“Camp Takota,” the film project from YouTube creators Grace Helbig, Mamrie Hart, and Hannah Hart, has found a home at video distribution platform VHX. After tweeting that pre-orders for the film were kicking off this Friday, Hannah Hart linked to the official “Camp Takota” web site, which sports a VHX logo at the bottom of the page.
The film initially lost its partner Chill earlier this year after the platform ceased operations in the wake of a slash and burn campaign that thinned out 40% of its staff. Unfortunately, this led to Chill shutting its doors for good and it left “Camp Takota” without a home.
Pay-to-view platform VHX has worked with multiple top-tier films in the past, including critically acclaimed documentary “Indie Game: The Movie” and David Grohl’s “Sound City.” The platform allows creators to set a price for films, which users can then purchase and stream.
Michael Goldfine, producer of “Camp Takota” also teased the upcoming film today via an Instagram video post. In the video, Goldfine promises more “Camp Takota” news on Black Friday and Cyber Monday.Tags: Camp Takota, Chill, Grace Helbig, Hannah Hart, Mamrie Hart, VHX, youtube