IFC Films announced today that they’ve acquired the mockumentary Vampires from Belgium’s House of Film and director Vincent Lannoo. No release details yet, but expect this on VOD before arriving on DVD.
The pic begins when “A film crew ventures amidst a family of vampires to make a documentary. They seek answers to the crucial questions we all ask ourselves… Who are they? Do they drink anything other than blood? How do they manage their social life? Do they file their teeth? Can they sleep, dream, die, feel feelings, eat garlic? After several weeks in the company of this family of four and their friends, foes and neighbors, our brave little crew finds the answers, and a lot more… They will find themselves at the heart of a family drama that takes the friendly vampire clan all the way to Quebec. Montreal will be the theater of profound mutations that will change the international vampire community forever, and ever. The community we discover through this film is strange indeed, yet so endearing. A strange society that, in the end, is not so alien to us as we might think.”
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