Extraterrestrial Disclosure
Steve Lantz - The Long Cover-up of ET Presence

Extraterrestrial Disclosure - Steve Lantz, co-Producer of The Phoenix Lights Documentary, brings up valid points about the long cover-up of ET presence, how important it is to keep an open mind and the benefits of joining our vast cosmic community. Apollo 14 Astronaut, Edgar Mitchell, Ph.D. explains how the U.S. government cover-up of UFOs began during the Truman era.

Steve Lantz: '
My personal and professional experience in the arts covers a broad spectrum, including video and film production, commercial photography, architectural design, graphic design, website design, writing and music scoring.

I have been a filmmaker/videographer since my senior year in high school. I have shot literally thousands of hours of footage in a wide variety of locations and formats. My thorough understanding of every aspect of filmmaking comes from direct experience, as I have worn just about every hat you could wear on a production.

I especially enjoy working behind the camera as Director of Photography and I am very knowledgeable about most camera systems in use today, including Panavision, Arriflex, Sony and Panasonic SD/HD camera systems. I also have a background in aerial camera systems and I'm a skilled Steadicam operator. I enjoy playing with camera gadgets and I keep up-to-date on all of the latest technology developments.

My latest film, The Phoenix Lights Documentary, has won several international awards and nominations, including Best Director and Best Documentary and has been exhibited at numerous theaters, conferences and film festivals across the United States and several countries.'

The Phoenix Lights (sometimes referred to as the "lights over Phoenix") were a series of widely sighted optical phenomena (generally unidentified flying objects) that occurred in the skies over the U.S. states of Arizona and Nevada, and the Mexican state of Sonora on March 13th, 1997. A repeat of the lights occurred February 6th, 2007, and was filmed by the local Fox News TV station.