Kaos Connect, Screenvision to Release JFK Assassination Documentary

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Wed, 05/10/2017 - 11:57 -- Nick Dager

Barry Katz Entertainment in association with Kaos Connect and Screenvision Media are releasing a one night only, special documentary event, focused on the world’s greatest unsolved murder case entitled I Killed JFK. The film features two interviews with the only living person to have ever confessed to killing President John F. Kennedy from the now infamous grassy knoll in Dallas, Texas.

This film features never before seen recently found footage, and in-depth testimony of 20 different respected experts and historians for two screenings on Wednesday, May 31st in select theaters across the country.

Coinciding with John F. Kennedy’s 100th birthday, this documentary that has been four years in the making will present an alarming compilation of indisputable evidence previously unavailable to the worldwide public.  I Killed JFK will also feature a multitude of interviews with eyewitnesses, crime experts, law enforcement officials, national security experts and FBI agents who will discuss the viability of the confession of the alleged killer. 

“Until now, no living person has ever confessed to the murder of JFK. Most people still believe that Lee Harvey Oswald was the killer,” said producer Barry Katz.  “After the public sees this monumental theatrical release, I am confident that the greatest mystery of my generation will finally be revealed.”

Additionally, as an added bonus immediately following the documentary, this special evening continues with an exclusive panel discussion, filmed this month, with some of the most respected JFK assassination experts in the world, including Judyth Vary Baker (Oswald’s lover and author of the bestselling book Me and Lee), Gordon Ferrie (U.S. government, intelligence and national security expert), Barr McClellan (author of the bestselling book Blood, Money, and Power), Zack Shelton (retired FBI Special Agent), and Jim Marrs (1963 Dallas journalist and author of the New York Times bestseller Crossfire: The Plot That Killed Kennedy, which was a basis for Oliver Stone’s film JFK).

Dan Diamond and Shelly Maxwell of Kaos Connect said, “We have been riveted by this documentary since the moment we first saw it and are thrilled that our alliance with Screenvision Media gives us the opportunity to present this startling confession and analysis in select theaters nationwide, giving audiences the chance to judge all the evidence for themselves.

Kaos Connect http://www.kaosconnect.com

Screenvision Media http://screenvisionmedia.com/