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Justice Is Mind: Evidence Trailer Released
Evidence trailer debuts on official Facebook page and gives audiences a sneak peak at the memory extract that will be used in a criminal trial – against the patient it was obtained from.
By: Mark Lund
Edited by Joshua Hey and scored by Bret Conefrey, the trailer represents the pivotal memory evidence in the upcoming short film Justice is Mind: Evidence. Based on the feature film in development, 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 restauranteur Henri Miller has the new FVMRI scan and it reveals his murdering of two contractors that worked for his restaurants, the trial of the century begins when a defendant’s own memory is used as the primary evidence against him.
Justice is Mind: Evidence is scheduled for a mid-November 2011 release.
Evidence stars Vernon Aldershoff (Henri Miller), Alexander Cook (John Darrow), Maria Natapov (Constance Smith), John Depew (Judge Wagner), Robin Ann Rapoport (Margaret Miller) and Toula Coin (News Reporter).
Executive Produced, Written and Directed by Mark Lund; Producer/Assistant Director Jessica Killam; Director of Photography Rob Featherstone;
Justice is Mind’s web site can be found at http://theashtontimes.com/
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 is now directing her first play and served as assistant director for Justice is Mind: Evidence.
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Justice is Mind: Evidence is a short film produced by Mark Lund and Jessica Killam based on the feature length screenplay Justice is Mind. The purpose of the short is to submit to film festivals and act as a capital raise vehicle for investment and crowd funding.