Population Zero

Director: Julian T. Pinder
Genre: Runtime: 84 mins.
The film is a fictional found-footage style documentary examining the history of Dwayne Nelson, a suspected murderer. In 2009, Nelson confessed to shooting three men to death in Yellowstone National Park and despite his confession being accurately detailed, he was not convicted of the crimes because the crime occurred in an uninhabited area and as such, there is no chance of finding a jury to hear the trial. Years later director Julian T. Pinder (playing himself) travels to the park in order to examine the crimes and the legal loophole that allowed Nelson to walk free. As the film progresses Pinder begins to receive strange and frightening items, evidence of Nelson's crime.