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McKenzie is the first filmmaker to film in color, with sound, or a feature length film.
Forget The Last Broadcast and the now infamous Blair Witch Project, Peter Jackson's opus to a fictitious film maker shows us true genius behind the camera.
They gave you this dream about life that is normally missing in most films, yet these guys were never alive for you to believe in.
I don't want to give anything away here, so let me tell you that Peter Jackson did this little film for PBS in New Zealand. We rented it and loved it so much that we bought it. Read morePublished 20 months ago by ST
When this first aired on New Zealand television it created such a sensation. Such is the mastery of film Director Peter Jackson that this mockumentary temporarily fooled half a... Read morePublished on March 4, 2013 by noel hyde
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Forgotten Silver is a clever mockumentary that got New Zealand into a bit of tizzy, but even at an hour long it feels overlong and it produces many more... Read more
The narration was interesting. Much of the story was padded though with their own made up material. Too bad they couldn't get more information from the man's wife. Read morePublished on June 21, 2009 by Nancy H. Hills
I watched this mockumentary having already heard that it was a hoax. I was curious to see if I would still enjoy it. I did. Read morePublished on January 9, 2007 by A. Gaylard
At first I thought Forgotten Silver was a joke, but I changed my mind when I saw that one of the greatest of contemporary film historians and critics, Leonard Maltin, had... Read morePublished on October 6, 2006 by C. O. DeRiemer
I originally caught the last half hour of "Forgotten Silver" when it aired on IFC 4 years ago. Eager to see the entire film, I scanned the program guide to find the next showing. Read morePublished on February 8, 2006 by Mazkoor Shariff
Exeptionally well done, has the viewer believing every step of the film right up to the end.A thoughly brillant excercise in the art of deception.Published on August 2, 2005 by D. J. Mckee
To fully appreciate this film, you must consider two things. First, this is a MOCumentary. It is not a real story, but instead something created through the imagination of a very... Read morePublished on December 7, 2004 by A. Gyurisin