Velox Ent. are pleased to announce that Kaleidoscope Home Entertainment have snapped up the UK rights for their first feature film ‘24 Little Hours’.
Damien Morley, CEO of Velox Entertainment: “‘24 Little Hours’ was filmed in just 8 days and is a prime example for the quality film I want associated with my company. Productions that boast greater screen value than their budgets, concise shoot schedules to respond to market trends and a great team to ensure that the “measure twice, cut once” mentality is utilised effectively.
Selling the distribution rights has been very easy on ‘24 Little Hours’. There has been great demand for it and we have received many offers both domestically and internationally. We are very proud to be working with Kaleidoscope, a company with a great track record of selling independent film and a history of shinning a spotlight on independent productions in a very crowded market place”.
‘24 Little Hours’ was conceived, written and wrapped within 8 weeks and centres around a vengeful ex-con who goes on a 24-hour killing spree, never saying a word. Whilst the discredited detective investigating the case is convinced there is more to it than the evidence suggests.
“I first knew of our director, Paul [Knight] when he was commissioned to write a screenplay for ‘We Still Die The Old Way’, the concluding entry to the very popular ‘We still’ franchise as well as several other properties. I was always impressed with his attention to detail and ability to deliver quickly without compromising quality. Paul and the @lndnknts team have been pivotal to the success of this production, I’m very proud of what we have achieved with ‘24 Little Hours’ and feel it has set a new standard for British independent film. We are currently reviewing offers for international rights.”
Spencer Pollard of Kaleidoscope: “We are honoured to be able to work with Velox Entertainment on the distribution of this film. What Velox Entertainment and the team have achieved here is quite remarkable. 24 Little Hours will be available on digital download and DVD in late 2019 / early 2020”
The film will commence targeted and curated theatrical screenings across the UK in 2019 and will be available on DVD and all major steaming platforms.