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How it Works

This is Not a Conspiracy Theory is a feature-length documentary released in episodes. Episode One is free to watch, and if you enjoy it, consider supporting future installments with your membership purchase of $14.99 (or more!). Each series purchase helps support future installments of This is Not a Conspiracy Theory.

So far, Episodes One, Two, and Three have been released. We estimate there will be four or five more episodes.

Episodes are delivered in installments, on a slow and erratic – but loving – schedule. You’re getting the entire series: a feature documentary, released in episodes, which will add up to eighty minutes. You'll get each of the episodes as they're completed. Watch anytime, on any device, forever.

As a member, you also get opportunities to interact with and influence the production as the project unfolds. Occasionally we also come up with unique perks.

So make your purchase now to get access to the episodes as they’re released and watch this highly creative and experimental process evolve in real time.

Photos: James Duncan Davidson

Photos: James Duncan Davidson

About the Filmmaker

This is Not a Conspiracy Theory is the work of filmmaker, writer, speaker Kirby Ferguson, known for his popular online series Everything Is a Remix. Loved by fans for his ability to break down complex cultural, political, scientific, historical and tech subjects into simple ideasThis is Not a Conspiracy Theory features the same ambitious storytelling, extensive research, visual complexity, and hand-crafted rigor that his supporters have come to expect and enjoy. This project is an experiment in paid content delivery and continues his exploration of the episodic storytelling format.

He is a frequent speaker on creativity, technology, and media and has presented at TED, SXSW, The Festival of Dangerous Ideas, Google, Netflix, the GEL Conference, Creative Mornings NYC, Columbia University, NYU, The Cusp Conference, Media Evolution, The Creators Project, Campus Party Mexico City, and more.

Watch his TED Talk here.
 

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