Scapegoat Teaser Trailer

Mason, Michigan. USA

After a year and a half of development, Scapegoat finally starts principal photography in Spring of 2017. A group of individuals find each other after waking up in the woods. They soon realize that they are being hunted down. They must race to figure out who put them there and why before it’s too late.

Scapegoat was built on a single moment when two filmmakers set out to capture an action sequence. What started out as a chase scene, soon adopted a compelling, full fledge story. “After over a year of fully developing this story, I’m beyond excited to bring this to audiences and show them what we’ve created.” Stated Jeff kapp. “This particular film is going to be a line in the sand. It will challenge all aspects of film to create a truly raw creative outcome”, says Noah Watkins.

Jeff and Noah founded Vigilant Entertainment together back in 2014, and have been working hard ever since to develop their talents in the industry.

Twitter @Vigilant_Ent

Written and Directed by Jeff Kapp

Cinematography by Noah Watkins

Produced by Shane Schanski

Starring Heath Sartorius

Scapegoat (Teaser Trailer) from Jeff Kapp on Vimeo.

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