is a 30-minute film that tells the forgotten, tragic story – taken directly from declassified FBI documents – of Harold Dahl’s June 21, 1947 UFO sighting near Maury Island, and the first reported ‘Man In Black’ encounter that happened to him the very next day.

The movie– which was shot in Tukwila, Des Moines, Burien, and off the shores of Maury Island during the summer of 2013 – had its world premiere at the Big Island Film Festival, and its North American premiere at the Seattle International Film Festival.

It has also screened at the Port Townsend, Burbank, Local Sightings, International Family, Tacoma and Gig Harbor Film Festivals, where it won an Audience Choice Award for “Best Narrative Short.”

Most recently, it won “Best SciFi Short” at the International UFO Congress in Arizona (photo of the cool award on theleft).

It was also awarded the competitive Washington FilmWorks Innovation Lab funding during production, and special episodes premiered as IndieFlix’ “first original series” in August, 2014.

Directed/Produced by Scott Schaefer from a script by Writer/Producer Steve Edmiston , it features Seattle-area actors Tony Doupé, Allen Fitzpatrick, John Patrick Lowrie , David S. Hogan and many others. It was Executive Produced by John White , and Produced by Scott and Laura Beth Peterson and Danny House .

Scott Schaefer Steve Edmiston Tony Doupé, Allen Fitzpatrick, John Patrick Lowrie David S. Hogan John White Scott and Laura Beth Peterson Danny House

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