On Her Majesty’s ClandesTime Service – Interview with Tom Secker – Ep 30
Tom Secker visits the podcast for an in-depth discussion on examining films manipulated by the CIA or the DOD, filing Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests with the US government, various military films to include A Few Good Men, War Machine, and Zero Dark Thirty, and lastly, we discuss Tom’s book “National Security Cinema”
Tom Secker is a British-based writer, researcher, author, podcaster and filmmaker. His specialities include the security services, Hollywood, propaganda, censorship and the history of terrorism. He runs the Spy Culture site and hosts the ClandesTime podcast, and his latest book is National Security Cinema: The Shocking New Evidence of Government Control in Hollywood.
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