A "mockumentary" of the alien invasion during Independence Day. Barry Nolan hosts the programme, the first 9 minutes of which are a spoof news report of the events of the film. The middle bit is a discussion of the film by cast and crew, and at the end various scientists and politicians discuss what would happen if real aliens arrive on Earth.
Himself, also World News Network's news anchor Barry Nolan in dramatization
Herself, also White House Press Secretary Constance Spano in dramatization
Himself, also U.S. Space Command General Grey in dramatization
Harry Connick Jr.
Vivica A. Fox
Herself (as Vivica Fox)
Himself (archive footage)
Robert D. McKenzie
Himself, retired Captain, United States Navy
Himself, author of book 'Communion'
Himself, co-founder, Institute for the Study of Contact with Non-Human Intelligence
John F. Schuessler
Himself, aerospace engineer
Himself, chairman, Fund for UFO Research
James W. Canan
Himself, writer retired from military intelligence
Himself, director of research, UFO Magazine
Himself, professor, Ph.D., author of book 'The UFO-NAUTS: New Facts on Extraterrestrial Landings'
Himself, physicist, Strategic Defense Initiative
Himself, former KGB general
Robert M. Wood
Himself, Ph.D., Mutual UFO Network
World News Network's White House correspondent Bret Lewis
WNN reporter Monica Soloway, Andrews Air Force Base
World News Network's New York City correspondent Ernie Anastos
World News Network's Pentagon correspondent Jerry Dunphy
Lincoln D. Hiatt
WNN reporter Colin Barclay in Hyattsville, Maryland (as Lincoln Hiatt)
Wendy L. Walsh
WNN reporter Wendy Walsh, Los Angeles (as Wendy Walsh)