Witness of Another World (2018)

Directed by Alan Stivelman

Juan lives a solitary existence on a remote farm ever since he witnessed a UFO event. Filmmaker Alan Stivelman -together with the help of famous astrophysicist Jacques Vallée- begin an epic journey to help Juan in understanding the deep meaning of his close encounter. This true story shows the long-term consequences of close encounters, proving that no one is exempt from a potential contact.

Les chercheurs d’OVNIs (1996) 

Directed by Bob McKinnon

In the 50th anniversary of the Ufology, this documentary analyze the mystery and the reality of the one of the big enigma of the 20th Century: the UFO. Who are this visitants from the outer space? Are they dangerous, or come in peace? Why not directly appear? With interviews to witness of the UFO’s sighting and military’s documents, this investigation try to prove what it’s true and what is illusion, watching the true behind the military concealment what surround this UFO’s cases and looking beyond of the UFO’s sighting.

UFO Cover-Up Live with Larry King (1994) 

Two-hour Larry King Special, produced by CNN but broadcast on TNT. Larry King brings his talk show to the desert outside Area 51 for a live broadcast. In a combination of live panel interviews and prerecorded inserts, the show explores the evidence for UFOs and the alleged government cover-up of UFO information.

Ésotérisme expérimental (1976) 

Dans cette émission hebdomadaire, Richard Glenn reçoit des spécialistes de divers sujets occultes ayant un lien avec l’ésotérisme (phénomène OVNI, politique mondiale, sociétés secrètes, interprétation de l’origine des religions etc.).

UFOs: It Has Begun (1974) 

Directed by Ray Rivas

Originally titled UFOs: Past, Present, and Future, the film examines several prominent UFO sightings from the post-war to contemporary era and is based on the book UFOs: Past, Present, and Future by Robert Emenegger. The film was re-released under the title UFOs: It has Begun in 1976 for television and 1979 with an additional 30 minutes of content. It is narrated by Rod Serling, Dr. Jacques Vallée, Burgess Meredith, and José Ferrer. The film uses dramatizations, interviews with government officials and scientists, and examines sightings such as the Lubbock lights (1967), Washington D.C. sightings (1952), and Ann Arbor sightings (1966).