Friday, April 22, 2011

The Third Annual $1000 Hunted Youtube contest is on!

Create a 5-10 minute Hunted episode, post it on Youtube before June 17th, send us the link and win $1000!

That's right, we're back, and The Hunted is kickin ass this summer!  Not only are we currently in preproduction for the feature film version of the show, we're already halfway funded through our Kickstarter campaign.  If you haven't taken a look at the campaign and the crazy video where I play 17 different versions of myself, check it out at

If you've already donated to the campaign, thank you so much - you rock!  If you haven't donated, you can still rock by just helping us spread the word - for both the Kickstarter campaign and the contest.

And if you've ever thought of shooting a Hunted episode - now is the time!  The reason we're producing the feature in the first place is to draw more attention to the online series.  So if you've ever wanted to try your hand at directing, writing, editing, or acting, here's a great opportunity.  Note that none of the winners from our first contest had ever done anything like this before:

And if that's not enough, there's still $1000 and a full lineup of professional industry judges including directors, writers, producers, agents, and stunt coordinators.  Thanks to our first contest, Kendall Wells from Oregon not only landed a featured role on "Leverage", he also signed with a top Hollywood agent.  For a listing of past judges, check out:

There's no cost to enter and you keep all rights to your video. Still not convinced?  Check out our Top Ten reasons to Shoot a Hunted Episode at

Episodes will be judged based on Youtube views, story, production value, acting, action, and comedy.  For tips on creating a Hunted episode, check out our tips page at (Note: our vamps have developed an immunity to practically everything and can only be killed by decapitation).   Winning episodes will also be featured on our official website and screened at upcoming film festivals including Combat Con in Vegas, Action on Film in LA, and the Vampire Film Festival in New Orleans.

Even if you can't help shoot an episode, help us spread the word by posting this notice online wherever you can.

For more information and official rules, check out

Thanks guys!

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