Sam Mason-Bell, Tony Newton, Martin W. Payne (executive) for Trash Arts, Vestra Pictures
directed by Sam Mason-Bell, Marina Akarepi, Martin W. Payne, Rob Ulitski, Jason Impey, Noel J. Rainford, Michael J. Epstein, Dustin Ferguson, Kieran Johnston, Mike Peter Reed
starring Jessica Hunt, Martin W. Payne, Kevin Cordell, Ryan Carter, Sam Mason-Bell, Simon Berry, Chris Mills, Zoe Porter Stephenson, Bal Stephenson, Spencer Craig, Patryk Malecki, Jackson Batchelor, Natalie Bailey-Trist, Rob Talbot, Daniel Kewn, Tyne Stewart, Connor Knight, Annabella Rich, Chris Jenkins, Breana Mitchell, Vanessa Smita, Simon Longdon, Dominic Dean, Daniel Dean, Sophia Cacciola, Sammie Lei
written by Marina Akarepi, Martin W. Payne, Michael J. Epstein, Dustin Ferguson, Jason Impey, Kieran Johnston, music by Oleg Hammal, Kevin McLeod, Purple Planet, Daniel Thompson, Michael J. Epstein, John Freidel, Kelly McKenna
Wrapped into a interview between reporter Samantha (Jessica Hunt),
conspiracy theory expert Conor Roberts (Martin W. Payne) and professional
cynic Shwartz (Kevin Cordell) about the phenomenon of conspiracy theories
as such, and their origins, are shorts about the illuminati controlling a
job interview, mobile phones causing havoc, the ties between the KGB, the
religious right and 9/11, illegal drug testing, paranormal investigators,
creature called Skunkape, the "dark web", and the mysterious
death of a "truthseeker" (read conspiracy theorist). But while
making this documentary, our heroes might be watched by malevolent sources
- or is that just another conspiracy theory?
The concept of
this movie is a really cool one, it gathers filmmakers from all walks of
(indie film) life to have them make their "conspiracy theory"
short to then wrap them all in an interesting and ultimately engaging
meta-story - and while the result might be viewed as a bit of a hodge
podge by some, it actually contains some really good movies that might
vary quite a bit in quality, tone and look, but that's also the beauty of
it, that these films don't follow any rigid formula but go from funny to
dead serious, from artsy to schlocky, and everything in between of course,
making for quite an entertaining watch to be sure.
review © by Mike Haberfelner
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