As of May 29, 2018, all Official Searches for Malaysia Airlines Flt. #370 have been Terminated
The MALAYSIA 370 movie is dedicated to the heroic actions of the 239 passengers and crew on board Malaysia Airlines #370 which disappeared on March 8, 2014. By telling their story, we can save the lives of millions of prisoners of conscience in China.
In March of 2014, 40-year Hollywood veteran Darlene Lieblich Tipton was a Vice President at Fox Cable Networks in Los Angeles. During this time, Darlene and a few others were at a private meeting to discuss the contents of a Chinese thumb drive. The drive contained detailed information and previously unseen video footage regarding the disappearance of Malaysia Flight #370.
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China doesn’t want the world to know why the plane was hijacked, so the passengers and crew must either be held as prisoners or eliminated as witnesses.
Darlene insisted that the information and footage be released to the public as soon as possible, despite overwhelming pressure to keep the information confidential so as not to jeopardize business relations and film financing options with China. This was unacceptable to Darlene.
At the same time that the plane disappeared, Darlene’s husband, Ken, was in the hospital. While Darlene had been forced to sign a non-disclosure agreement about the Chinese thumb drive, this didn’t apply to Ken. Both Ken and Darlene passionately believed that it was immoral to keep silent for the sake of film financing when human lives were at stake. Since Darlene couldn’t get the word out, they discussed how Ken could do it.
What they decided to do was to upload a YouTube video saying Ken had seen visions and other information while in the hospital in drug-induced “hallucinations” about the missing pane, which was true. They had hoped that the odd nature of the video would get attention, bringing public awareness to the horrific situation that had caused the plane to be hijacked in the first place. The video didn’t get the attention they had hoped, so a new plan was required.
They decided to create a YouTube Channel and upload all the videos from the Chinese thumb drive. A few hours before the planned upload to YouTube and just short of 25 years at Fox, Darlene was fired.
Darlene was harshly escorted off the Fox lot by security who also followed her home to confiscate her home computers. After consulting her personal attorney, Stan Lieber, Darlene did not allow access to her home by Fox security.
When the news got out that Darlene had been fired, Fox said that the reason was because she had sent one personal email through the Fox server. While the policy at Fox does say that using the Fox email server for personal emails MAY be a fireable offense, many at Fox have used their company account to send out personal emails, though few, if any, had even been reprimanded for doing so. Darlene was the first to ever be fired without first receiving a reprimand for sending a personal email through the Fox system.
It is true that Darlene did send a personal email, and it was for a good reason. Darlene had seen a CNN interview that Anderson Cooper had done with the girlfriend of one of the Malaysia Flight #370 passengers. The interview broke Darlene's heart and she wondered if the woman would be compensated by the airline or insurance companies due to the fact the she was NOT married to the passenger. Darlene did contact the woman using her Fox email so she would know that Darlene was not some Internet troll, and that Darlene could be easily verified by Google as an entertainment industry veteran, an award-winning movie producer, and also as a 5-time Jeopardy champion.
Darlene asked in her email that IF the woman wasn't compensated, would she consider allowing Darlene to set up a crowd-fund project for her with the proviso that if the woman did accept those donations, she would not double-dip later and sue the airline or insurance companies. But before Darlene received an answer -- she was fired.
Darlene sued Fox Cable Networks for wrongful termination. Under the Settlement Agreement and General Release with Fox Cable Networks, all that Darlene can say, with a big smile, is that: "My dispute with Fox has been resolved".
Darlene is now producing the independent feature film MALAYSIA 370 through crowd-funding, starting with $500K from her personal 401K.
MALAYSIA 370 also exposes the horrific persecution of Falun Gong practitioners by the Chinese government and how it is inextricably tied to the missing airplane. Falun Gong is a Chinese spiritual practice that combines meditation and slow-moving exercises with a moral philosophy centered on the tenets of truthfulness, compassion, and tolerance.
Falun Gong was once hailed and supported by the Chinese government until it grew to over 100+ million practitioners in China and tens of millions more world-wide. Threatened solely by the sheer number of practitioners, the government outlawed everything to do with Falun Gong.
In China, millions of Falun Gong prisoners of conscience have been arrested and sentenced to forced labor camps, where tens of thousands have endured torturous and barbaric harvesting of their organs while fully awake with no anesthesia. Their organs are then transplanted into waiting patients, typically foreigners, who have paid high fees. This lucrative "On Demand" organ transplant program has been condemned by many around the world. However, little publicity has been generated for fear of jeopardizing economic ties to China.
In October of 2017, an article was released that corroborates the 2014 information on the Chinese thumb drive.
For more information about the organ harvesting from Falun Gong prisoners of conscience, Darlene highly recommends these two award-winning short films:
The MALAYSIA 370 feature film project was restricted by legal agreement from being produced for four years. MALAYSIA 370 is not a documentary and has been pitched to movie development executives in Los Angeles and New York. While they found the story absolutely riveting, they all passed with the same excuse: they didn't want to jeopardize their access to film financing from China because the Chinese government does not want information about their abuse and persecution of Falun Gong practitioners publicized.
This gave Darlene no other option than to raise the funding and produce the movie herself.
Darlene asks for your support by either simply downloading the movie's theme song, which is available is several different languages; streaming her previous award-winning movie; making a donation; or purchasing a Malaysia 370 / Falun Gong Memorial Coin. Go to Crowd-Funding Page
The funds raised will go to the production of the feature film. Proceeds from the movie will go to build a memorial park in Kuala Lumpur to honor the 239 passengers and crew of Malaysia Flight #370. Funds will also be donated to volunteer groups that provide legal services for people unjustly persecuted and arrested in China, as well as helping to breach China's Internet firewall to allow everyone in China access to free and uncensored information. More information is available through the navigation tabs above.
FOR THE RECORD: Neither Darlene nor her husband are Falun Gong practitioners. They have no affiliation with Falun Gong, and they knew nothing about Falun Gong before witnessing the extraordinary information and video footage behind this movie.
As in her last award-winning movie about censorship and the abuse of power, Darlene is monumentally passionate about making movies based on true stories and exposing injustice by education through entertainment.