LOOKING UP

An ex-homeless man and former heroin addict believes he can summon UFOs upon command.  That being able to do so is what saved his life, and was Divine Intervention.  Mysterious orbs appear in the sky when and where he says they will.  He believes they are messengers, described as Angels in the Bible, and that they have traveled here from other planets to help us.  

Chabad is an Orthodox Jewish Hasidic movement.  One of their members, an observant Harvard graduate whose life is defined by his faith, starts to see UFOs in the sky as a result to his encounter with the unlikely messenger; the former addict made anew by his experiences. 

These craft are alleged to be operated by hyper-intelligent beings who help to guide this world.  If that’s not religion, then what is?  To reconcile these new experiences, the Harvard graduate goes to his Rabbi to seek council to try and explain what he has been witnessing. What will his Rabbi say about his new found abilities?  

A small group of skeptics, turned believers, are now summoning these strange lights in the sky too.  Everything has been caught on film. 

RUNTIME: TBA (Feature Film)
WEBSITE: www.UFOsummoner.com
IMDB: www.imdb.com/title/tt6371932

DIRECTOR: Jeremy Kenyon Lockyer Corbell
PRODUCER: Jeremy Kenyon Lockyer Corbell
CINEMATOGRAPHER: Jeremy Kenyon Lockyer Corbell

 

It's like an addiction, you just keep looking up.

LOOKING UP
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They’ve ‘Seen Things’ - A group in Los Angeles has attracted U.F.O. enthusiasts from all over the world. They’ve formed together around the common question: What are these things in the sky, exactly, and how can they know more about them? READ HERE

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