As the 50th anniversary of Apollo 11 approaches, the nagging question remains: Did it really happen? Were the images seen by hundreds of millions on live television actually from the moon or from a NASA simulator? Italian film-maker, Massimo Mazzucco, in one of the most comprehensive films yet about the moon landings, explores all sides of the controversy. His 2017 film, American Moon looks at the best evidence both for and against the moon landings. Plus the film analyzes for the first time ever the Apollo pictures in detail with commentary from some of the top photographers in the world. You decide. Was the Apollo Project "the biggest achievement in the history of mankind, or the biggest fakery of all times?"
Host John Shuck speaks live with Massimo Mazzucco about his film and takes your calls.
In addition to American Moon, Massimo Mazzucco has produced the following films (from Wikipedia):
- The New American Century: a view of America's historical, philosophical, economical and political background.
- The Other Dallas - 2008: A documentary on the RFK assassination, also broadcast by Italian TV, that claims the man convicted for the crime -- one Sirhan Bishara Sirhan -- could not have physically killed the US senator.
- The Lords of the World - 2009: The UFO history and the military persistent interference, both American and Russian, in what seems to be a much larger issue than one would normally believe.
- Cancer: The Forbidden Cures - 2010: All the successful cures against cancer discovered in the last 100 years, and claims that they were suppressed.
- The True History of Marijuana - 2011: The True History of Marijuana' digs deep to expose a world-wide conspiracy, led by the petrochemical industry, that has outlawed one of the most useful plants known to mankind.
- September 11 - The New Pearl Harbor - 2013: A 5-hour documentary that claims to rebut of the commonly accepted account of 911 and shows the resulting analysis by The National Institute of Standards and Technology, (NIST), to be deeply and fundamentally flawed.