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King Kill 63
USA, 2015, 100 min., Color & B/W

So just how did a single bullet cause seven different wounds in two separate men on Nov 22, 1963? According to Ryan Page’s provocative documentary – it didn’t, because that’s simply impossible.

Was JFK the victim of a random murder or an elaborate conspiracy to remove him from office? Was Lee Harvey Oswald truly acting alone or merely a pawn in secret government experiments? A diverse panel of eyewitnesses and ‘assassination experts’ (including Oliver Stone) scrutinize fifty years worth of research, as well as new evidence of altered information, as they take the viewer through a meticulous examination of the events leading up to the death of President Kennedy.

World-premiering within immeasurable historic context at The Texas Theatre, KING KILL 63 aims to be the final word in debunking the “Lone Gunman Theory”.

— Bridgette Poe
Screenings
Executive Producer
Per Huffeldt
Director
Ryan Page
Screenwriter
Joseph Green, James Page, Ryan Page
Producer
William Becker, Kimberly Estrada, Ryan Page
Cinematographer
Michael Dwyer
Editor
Ulysses Bertch
Featuring
Oliver Stone, Robert Groden, Richard Belzer, Dr. Cyril Wecht, Dick Gregory, Gov. Jesse Ventura, Dick Russell, Joseph McBride, Carrie Christoffersen, Vincent Palamara, Jim Leavelle, James DiEugenio

Director Bio
Ryan Page wrote and produced his first film, WHAT IS IT?, at the age of 19. The film premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in 2005. Page then moved into the world of documentary filmmaking, serving as producer on director Hans Fjellestad's MOOG, which Page also co-wrote, followed by musical documentaries THE HEART IS A DRUM MACHINE, and BLOOD INTO WINE. Page made his narrative feature film debut as writer and co-director (with Christopher Pomerenke) on QUEENS OF COUNTRY (2012), which recently sold to Tribeca Films for a theatrical release.