2011 Anniversary showings of Brett Smith's Film "Hypothesis"

I was looking around to see if it was possible to buy the film Hypothesis, a film about Steven Jones, done by Brett Smith, but could not find any place to get it. Instead, it looks like it will be showing at a few places on this upcoming Anniversary again, including the Southern Utah International Documentary Film Festival.

Director/Producer: Brett Smith
Country: USA Time: 46min. Genres: SOC/BIO


Sat. 9/12 1-4 p.m. – Red Cliffs Cinema Theater 2
Thur. 9/15 1-4 p.m. – Red Cliffs Cinema Theater 1
Fri. 9/16 7-10 p.m. – DSC Eccles Main Stage
Fri. 9/16 4-7 p.m. – Red Cliffs Cinema Theater 3


A documentary about Steven E. Jones, a professor of physics at BYU who made a conspiracy theory regarding the September 11 attacks. His theory resulted in everything from hate mail, bribes and threats to end his research.

It will also be showing in San Francisco, CA on the Anniversary for the 9/11: Reclaiming the Truth, Reclaiming Our Future conference:

September 11, 2011 - 1:15pm
The Herbst Theater
401 Van Ness Avenue at McAllister Street
San Francisco, California

Recent news about the film:

1.21.11 - Hypothesis accepted into the Thin Line Film Festival, February 15 - 20 in Denton, Texas. Festival Website: http://2011.thinlinefilmfest.com

1.11.11 - Hypothesis page added to the Internet Movie Database.

12.25.10 - Hypothesis earns Honorable Mention at New York City's Metropolitan FIlm Festival.

The trailer is on YouTube here.

Another update

I just found out recently that Hypothesis was accepted into the Williamsburg International Film Festival in Brooklyn, NY. This festival was voted as one of the top 20 coolest festivals by movie maker magazine.

I'm very excited for this screening. It will be held September 22-25th.
Check out their website here:


Thanks Victronix for posting this! I've been meaning to.

P.S. I sent materials for the DVD to be published so it should be out very soon.

I saw HYPOTHESIS in Denton Texas

and loved it. Brett has crafted a beautiful yet powerfully intriguing factual 50 minute documentary.

What are you doing next Brett?

Thanks again, Brett,

for your work on this. I know it was a great deal of time and effort.

Your video shots of our work in the BYU underground lab (including as I recall, Dr. Jeffrey Farrer and physics student Daniel Farnsworth) are no longer allowed, I understand, so I'm glad you were able to document the work there.

Best wishes to you,
Steven Jones