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Spectres of the Spectrum

CRAIG BALDWIN
USA, 1999
94 minutes, Color and Black & White
Official website

In Person: Director Craig Baldwin

In the post-apocalyptic future of 2007, a scientist discovers an electromagnetic wormhole that enables his telepathic daughter to travel through the history of television. Exploring the airwaves, she discovers a far-reaching government cover-up disseminated through mass media. This feature-length 16-mm film was shot using old kinescopes (filmed records of early TV broadcasts), mostly from the late 1950s show called "Science in Action," to create an eerie, haunted media-archaeology zone where live-action actors search for a hidden electromagnetic secret to save the planet from a futuristic war machine inspired by the High-Frequency Active Auroral Research Program (HAARP). The technology is a very real phenomenon. Developed as a data-gathering tool to explore the Aurora Borealis, HAARP doubles as one of the most sophisticated components of the Star Wars weapons arsenal. It is a particle beam device that can accurately target specific sites in the ionosphere.—Various sources

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Spectres of the Spectrum

CRAIG BALDWIN
USA, 1999
94 minutes, Color and Black & White
Official website

In Person: Director Craig Baldwin

In the post-apocalyptic future of 2007, a scientist discovers an electromagnetic wormhole that enables his telepathic daughter to travel through the history of television. Exploring the airwaves, she discovers a far-reaching government cover-up disseminated through mass media. This feature-length 16-mm film was shot using old kinescopes (filmed records of early TV broadcasts), mostly from the late 1950s show called "Science in Action," to create an eerie, haunted media-archaeology zone where live-action actors search for a hidden electromagnetic secret to save the planet from a futuristic war machine inspired by the High-Frequency Active Auroral Research Program (HAARP). The technology is a very real phenomenon. Developed as a data-gathering tool to explore the Aurora Borealis, HAARP doubles as one of the most sophisticated components of the Star Wars weapons arsenal. It is a particle beam device that can accurately target specific sites in the ionosphere.—Various sources

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