Written by Mark Lund, in Justice Is Mind MRI technology has advanced to a point where imaging of long term memories can be produced in near video quality. When local businessman and restaurant owner Henri Miller has the new FVMRI scans and it reveals him murdering two contractors on his property, the first Superior Court trial begins in which a defendant’s own memory can be introduced as evidence.
“We’re very excited to premiere Evidence at the beautiful Strand Theatre and to debut the film in Clinton.” said Mark Lund. “The story takes place in a New England town so the setting is ideal. And like theatre going of yesteryear in which patrons could enjoy more than one film for a single admission, Evidence’s premiere will offer just that. There’s no extra admission charge to see our short and we welcome audience feedback.”
The short film version Evidence was produced to introduce the concept of Justice Is Mind and to act as a capital raise vehicle to produce the feature length version this coming summer. In concert with the producer’s capital raise activities, the production has launched a crowdfunding campaign on IndieGoGo [http://www.indiegogo.com/
Evidence stars Vernon Aldershoff(Henri Miller), Alexander Cook (John Darrow), Maria Natapov (Constance Smith), John Depew (Judge Wagner), Robin Rapoport (Margaret Miller) and Toula Coin (News Reporter). The film also introduces Joshua Hey (Brian Miller) and Kim Merriam (Court Stenographer)
Admission to J.Edgar and Evidence is $5.50. Doors open at 6:15 with a 7:00 PM start time.
About the Strand Theatre
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About the Producers
Mark Lund is an award winning magazine publisher, thrice award nominated screenwriter, television personality, producer, director, actor and writer. He has produced and directed for the screen (First World), television (direct response commercials)
Jess Killam is currently a Junior attending Fitchburg State University for video production. She has produced student films and done various other crew work on films from Emerson College and Fitchburg State as well as stage managed numerous plays. She had her stage directing debut this past December with Brilliant Traces. She is also serving as assistant director for Justice is Mind: Evidence.