Boat sails into VAULT Film Festival

Today Neil Salvage will feature in a short film that is being screened at the VAULT Film Festival 2017. The dark comedy has been directed by Daniel McGowan and is making its screen debut at the event.

Boat is a comic two hander that takes place between Salvage and other actor, Neil Grainger, taking place against the backdrop of an engaging and mysterious dystopian environment.

“I’m really delighted that Boat has been selected for the Vaults Film Festival,” said Salvage. It’s a darkly funny film with a twist in its tail, and I play a mysterious and unwelcoming old man, trying to deal with an eccentric intruder on his boat… but all is not what it seems!”

The VAULT Film Festival, now in its second year, encompasses a total of twenty different screenings between January 25th and March 5th 2017. The eclectic programme of short and feature length productions has been curated and selected by Niger Asije, Editor of the New Current.

For those wishing to attend the event, tickets to screenings are £5 and you can find out further details here.