Vault of Terror needs short film submissions
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VIPCO (Video Instant Picture Company) was resurrected from the ashes of the late 1980s VHS distributor to form the new Vault of Terror. If you are a promising filmmaker, they are looking to promote your work.
VIPCO, alias Video snapshot company was a staple of the 1980s VHS scene. If you frequented a Blockbuster or any video store at the time, chances are you’ve seen several of their tracks.
They were the premier cult horror distributor during the era of ‘wicked video’ and banned movies in the UK. Some of their memorable films include Zombie flesh eaters, Psychic killer, The Driller Killer and Nesting Just to name a few.
Although they’ve been gone for years now, VIPCO was resurrected by HorrorScreams VideoVault CEO and Founder Peter Hopkins with writer / director Lorna J. Child. This incarnation of the company seeks to promote new filmmakers.
Their current series proposed, Vault of Terror, is looking for short films in the following genres: horror, science fiction, fantasy and thriller. The big part of this effort is that they keep submissions open year round.
If you have a production that you are dying to share with the world, contact Hopkins and Child at [email protected] For the first anthology release, creatives must submit their entries before January 1, 2021. A panel of judges will select exceptional efforts in the above categories to be broadcast on DVD and VOD platforms.
In order to take your work to the next level, make sure your application meets the following submission criteria:
- The movie must be in full HD 1080p screen
- Delivered 24 fps (Movie)
- Can be filmed on DSLR, Go Pro or even your phone!
- Please submit your film with the opening and ending credits still attached.
- No copyrighted music or logos other than you are permitted to use in the production.
You can follow VIPCO on Facebook for more information.
Are you planning to feature in a short film for VIPCO’s anthology series, Vault of Terror? Let us know in the comments.