911 Free Fall, November 29, 2019
911 Free Fall with Andy Steele
Guests, Dylan Avery and Richard Gage
Topic: Dylan Avery and Richard Gage Talk New Building 7 Documentary
Host Andy Steele is joined by Loose Change creator Dylan Avery and AE911Truth founder Richard Gage to discuss the organization's upcoming documentary film, which will tell the story of World Trade Center Building 7, the University of Alaska Fairbanks computer modeling study, and the epic failure of our institutions to shine a light on this smoking gun of 9/11.
Dylan Avery is a filmmaker and the creator of the Loose Change films. He is from Oneonta, New York, and currently lives in Los Angeles, California with his pitbull Gordo.
After discovering Paul Thompson's Terror Timeline in mid-2002, Avery began writing the screenplay for a thriller in which a group of friends discovers a government cover-up of the September 11, 2001 attacks. After having been denied admission twice by Purchase College film school and realizing that creating a full-budget feature was not feasible for an 18-year-old director, he decided instead to make a documentary. This gave rise to the Loose Change series.
Since producing the original, Avery has re-cut the film to remove some of the more controversial claims and he now thinks that orchestrating the attacks was beyond the scope of the Bush administration. However, he still believes that the government had enough foreknowledge of the attacks to have been able to prevent them.
In April, 2008, he moved from Oneonta to San Diego, California.
The final film in the series, Loose Change 9/11: An American Coup, became available on September 22, 2009. It is narrated by Daniel Sunjata and produced by Korey Rowe of Oneonta, New York.
In 2010, Avery worked with teacher, musician, and self-proclaimed coffee addict Wes Davis to create Buzzkill, a film about a 21 day project to stop drinking coffee and caffeine products. It is available on YouTube.
That December, he filmed a music video for Bushwalla's song "I'm Alone" on location at the Salton Sea in Southern California.
In April 2011, he moved to Los Angeles to work at a production house in North Hollywood where he did animation assistance for Discovery Channel's "Reign of the Dinosaurs" (later renamed Dinosaur Revolution) and uncredited research work on Werner Herzog's "Into the Abyss"
That September, shortly after the ten year anniversary, he was interviewed by Alec Baldwin for his "Here's the Thing" podcast. It aired on August 13th, 2012.
After a cross country trip and vacation in Costa Rica, he returned to Los Angeles in January 2012, where he has been freelancing and developing several narrative feature film scripts, one of which is nearing completion and awaiting studio opinion.
He plays guitar and bass, and was in a San Diego band called Acoustic Booze.
Richard Gage, AIA, is a San Francisco Bay Area architect and a member of the American Institute of Architects. He has been an architect for over 23 years and has worked on most types of building construction, including numerous fire-proofed, steel-framed buildings. Most recently, he worked on the construction documents for a $400M mixed-use urban project with 1.2 million square feet of retail, a parking structure, and 320,000 square feet of mid-rise office space—altogether with about 1,200 tons of steel framing. Mr. Gage became interested in researching the destruction of the WTC high-rises after hearing on the radio the startling conclusions of reluctant 9/11 researcher David Ray Griffin in 2006, which launched his own unyielding quest for the truth about 9/11. Since founding Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth, Gage has presented Blueprint for Truth all over the world, and he has appeared on radio shows and television spots.
911 Free Fall is the weekly podcast of Architects and Engineers for 911 Truth, the organization leading the charge to open a new investigation into the destruction of the three World Trade Center skyscrapers on 9/11. Each episode, we interview one of the many researchers and activists who are blowing the lid off the crime of the century.