Here’s a look at the first trailer for Nigerian-American filmmaker Olatunde Osunsanmi’s thriller, Evidence, which Image Entertainment picked up U.S. release rights to, earlier this year.
Penned by John Swetnam and produced by Bold Films and Marc Platt Productions – the team behind 2011’s critically-acclaimed Drive – the film co-stars rising British star Aml Ameen, and veteran actor Harry Lennix, who belong to a cast led by Radha Mitchell and Stephen Moyer (HBO’s True Blood) in the role of a detective who “hunts down a killer using video footage shot by the victims of a massacre at an abandoned gas station.”
The story follows the investigation of a brutal massacre at an abandoned
gas station. The Police arrive at the crime scene to find evidence of
the victims’ electronic devices – camcorders, cell phones and flipcams,
which the detective must then sort through, analyze and piece together
to solve the crime and identify the killer.
The Image Entertainment deal includes theatrical, home video, television and digital rights, with a theatrical release planned for this summer.
Recall that Robert Johnson’s RLJ Companies acquired Image Entertainment last year.
The first trailer for Evidence follows below, courtesy of Bloody Disgusting, with an international Saw-inspired poster underneath: