Palm Springs, California: March 15, 2012
“Overlooked Suspect – What If O.J. Simpson Didn’t Do It?” has been selected for screening at the inaugural American Documentary Film Festival (“ADFF”)
This compelling documentary raises important and critical questions and highlights an incredible investigation by one of America’s leading and acclaimed private investigators-William C. Dear, along with a team of internationally recognized experts in their respective fields. Each of these global experts in their fields has come to the same, independent conclusion.
The documentary includes references to high-level communication between the LAPD and agencies responsible for the original trial, among others, and the lead investigator William Dear, which makes the viewer wonder…Why the Overlooked Suspect was not more vigorously pursued? Was there a cover up?
The film’s Director, David Nerman states: “We have 16 distilled years and over 5,000 hours of intense research and investigation into a one-hour, thought-provoking, viewer-friendly documentary that will empower the public to decide what they feel, in conclusion, about the case and whether there was a rush to judgment”. He adds: “In the end, you be the Judge”.
The American Documentary Film Festival aims to be the largest documentary festival and market on the West Coast of the United States, whose main objective is to promote a world vision of film as seen through the eyes of the filmmaker in order to educate and entertain the filmgoer. In addition to the International Film Festival, we are proud to share the American Documentary Film Fund with independent American filmmakers, who will participate and compete for financing of new projects as well as works in progress. “Making a difference, one film at a time”. March 29 – April 5, 2012
Film Screening Details:
10:00 AM March 30, 2012, Camelot Theaters, Palm Springs
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