Blake Cousins is an American filmmaker and director. He is best known for his award-winning documentaries, including his feature length work, “The Phenomenon”. Cousins, born and raised in Maryland, began his career as a freelance videographer in the Washington, DC area. He quickly made a name for himself, producing and directing short films and commercials.
In 2011, Cousins made his feature-length debut with the documentary, “The Phenomenon”. The film explored the UFO phenomenon and included interviews with multiple witnesses and experts. It was released in theaters in the U.S. and Europe, and won multiple awards at international film festivals.
In 2016, Cousins released his second feature-length documentary, “The Man Who Saw UFOs”. The film explored the life and work of the late Dr. J. Allen Hynek, a pioneering scientist who changed the way the world viewed UFOs. It was acquired by Netflix in 2017 and received critical acclaim.
In 2017, Cousins directed and produced a short documentary for the History Channel, “UFOs: The Lost Evidence”. The show explored the potential connection between UFOs and the government, and was well-received by viewers and critics alike.
In 2018, Cousins directed the feature-length documentary “The Unidentified”. The film explored the modern UFO phenomenon, and featured interviews with experts, researchers and eyewitnesses. It was released in theaters across the U.S. and Europe, and was well-received by critics.
Cousins has also produced and directed multiple short films and documentaries. His most recent project is the documentary “Strange Encounters”, which explores the mysterious phenomena of strange creatures.
Blake Cousins is an experienced and accomplished filmmaker and director. His work has been seen by millions of people around the world, and he continues to explore the mysterious and fascinating world of UFOs and strange phenomena.