To celebrate the May 15th Blu-ray, DVD and Digital Download release of intense found-footage thriller CHRONICLE, Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment & IGN are pleased to announce the launch of Film School Chronicles – a filmmaking challenge designed to give young filmmakers the chance to share their talents and celebrate the extraordinary!
Launched today, the competition will run through the IGN Facebook page until May 22nd challenging users to create 30-90 second videos on the subject of the extraordinary. The best submission, as judged by Chronicle Director Josh Trank, will receive a fantastic Digital SLR camera set-up and the chance to fly to LA and meet with Josh.
You can read more about it at IGN’s facebook page.
Chronicle will be available via Movies on Demand On Cable this Tuesday, May 15, 2012! So you can tune in from the comfort of your own home without waiting in line at the local video store.
I added 7 new images from Chronicle. The Blu-Ray release comes out May 15. So remember to buy your copy.
I am also currently writing a story on Chronicle my version at least. So I updated the fan fiction section and you can preview others I’ve written here. I made one new icon and plan on making more when I have the time.
20th Century Fox Home Entertainment will bring Chronicle to DVD, Blu-ray and digital download on May 15, 2012. The modestly budgeted found footage thriller was a breakout hit, grossing a surprising $170 million worldwide (roughly $63 million in the States alone).
Amazon already has the film up for pre-order, though Fox has not issued an official press release with bonus features and specs just yet. That said, the Blu-ray cover art suggests that two versions of the film will be available on the format — the original theatrical cut and a never-before-seen unrated cut. No word on DVD bonus features.