“There should be a Pulitzer Prize category specifically created so that filmmakers like Gazecki can be properly recognized.” — Roger Ebert
“Original and objective, Filmaker William Gazecki is one of the finest documentaries of all time.” — Sundance Institute
A FILM BY ACADEMY AWARD NOMINATED DIRECTOR WILLIAM GAZECKI
Best crop circle documentary ever made. If you only see one, make it this one. Covers all the bases leaving no stone unturned: the history, the research, the theories, hands-on formation and sample analysis, decoding and more. All the heavy hitters are here, such as Lucy Pringle and Colin Andrews.
Begins at the beginning with the first simple modern formation discovered in Great Britain, and progresses in linear fashion to the present day, as it explores the ever-more-intricate complexity of the formations, while the field of cereology itself was experiencing it’s own evolution along the way: from simple visual observation and crude measurement of the early crop circle formations, to the current state-of-the-art research, such as spectrum analysis of soil and plant fiber samples and more.
The scientific field of cereology was born the day of that first discovery made in England. Although arguably still in its infancy, cereology has made great strides toward not only achieving a solid scientific understanding of this mysterious phenomenon and its implications, but toward establishing itself as a legitimate field of scientific endeavor in its own right as well.