Murders, conspiracy, cover-ups and lies are all at the center of the new film The Sigil, which will make its debut at the Los Angeles Fear and Fantasy Film Festival on Thursday, May 17th, at 6 pm.
Brandon Cano-Errecart directed the film, which he also co-wrote with Nathan Dean Snyder. The cast includes Cano-Errecart and Snyder as well as Devan Liljedahl, Miki Matteson and Matthew Black.
For more details on the film festival, which runs from May 15th-20th in Burbank, California, visit the official Los Angeles Fear and Fantasy Film Festival website.
Rockford, Illinois. Local boy Logan Lewis is reported dead along with 41 others at a house in Los Angeles, California. The story makes national news. The government releases an official statement blaming an undiscovered uranium mine found underneath the house. The bodies, over-exposed to radiation, have been confiscated – never shown to family or the public. The house is ruined and destroyed.
Broken and confused by her brother’s death, Devan seeks answers and reconciliation. She recruits her close childhood friend Nate to travel with her to California and make peace with Logan’s death. Nate, caught up in the conspiracy, brings along his friend Brandon to document it all on video. They journey to the house in search of the truth, but what they find is unlike anything they ever expected. For not everyone in the house that night is dead.
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