The Baby and the Bathwater

The Baby and the Bathwater is a 24-minute film about Velikovsky, by award-winning filmmaker, Katherine Fitzgerald.[1]Katherine Fitzgerald“, Women in the Director’s Chair, at www.widc.ca, retrieved 3 Aug 2017

At the Thunderbolts EU2014 Conference, various senior scientists and researchers participated in a film project to share their recollections of Immanuel Velikovsky. This included Bill Mullen, Dwardu Cardona, Warner Sizemore, C.J. Ransom, Bruce Mainwaring, Dave Talbott, and Wal Thornhill. Directed by Katherine Fitzgerald, and initially intended as an archival record for posterity, the scope of the project broadened and ultimately became the focus of Katherine’s MA thesis at the University of Staffordshire. In the words of those who knew Velikovsky personally, The Baby & the Bathwater sheds a fascinating light on one of the most controversial scientific figures of the 20th century and is a work in progress, pending further funding. The film debuted in the EU2016 Breakout Room to a standing-room-only crowd. At EU2017, Katherine will present the film in the Main Hall prior to the Velikovsky Day Recollections evening panel.[2]The Baby & the Bathwater: An Original Film by Katherine Fitzgerald“, EU2017 — special events, at thunderbolts.info, retrieved 3 Aug 2017

Katherine Fitzgerald

Katherine Fitzgerald is an award-winning short filmmaker and Gemini and DGC award winning sound editor. Her short film Bread & Kisses (2010) screened at over 20 international film festivals, including the Cannes Film Festival in 2011 as part of the National Film Board of Canada’s program Coups de Coeur – Crazy Canucks. In 2014, Katherine wasan Electric Universe Conference Scholar and has attended every conference since. Having an interest in bringing the EU paradigm to a wider audience, she produced and directed a short documentary about Immanuel Velikovsky, The Baby & the Bathwater (2015). Katherine is currently working on a short, spoken word/performance film, Paradigm Shift, with fellow Canadian, EU conference attendee, and Breakout Room presenter, Ghada Chehade. Production is planned for 2018.[3]Ibid. eu 2017

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1. Katherine Fitzgerald“, Women in the Director’s Chair, at www.widc.ca, retrieved 3 Aug 2017
2. The Baby & the Bathwater: An Original Film by Katherine Fitzgerald“, EU2017 — special events, at thunderbolts.info, retrieved 3 Aug 2017
3. Ibid. eu 2017