“Polaroid” Dimension Films Acquiring Rights
Polaroid is a Horror film short written and directed by Lars Klevberg. Currently circulating though various Horror film festivals, “Polaroids” recently won the Los Angeles Horror short film festival. “Polaroids” is receiving many rave reviews so much so that its even garner the attention of Dimension Films.
According to Deadline, although offers to acquire the right for “Polaroid” have materialized, Dimension Films are in exclusive negotiation since last week. As part of the deal Lars Klevberg is slated to direct the feature adaptation to “Polaroid” however the overall script will be sent out for another writer to adapt.
The synopsis the the Horror film short, “Polaroid” reads as follows:
Sarah and Linda are moving out Sarah’s house after her mother has died. In the clearing they find an old Polaroid camera that is possessed by a dark past.
“Polaroid” stars Annika Witt and Thea Sofie Loch Naess as personally dubbed the selfie girls who come across the cursed Polaroid camera and inadvertalt relase the ghost of one of the girl’s deceased mother.
Dimension Films are hoping to create a new Horror franchise based off of the Horror film short. Producers to the full length feature of “Polaroid” are Dimension films, in association with Benderspink’s Chris Bender, Jake Weiner, Vertigo’s Roy Lee and El Dorado Films’ Petter Løkke and John Hagen.
The trailer to “Polaroid” is featured below. Public access to the Horror film short is currently unavailable and may release to the public shortly.