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Patrea Patrick is a producer, researcher, director, writer and editor, with a passion for exposing truth and shedding light.
As a filmmaker and writer, Ms. Patrick has produced and directed documentaries on subjects that impact us as well as authoring a series of historical novels. She has been a vocal advocate for a sustainable economy, accountability of Wall Street, big banks, big Agriculture, GMOs, Big Pharma, and now the vulnerability of our U.S. Electric Grid. Her documentaries and books are of high acclaim.
With a degree in Communications and Media, Ms. Patrick takes on issues and uses filmmaking to spearhead topics relevant to our times. Her informative research has given us films like Offline: Black Start and American Empire: An Act of Collective Madness.
American Empire has received critical acclaim from the Huffington Post, LA Times, as well as praise from Oliver Stone for the film’s informative and important subject matter. The film premiered in the Special Selection, at the Abu Dhabi Film Festival and received a Gold Remy Award from the Worldfest; International Film Festival in Houston Texas, and a Torchlight Award for Excellence.
A tour de force, Ms. Patrick’s documentary Offline looks at the US Power grid, which is at risk of a total and final blackout.
Ms. Patrick’s book, Ten Days At Jekyll Island, is a look inside the secret meeting that brought forth the Federal Reserve bank. And Titanic: A Perfect Crime is an exciting novel based on documentary filmmaker Jade Jones’ last trip to Titanic and discovering that the official story of ship’s demise may not be true.
In her new documentary, Black Start, insiders come forward to explain how terrorism-cyber-warfare and physical attacks can take down our Electric Grid.
Patrea Patrick is the CEO of Heartfelt films, a company dedicated to subjects and films of importance; our perceptions of history; and our society and new facts that come to light.