FROM AFTERLIFE, A WALK WITH DR. RAYMOND MOODY
INNOVATIVE FILMS THAT MATTER
New York Times bestselling author Paul Perry started his own production company in 2005 with the goal of making innovative films that matter. His first several films have been in the spiritual realm and have led to unique presentations of such subjects as near-death experiences (Afterlife), visions and miracles (Visions and Miracles Out of Egypt), and the years Jesus spent in Egypt (Jesus, the Lost Years). He just completed a documentary film (Dali’s Greatest Secret) about The Vision of Hell, a secret painting done by Spanish surrealist Salvador Dali of one of the visions seen at Fatima, Portugal in 1917. This painting changed Dali’s life yet it remained hidden under a nun’s bed in New Jersey for nearly 30 years. Dali’s Greatest Secret has had special showings at the Vatican, Rome, Spain and San Marino and held its first public showing in the United States in Sedona, Arizona on November 17.
In addition to his documentary film work, Perry is the co-author of four New York Times bestsellers, including Evidence of the Afterlife, Closer to the Light, Transformed by the Light, Saved by the Light, (which was made into a popular movie by Fox-TV), and Evidence of the Afterlife. Perry is a graduate of Arizona State University and a former fellow at the prestigious Gannett Center for Media Studies at Columbia University in New York City. He taught magazine writing at the University of Oregon in Eugene, Oregon, and was Executive Editor at American Health magazine, a winner of the National Magazine Awards for General Excellence. Since becoming a full-time writer, Paul has written or co-written more than 20 books on a variety of subjects, from the paranormal to piracy.
Paul was recently Knighted in Portugal by the Duke of Braganza for his film and book work, making him a Chevalier in the Order of Saint Michael of the Wing, the oldest order of knighthood on the Iberian Peninsula.
“The painting Dali was commissioned to do was just a work for hire … but it turned into much more than that for Dali. By studying the Message of Fatima and description of the Apparitions and Visions and spending time with world renown Fatima Scholars, and meeting Sister Lucia — the only living Seer — Dali converted back to Catholicism, the religion of his childhood.”