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Phoenix Forgotten


  Tags: aliens, Chelsea Lopez, Cinelou Films, Florance Hartigan, found footage, Justin Barber, Justin Matthews, Luke Roberts, MISC, Phoenix Forgotten, Ridley Scott, sci-fi, scifi, Scott Free Productions, T.S. Nowlin

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In the spring of 1997, several residents of Phoenix, Arizona claimed to witness mysterious lights in the sky. This phenomenon, which became known as "The Phoenix Lights," remains the most famous UFO sighting in American history. On July 23, 1997, three high school student filmmakers went missing while camping in the desert outside Phoenix. The purpose of their trip was to document their investigation into the Phoenix Lights. They were never seen again. Twenty years later, Sarah Bishop, a documentary filmmaker and younger sibling of one of the missing, returns to Phoenix to delve into the their disappearances and the emotional trauma left on those that knew them. Nothing can prepare her for the shocking discovery of a tape from the night her brother and his friends disappeared.

CATEGORY
Misc

RELEASE DATE
April 21, 2017
August 1, 2017 (DVD)
CURRENT STATUS
Now On DVD
LANGUAGE
English
PRODUCED BY
Cinelou Films
Scott Free Productions
MPAA RATING
PG-13 "terror, peril and some language."
REVIEW
N/A
DIRECTED BY
Justin Barber
WRITTEN BY
T.S. Nowlin
STARRING
Luke Roberts
Chelsea Lopez
Justin Matthews
Florance Hartigan

PROJECT DETAILS
  • Written by T.S. Nowlin (Maze Runner films).
  • Ridley Scott produces via his Scott Free banner.
  • The film is loosely based around a famous UFO sighting in Phoenix, Arizona on March 1997 that would later be known as the "Phoenix Lights." You can read more about that here.
  • This is a found footage movie.
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