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‘The Phoenix Incident’ Animated Posters Go Missing



UFO fanatics will know the inspiration behind The Phoenix Incident, as the docudrama-thriller is based on the largest UFO sighting in North America known as the “Phoenix Lights.”

The Phoenix Incident will receive its U.S. national premiere through Fathom Events for a one-night event on March 10 in 100+ cinemas nationwide.

The event will be shown in 100+ theaters nationwide with Fathom Events for one night on March 10, 2016 at 7:30 p.m. local time. Tickets available starting February 12, 2016 at www.FathomEvents.com and participating theater box offices.

Having already debuted one of the best one-sheets of the year, with the art displaying a man standing on a cliff looking up to the sky where a massive flying saucer hovers, we now have several animated posters that are the starting point to a viral campaign.

The real “Phoenix Lights” was the most-witnessed UFO event in U.S. history, with the craft said to be as large as several football fields.

The Phoenix Incident is the debut feature film (writer-director) of veteran gaming industry talent director Keith Arem, responsible for the talent direction in AAA video game franchises including “Call of Duty,” “Titanfall,” “Saints Row,” “Tony Hawk Pro Skater,” and more!

Starring famed gaming actor Troy Baker, “The Phoenix Incident is based on the largest UFO sighting in North America known as the Phoenix Lights. Blurring the line between fiction and reality, the fact based, sci-fi thriller revolves around a military conspiracy and the controversial missing person’s case surrounding the infamous 1997 event. With the support of the victims’ families, along with classified military documentation, cockpit recordings, Air Force pilot interviews, actual FLIR footage, and first-hand recovered video evidence, The Phoenix Incident exposes the military’s engagement with extraterrestrial contact, and the collateral damage of 4 civilians.

Get more at the official website.

Click any of the five posters to see them animate with viral clues.

The Phoenix Incident