LOOSE CHANGE, the documentary that set out to uncover the truth behind the 9/11 terror attack has been remastered, recut and updated. Filmmakers Dylan Avery and Korey Rowe reflect back on the years following the film’s original release, the new distribution deal with Journeyman Pictures and the continued relevance today in this uncensored Antidote interview hosted by Michael Parker.
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LOOSE CHANGE sets out to prove the official story of 9/11 – ‘that the impact of two planes flying into two World Trade Center towers and the resulting fires caused three World Trade Center steel framed buildings to collapse’ is false. Using witness testimony, expert analysis, news footage, and corroborating evidence this film is the most explosive and important film of the decade. Starring George W Bush, Condoleeza Rice, DIck Cheney, Philip Zelikow, Dan Rather, the late Peter Jennings, contributors from Fox News, ABC, CBS, NBC, CNN, firefighters, first responders and 9/11 victims, the film exposes the inconsistencies and lies put forward by the Bush administration in the hours, days and weeks after 9/11, and their role in hoaxing the American people that 19 islamic terrorists were the sole perpetrators of 9/11, the crime of the century.
Dylan Avery is from Upstate New York. He participated in the first run of Project Greenlight.
At the age of 18, he started writing a feature film script that would slowly morph and evolve into the documentary Loose Change, an internet-based series of movies that was referred to by Vanity Fair as “the first Internet blockbuster.”His most recent film is BLACK AND BLUE, examining police brutality.
Korey Rowe is a producer and editor, known for the Loose Change film series released between 2005 and 2009. Rowe was born in Oneonta, New York and currently lives in Long Beach, CA.