With director Erin Berry, lead actress Paula Brancati, and co-writer/producer David Pluscauskas in person
Dir. Erin Berry. United States. 2019, 82 mins. Digital projection. Set in Washington, DC on the eve of the 2008 presidential election, m.a.j.i.c.
tells the story of Bernwood, an anti-conspiracy video blogger who meets with an old man claiming to have worked for the legendary Majestic-12 (aka “m.a.j.i.c.”), a secret U.S. spy agency, created after the UFO incident at Roswell, New Mexico in 1947. So begins her trip down the rabbit hole looking for answers as reality as she knows it, or knew it, begins to unravel. m.a.j.i.c.
stars Paula Brancati as Bernwood (Workin’ Moms
, Netflix’s Slasher
), as well as Richard Fitzpatrick (Good Will Hunting, Boondock Saints
), Michael Seater (Life with Derek
), and Paulino Nunes (The Expanse
Erin Berry is a producer/writer/director who resides in Toronto, Canada. In addition to m.a.j.i.c. he has most recently line produced the last two seasons of Slasher for Netflix.
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