Jed Shepherd, author of upcoming TIFF film Dashcam, and Sebastian Bazile, co-founder of manufacturing hub Display Anthology, are engaged on a brand new anthology film undertaking that’s to be sourced totally from the Clubhouse horror group.
The undertaking, presently untitled, is a observe as much as Sinphony, a scary film anthology that started in a horror room on Clubhouse, the audio-based social media platform. The undertaking was scripted and shot all around the globe through members of the horror room.
The brand new undertaking, introduced yesterday, will probably be equally sourced — all solid and crew should be members of Clubhouse — and has been described as a social media-like model of Venture Greenlight, the collection that adopted beginner filmmakers in a bakeoff to make a film.
The brand new anthology is to have 10 segments, 5 directed by girls, 5 by males. The manufacturing will even be creating an ongoing collection of rooms on Clubhouse that can enable the group to observe alongside and ask everybody concerned questions all through the method. Clubhouse has no stake within the mental properties of the endeavor.
The deadline for submissions in Sept. 16, with quarter finalists to be introduced Sept. 30. Semi-finalists will probably be revealed Oct. 14 and the winner will probably be topped Oct. 31.
Sinphony is predicted to debut on streaming timed to Halloween, accompanied by a doable restricted theatrical launch.