Amardeep Kaleka is the director of the upcoming documentary film entitled “Sirius” that deals with new energy surpression and the anomalies that might prove ETs not only exist, but that they travel to Earth.
The documentary Sirius raised over $500,000, the largest crowd funded documentary in history. The support from this community of donors made possible the investigation of a potential Extraterrestrial Biological Entity called the Atacama Humanoid, found in the Chilean desert. DNA samples were isolated by a researcher at a prestigious American university and sent off to three separate centers for interpretation. The full details of the team behind the investigation will be revealed in the film, but the Sirius team has already come forward with some of the initial findings - for instance, this 6 inch long being is definitely male and was 6-8 years old when it died.
While production on the film was still underway, on August 5 2012, Amardeep’s father Satwant Singh Kaleka was killed by a white extremist in a mass shooting at the Sikh Temple of Wisconsin. Satwant was a true example of the American Dream - arriving in America with no more than $20 in his pocket, then building a successful business, starting a family and using the money he had earned to build a Sikh temple for his growing community. It quickly became one of the largest temples in the Midwest.
On August 5, when a Neo Nazi white extremist came in during Sunday morning worship and began firing at the congregation with a semi-automatic pistol, Amardeep’s father confronted him in an attempt to wrestle the gun from his hands. He successfully slowed the shooter down, preventing him from reaching those who were hiding in another room. But as a result of this heroic act, Amardeep’s father was shot five times. He died as a result of his injuries, along with five other members of the congregation.
As Amardeep and his community turned towards advocating for peace and interfaith service as a means of recovering from the tragedy, Amardeep continued his work on Sirius as a way to focus on spreading a message of hope to the world. The passionate community of Sirius supporters helped drive him and his team forward, sending their thoughts and words of support and keeping spirits up for Amardeep and his team. The power of crowd funding is this: thousands of people coming together to bring forth a project that would otherwise not be made. ‘Sirius’ truly is a film for the people, by the people.
Stay tuned for the online worldwide release of Sirius on Monday April 22, 2013. We will be hosting it here and you will soon be able to pre-order the movie. Use the sign up below to remain connected to all things Sirius.