Bill Kimberlin

Bill Kimberlin


Bill Kimberlin, author of "Inside The Star Wars Empire," studied film at San Francisco State University and The American Film Institute. After graduation, he worked in post-production for a San Francisco film company as a sound technician and later as a film editor. As an independent filmmaker Bill produced his first documentary, Jeffries-Johnson 1910, on Jack Johnson, the first black heavyweight champion of the world, with the help of Francis Ford Coppola.

Currently writing books and screen plays, Bill divides his time between Berkeley and Anderson Valley in Mendocino County, California. He also runs a small film distribution company. "Inside The Star Wars Empire" is a personal memoir about Bill's career in film, including his twenty years at LucasFilm’s Industrial Light & Magic.



Past Shows:

  • Sci-Fi Special Effects / UFOs in the Bible

    Bill Kimberlin discussed his time at Industrial Light & Magic, making Star Wars films, and George Lucas' Skywalker Ranch. Followed by systems analyst Ken Goudsward who delved into UFO encounters in the Bible.More »

Last Night

Paranormal Experiences / Contact with Sky People
Paranormal Experiences / Contact with Sky People
Author and publicist Dan Harary shared a variety of his paranormal experiences. Followed by pendulum dowser Dan Baldwin and ufologist George Sewell on their research into Sky People and UFO abduction.


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