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Phelim McAleer was born on 4 April, 1967 in Beragh, United Kingdom, is a Filmmakers, journalists. Discover Phelim McAleer’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 53 years old?
|Age||53 years old|
|Born||4 April 1967|
|Birthplace||Beragh, United Kingdom|
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Who Is Phelim McAleer’s Wife?
His wife is Ann McElhinney
Phelim McAleer Net Worth
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|Net Worth in 2020||$1 Million – $5 Million|
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Timeline of Phelim McAleer
In January 2017, Regnery Publishing released McElhinney and McAleer’s book about abortion doctor Kermit Gosnell, Gosnell: The Untold Story of America’s Most Prolific Serial Killer. The book debuted at No. 3 on Amazon’s best seller list and No. 13 on the New York Times’s “Combined Print & E-Book Best Sellers.” Regnery Publishing said that the New York Times “ignored real sales numbers”.
McElhinney and McAleer are developing a true crime drama film about abortion doctor Kermit Gosnell, who was convicted on three of the murder charges, 21 felony counts of illegal late-term abortion, and 211 counts of violating the 24-hour informed consent law, May 2013. The murder charges related to a patient who died while under his care and seven newborns said to have been killed after being born alive during attempted abortions. The current film project is called the Gosnell Movie, and it has raised more than $2.3 million on Indiegogo as of 26 June 2015. On Friday, 9 May 2014, the filmmakers, McElhinney and McAleer, announced that they had hit their funding goal for the movie and that the movie will be made. The Gosnell movie project has raised more money than any other movie project in Indiegogo history. During the fundraising period the project received endorsements from Hollywood actors such as Kevin Sorbo. Crowdfund Insider has called the Gosnell movie project the “Most Successfully Funded Campaign on Indiegogo”. The campaign received contributions from 28,181 donors. Andrew Klavan has been hired to be the screenwriter for the movie. Nick Searcy will direct and John Sullivan is the executive producer.
McElhinney and McAleer directed and co-produced “The Search for Tristan’s Mum,” which highlights the case of a toddler Tristan Dowse who was adopted by an Irish couple at birth—and then abandoned in an Indonesian orphanage two years later. It broadcast on RTÉ 1, the Irish state television station, in 2005. Tristan Dowse was an Indonesian boy adopted by an Irish man, Joe Dowse, and his Azerbaijani wife, Lala. After two years, Tristan was abandoned at the Indonesian orphanage from where he had been originally adopted, when, according to the Dowses, the adoption “hadn’t worked out.” At that stage, his adoption had been recognised by the Irish Adoption Board and he had been granted Irish citizenship. He could only speak English. In 2005, McAleer and McElhinney reunited the young boy with his natural mother, Suryani. In 2006, an Irish court ordered the Dowses to pay an immediate lump sum of €20,000 to Tristan, maintenance of €350 per month until he is 18 years of age, and a further lump sum of €25,000 when he reaches the age of 18. In addition, Tristan would remain an Irish citizen and enjoy all the rights to the Dowses’ estate. Tristan’s adoption was struck off the Register of Foreign Adoptions held by the Irish Adoption Board and Suryani was appointed his sole legal guardian.
McElhinney and McAleer are popular speakers at conservative conferences. McElhinney spoke at Right Online in Las Vegas, hosted by Americans for Prosperity, where she spoke out in reaction to Van Jones—who had made an appearance at Netroots Nation. She spoke at the 2009, 2010, 2012, and 2017 Conservative Political Action Conferences. She has also been a featured speaker at the Civitas Institute’s Conservative Leadership Conference. McElhinney and McAleer were featured speakers on the Media Research Center’s 2016 Caribbean Cruise and at the 2016 Heritage Foundation Resource Bank. In 2009, a U.S. poll identified McElhinney and McAleer as the most popular conservative speakers after broadcaster Rush Limbaugh and columnist Ann Coulter.
FrackNation is a feature documentary that claims to address misinformation about the process of hydraulic fracturing, commonly called fracking. It premiered in 2013 on Mark Cuban’s AXS TV and was distributed by Magnolia Pictures in 2014. FrackNation was inspired by a confrontation between Josh Fox, the director of the 2010 documentary Gasland, and McAleer. While Fox was promoting his film project McAleer confronted him about the historical records of people being able to ignite natural gas in water at “Burning Springs” long before fracking started. McAleer told the Los Angeles Times that Fox did not include that information in his film because he did not think it was relevant towards the current drilling impacts of certain areas.
In 2013, a sequel to Gasland titled Gasland Part II premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York City on 21 April 2013. A group of farmers, who were featured in FrackNation, along with McAleer and McElhinney, were not admitted into the premiere and claimed that it was because they asked difficult questions; organizers said that after guests who had purchased advance tickets and waited in line had been admitted, the screening was full.
In 2010, the directors cooperated with the Independent Women’s Forum to create a program, Balanced Education for Everyone (B.E.E.) that seeks to place Not Evil Just Wrong in schools.
In October 2010, film director James Cameron donated $1 million to oppose California’s Prop 23, which would have overturned AB 32—California’s climate change legislation. In response to this donation, McElhinney and McAleer made a short film; it alleged that passage of AB 32 would increase Californians’ energy costs, and suggested that Cameron, who’d been quoted as saying, “we are going to have to live with less,” lives a more energy-extravagant life than most Americans. The Independent said that this attack advertisement was “tapping a rich rhetorical vein”, but ignores Cameron’s distributor, 20th Century Fox, which buys carbon offsets.
Not Evil Just Wrong is a film McElhinney and McAleer directed and produced to challenge Al Gore’s An Inconvenient Truth. It suggests that the evidence for human-caused global warming is inconclusive, and that the impact of suggested legislation for mitigating climate change would be much more harmful to humans than beneficial. The movie was filmed in 2008, and was screened at the International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam and at the Right Online conference in 2009.
This film was selected to be part of Input 2006, a showcase for programs representing national public broadcasters from around the world, and was duly screened for industry professionals at the film festival that year in Taiwan in May.
McAleer, who is from Beragh, Co. Tyrone, Northern Ireland and who is a former student of the National Council for the Training of Journalists course at the Belfast Institute of Further and Higher Education, began his journalism career by accepting a position at the Crossmaglen Examiner a local Northern Ireland newspaper in Co. Armagh, an area where the IRA operated. McAleer then moved to Northern Ireland’s largest-selling daily, the Irish News, in Belfast. There he covered the Northern Ireland troubles and peace process, before becoming night editor. From 1998 to 2000, he worked for the UK’s Sunday Times in its Dublin office. From 2000 to 2003 he was the Romania/Bulgaria Correspondent for the Financial Times, and he also covered those countries for The Economist. It was this position that ultimately led him to filming documentaries.
Ann McElhinney (born 1964) and Phelim McAleer (born 1967) are Irish documentary filmmakers and New York Times best-selling authors. They have written and produced the political documentaries FrackNation, Not Evil Just Wrong, and Mine Your Own Business, as well as The Search for Tristan’s Mum and Return to Sender. Their latest project, Gosnell: The Trial of America’s Biggest Serial Killer, is a true crime drama film based on the crimes of Kermit Gosnell. Their book, Gosnell: The Untold Story of America’s Most Prolific Serial Killer, was an Amazon and New York Times best seller. They are married.