Stephen Moyer starred in the independent film Evidence in 2013. He played the part of a detective who is trying to figure out who massacred people outside Los Angeles. The only clues are cell phone, camcorders.
|Release dates:||July 19, 2013, Image Entertainment|
|Writer:||John Swetnam (click here to read our official interview with John Swetnam).|
|Film Locations:||Los Angeles, California|
|Plot Summary:||A detective hunts down a killer using video footage shot by the victims of a massacre at an abandoned gas station. Evidence is based on a massacre outside Los Angeles. Detectives assigned to the case have to sift through evidence at the crime scene including the victims camcorder, flip cam, and two cell phones, who then have to analyze the minimal footage to piece together the identity of their killer.“Evidence is a unique, gripping and gritty thriller unlike others since it constructs the story from the perspectives of the victims,” Bill Bromiley, Image’s chief acquisition officer, said in a statement. Evidence, is a thriller that stars Stephen along with Silent Hill‘s Radha Mitchell.
Directed by The Fourth Kind‘s Olatunde Osunsanmi, Evidence centers on two detectives (Moyer and Mitchell) who attempt to piece together what happened at the scene of a brutal massacre using a number of recording devices found at the crime scene.When the police arrive at an abandoned desert gas station after a brutal massacre, they find no evidence at the crime scene except for some of the victim’s personal electronics, which include a video camera, a Flip-cam, and two cellphones. With nothing else to go on, a troubled detective must analyze and piece together the footage from the personal electronics in order to figure out what the hell happened and who the killer is.“
|Original Music:||Richard Walters … music supervisor|
|Editor:||Peter Tackaberry … assistant editor|
|Casting:||Melissa DeLizia … casting associate|
|Production Design:||Freddy Waff|
|Set Decoration:||Georgia Schwab|
|Visual Effects||Luis de Leon … visual effects supervisor
Chris Healer … visual effects supervisor
Ted Markovic … visual effects producer
Videos from the film:
First trailer for the film:
Scene from the film
Scene from the film
Before the film opened in theaters, in 2013, Lynn interviewed with John Swetnam, the writer of “Evidence.” John was kind enough to provide her with a glimpse into his experience. She learned alot about the writer’s perspective of creating a script and seeing it evolve into a finished theatrical release.
Read Lynn’s Exclusive Interview with Evidence writer, John Swetnam by clicking on the image below: