Mising 411- Movie-Shipping Today!!!!
Missing 411- The movie is now available. The demand has been EXTREMELY high for this full length documentary and we have ordered a limited number for sale.
Here is the primary VOD/Itunes access point:http:// http://radi.al/Missing411
Order the DVD Option here:http://www.nabigfootsearch.com/catalog/item/6180213/10328139.htm
Order the Blu Ray Version here:http://www.nabigfootsearch.com/catalog/item/6180213/10328140.htm
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People who purchased the movie also purchased the Missing 411 movie poster, signed by executive producer David Paulides and co-director Ben Paulides.http://www.nabigfootsearch.com/catalog/item/6180213/10333646.htm
Missing 411- the movie
Length- 95 minutes
Directors: Mike Degrazier, Ben Paulides
Executive Producer: David Paulides
Based on the stories from the Missing 411 series
Just finished the bluray last night, great job all. Especially for your first documentary on a tight budget.
I'm really hoping you all will be able to move forward with a follow up documentary or a series of short documentary episodes that covers the broad scope of weird cases that David raises in his intriguing books and coast to coast appearances.
Really glad to have been a part of this.
I wanted to say I got the movie and watched it. I am a videographer of sorts myself and I must say this was a very well done documentary. I went into this with an open mind and a little anxious after all the wait. My perception of the tone of the movie was respectful to the families, not really having a slant in anyway especially accusatory fashion that many documentary programs take these days. I have all of your books and usually sit with Google maps to try and find the locations that you write about but seeing it in a movie and the distances involved small or large is really quite a nice illustration.
Hello David and Ben,
I want to thank you, David and Ben for bringing the Missing 411 film to fruition. I can only imagine the hoops one has to jump through to get something like this made as you have explained to us "Kickstarter" supporters throughout the process.
I jumped at the chance to support your efforts when you announced the Kickstarter campaign and followed your progress anxiously. My wife surprised me by booking our trip last weekend to Denver to meet you and Ben at the Premiere which I thoroughly enjoyed.
I thought the movie was a fantastic effort in bringing a difficult concept to the screen. I had thought that explaining your cases may be easier to convey in video form as opposed to the books but I no longer believe that. You have to rely on testimony from interviews (some are going to be good communicators, some not so much) and pacing to "tell the story". You have complete control as the narrator in your books and have a system that you can apply to each case. Film is different.
Another factor that I hadn't considered at first was the legal aspects. I imagine you could not just pick the strangest, most thought-provoking cases from your books and bring them to the screen. Families must have some say in your telling of their loved one's stories and may oppose any further attention.
With all of that being said, I think you have captured lightning in a bottle with Les Stroud's involvement. He's a fantastic investigator when he applies his skills to efforts like his Survivorman Bigfoot and his segments in the film had me captivated. You had mentioned some exciting things were coming that may involve him and I'm excited beyond belief for that!Dustin Walker- I was one of the early backers to support the funding of David Paulides film based on the Missing 411 book series, and I can say after watching it that my expectations were exceeded. It’s beautifully filmed, and has a high production value and polish which surprised me, because they did not have the resources or budget that a film of this magnitude would normally warrant. It’s evident that they worked very hard on this, and every dollar that was contributed is up there on the screen. Congratulations to David and Ben Paulides, and director Michael DeGrazier, and all those who participated, for making a film with integrity and heart. It must have been incredibly difficult to decide what cases to feature in the film, but the profiles of the missing children will haunt you. I have a terrfying early memory about being lost in the woods once as a small child, which happened the Uintas in Utah, and I can state from experience how fast it happens and it's like being in a hall of mirrors where you cannot discern what direction you're going in once your off the path. I was lucky enough that I found my way back to family. The film expands the scope of the material in the book series in that it’s able to visually show you the locations where these disappearances took place, and includes re-enactments and interviews with family members and search-and-rescue volunteers, and convincingly demonstrates with the help of Les Stroud the baffling trajectories and difficulty of the terrain some of the victims (small children) were presumed to have taken from the point where they vanished and were last seen, to the point where they were found later. I think the film is a must-have for everyone who has followed the book series, and should be seen by every parent thinking of visiting a National Park (or anywhere outdoors) with their family. I hope this isn’t a stand-alone film but the beginning of a series that can be expanded on in the future.Scott Watts Recd my blu ray copy today , Great Job on the Movie !!!! I could have easily watched a 4hr movie on this ..... even longer . As sad as these stories are they are interesting as hell . Great Job !!!
I have waited and I have wondered and I have wished and today when I got home and looked in my mailbox it's like someone was listening...Thank you David Paulides for your tenacious unwavering effort and determination to bring this unbelievable phenomena to light....Deeply hypnotic, profound and puzzling in its uncomfortable grip
Well worth the wait! As a fan who hasn't read all the books, but have listened to many of Dave's interviews. This approach was broad enough to not take you down the path of paranormal, or conspiracy theory, but sheds light on truly bizarre missing persons cases. It doesn't draw any conclusions for causes, but presents many points of view from all parties involved.
Very well done visually as well. Production value is great, considering how inexpensive (in the grand scheme of film making) this film was to make.
With the staggering amount of cases there are, I definitely think a follow up is warranted. Maybe then, the paranormal aspect can be touched on, but glad that it wasn't overblown.
Solid work 411 team.
Roxy Lopez Missing 411: The Movie Thanks for making the movie! I know how hard it is to put all the parts together into a 1.5 hour informational piece! GOOD JOB!!!!!!!!!!! We look forward to more of your films! YEARS of research! That wasn't easy!
Got my DVD today and just finished watching it. It was profoundingly moving and disturbing. I saw my 3 year old great grandson in every little face in this film and it just stabbed me in the heart. I can only imagine the fear, pain and sense of loss these parents are feeling. Its not something that could ever go away. Thank you for this film. Very well done. I hope it gets seen world wide and I pray that we get answers soon.
Excellent production...for such sad, strange stories.
I just wanted to send you a note and tell you how much I enjoyed the premiere. I thought the movie did such a beautiful job of humanizing the subject and showing the real impact two families who have lost people. I am largely a statistical analytical guy which is why I love your research and the Bigfoot subject in general but it's easy to forget that within all of that data the lives of real people are impacted.
to Dave Paulides & the movie crew,
First thanks for the prompt delivery of the video. I must say that the coverage of the affected families was first rate. You always wish that you could do more when you get into very stressful situations. Having managed a cemetery in the town I lived in for 15 years I have a little first hand experience. In addition you did not overplay the issue of the possible causes of these disappearances, but instead let the families start to bridge that gap.
Anyway excellent work guys. If you decide to make a follow up movie picking more controversial cases should bring home the point that something is going on out there.
Thanks, take care and be safe
Terry D. Baddley
Got my Kickstarter package last weekend for the long anticipated "Missing 411" movie and couldn't wait to watch the DVD. Wow...I was very impressed!!! I had heard that the film would feature the Deorr Kunz case in Idaho...the toddler who disappeared in July 2015...but I didn't expect that this sad tale would be its main focus. Very moving and heart breaking. Author and researcher David Paulides, whose "Missing 411" books were the inspiration for the film, has certainly brought to the viewing public a real gem...a work that everybody who enjoys spending time in the outdoors with their families should see.
Missing 411- the movie
It is a full length documentary shot in several states and national parks.
It was shot entirely in 4K.
The feedback we have received from media people has been outstanding.
We will distribute the movie through this site and will keep you updated here
on dates and new information.
Thank you to our dedicated Kickstarter supporters for making this happen.
Here is the link to the movie trailer:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rjDy2srebK8