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One of the most significant UFO events in history— the 1975 UFO abduction of Travis Walton—comes to life in TRAVIS, a new documentary film, about one man's five-day absence after a mysterious beam of light strikes him unconscious, igniting an international firestorm of controversy. Travis Walton's story was fictionalized in Paramount Pictures' 1993 theatrical release of Fire in the Sky. Executive director/producer Jennifer W. Stein insists the true account was begging to be told. This 21-year-old logger from Snowflake, AZ was changed forever when he woke up in a strange ship with three small creatures staring at him.

The new (2016) Directors Cut of TRAVIS will premiere at a one-time only screening at 7:00 PM on Sunday, May 21 at the State Theater of Ithaca in downtown Ithaca, NY. Travis Walton will be on hand to answer audience questions, sign books, posters and DVDs.

Five loggers reunite after 40 years to share how this event changed them as the media and government used deliberate debunking, including lies, extortion and bribery to crush this story and ruin the lives of the crew and their families. TRAVIS combines new and archived interviews with the crew members, police and the polygraph examiner. UFO experts explain why this story continues to astound investigators as they search for reliable evidence of other worlds, other beings, and more advanced technologies. The film has won 27 mainstream film festival awards and an endorsement from Apollo 14 astronaut Edgar Mitchell: "Jennifer did a commendable job of documenting this remarkable account…another reminder of the urgent importance of bringing about full disclosure by all governments of their complete files and physical evidence concerning UFOs and extraterrestrials."