-Remove the word "VIDEO" next to feature film title-

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Among the films I've made there are two titles that have the word (video) next to it. Even though those films were shot in 4K HD, Can you guys remove the word "VIDEO" next to the title, feature films are not referred as to having been shot in "Video" anymore.   Any help would be appreciated.  

The titles in question are: SECOND COMING https://pro-labs.imdb.com/title/tt0932672/?ref_=nm_filmo_pastfilmvid_27 DELIVERY https://pro-labs.imdb.com/title/tt0819093/?ref_=nm_filmo_pastfilmvid_31
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Jose Zambrano Cassella

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Jose: The "Video" designation does not have to do with how the movie was shot, but how it was released. IMDb was apparently told that these two productions, Second Coming and Delivery, were released straight to DVD or to online distribution, not to theaters.

As productions which are now considered videos, they have the current formatted titles of Second Coming (2009) (V) and Delivery (2006) (V). If either movie actually did make its debut in a theater, I recommend submitting a Title Correction for the film to correct that. That would mean changing the film's IMDb-formatted titles to Second Coming (2009) and Delivery (2006), respectively. 

When you are asked to provide an explanation for the title change, please make sure to provide a link to evidence that each film really did premiere in theaters rather than on home video or online distribution.

In addition, since these films did not receive national theatrical releases in the USA, I recommend submitting corrections to their Release Dates to indicate what festival or locality they made their debuts in.

I hope this helps. Good luck!