VAULT is a documentary filmmaking project, giving young people from across the 5 Olympic boroughs the opportunity to produce a series of short films that explore the Olympics and what it takes to be an Olympic athlete.
If you are selected to take part in the project, you will be given professional film training ranging from narrative development, filming, to sound recording and editing - enabling you to be involved in the entire film-making process.
In 2009, the VAULT films explored life surrounding the Olympic Games past and present, with participation from 1948 Olympic veterans and hopeful British athletes currently training to compete at the London Olympics in 2012.
Many Of the VAULT filmmakers from 2009 have gone on to other projects including three who went on to win a Creativity, Culture and Education (CCE) media bursary; offered to just 18 young people throughout England. This Could Be You!
For our first Halloween edition for From the Vault we pull out an old title starring the prince of darkness and an 8-bit version of Keanu Reeves in Bram Stoker's Dracula for the Genesis.
Magic the Gathering From the Vault: Transform Unboxing Hey guys! My first unboxing video! and what better to start with than something close to my heart, Magic the Gathering. Ive never had a From the Vault set, so i was super excited for this mtg unboxing! Like and Subscribe! If you enjoy it you should put a like on it!
We've discovered amazingly bad and good games, mostly bad though, from our GamePro vault and decided to give them a go. This week we play Trevor McFur in the Crescent Galaxy a launch title for the Atari Jaguar console released in 1993.
Sometimes a company makes a game that's a tribute to an earlier, much-loved title. And then sometimes a company makes a blatant knock-off that just sucks balls. That's Kasumi Ninja -- a Mortal Kombat clone that beats you senseless with terrible controls and then uses terrible music and sound effects to ravage your immoble corpse.
What does an obscure Dutch-Italian candy company and a duo of outer-space ninjas have in common? One very curious action-platformer on the Atari Jaguar.
We play one of the hardest, fastest, and most ridiculous Western shooters on the SNES: Sunset Riders.
Get ready to be murdalized! In one of the most difficult side-scrolling platforming ninja games for the Sega Genesis.
A trip to the GamePro Vault unearths the adventure of a lifetime in Wolf Team's forgotten classic, Earnest Evans.
Embody the ghost of a jerk kid with a flat top and haunt the hell out a family full of Italian stereotypes in The Haunting, Starring Polterguy.
A Shinobi game with an unfortunate name -- that sounds more like the title of a Showtime late-night skin-flick starring David Duchovny -- lives up to the lameness with slow-walking ninjas, useless allies, and frustrating gameplay.
When there is something strange, in your neighborhood, who you going to call? Ghostbusters! 2. For the NES.
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* A professional video resume shot in the Vault studio
* A written resume makeover by Vault career pros
* A personal makeover at a top New York City salon
To enter the Video Resume Makeover Contest go to Vault****.