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Robert Orlando is a filmmaker, creative director and author. As a filmmaker, he has made numerous award-winning works beginning with his mind-melting Moment In Time. As a creative director, he founded Nexus Media, a cutting-edge agency offering Fortune 100 companies innovative messaging. As an author, he offers insight into ancient and modern history in books and films. His latest documentaries are Silence Patton, First Victim of the Cold War, and The Divine Plan: Reagan, John Paul II and the Dramatic End of the Cold War, which was #1 at the box office. His books include Amazon Bestseller, The Tradgedy of Patton, Apostle Paul: A Polite Bribe and as co-author with Paul Kengor, The Divine Plan. He’s written numerous screenplays as well as articles on a wide range of topics for HuffPost, Patheos, Newsmax, and Daily Caller. Orlando has been a guest on TV shows such as those of Eric Metaxas and Mike Huckabee and on CBN, and makes select appearances at colleges and universities. His films have been shown around the world, and have included screenings at the White House and the Vatican. His latest works for the screen are Daughter of Mercy, a docudrama series, and a groundbreaking grapho-film, Trump's Rosebud coming January 6th, 2023. Director's Cut coming in 2022. His studio is in downtown Princeton N.J., where he also resides. Stay tuned!
THE DIVINE PLAN
FAITH IS FREEDOM
A president and a pope: an unlikely pair who combine deep faith with political acumen and a shared revulsion for the evil of Soviet Communism.
How does a plot that involves the assassination attempts of President Reagan and Pope John Paul II, KGB scheming, and CIA intrigue become the final act to topple the Soviet Empire?
THE FIRST VICTIM OF THE COLD WAR
Silence Patton asks the question: Why was General Patton silenced during his service in World War II? Prevented from receiving needed supplies that would have ended the war nine months earlier, freed the death camps, and prevented Russian invasion of the Eastern Bloc, and Stalin's murderous rampage. Why was he fired as General of the Third Army and relegated to a governorship of post-war Bavaria? Who were his enemies? Was he a threat to Eisenhower, Montgomery, Churchill, and Bradley? And is it possible as some say that the General's freakish collision with an Army truck, on the day before his departure for US, was not really an accident? Or was Patton not only dismissed by his peers, but the victim of an assassin's bullet at their behest? Was his personal silence necessary?