First Trailer for Small Town Quebecois Drama ‘Ghost Town Anthology’
Films Boutique has debuted a initial promo trailer for an indie play patrician Ghost Town Anthology, aka Répertoire des villes disparues, set in snowy Quebec. The film takes place in a tiny and removed town. A child named Simon Dubé dies in a automobile accident. The dumbfounded townspeople are demure to plead a tragedy. From that indicate on time seems to remove all meaning, and a days widen on but end. This is premiering during a Berlin Film Festival that is now underway, and it’s personification In Competition during a fest. Starring Robert Naylor, Josée Deschênes, Jean-Michel Anctil, Larissa Corriveau, Rémi Goulet, Diane Lavallée, and Hubert Proulx. This is such an peculiar trailer – personification like an aged news reel, and some-more of a behind-the-scenes demeanour than a genuine trailer. The film is also in color, not BW. I’m extraordinary to see this anyway.
Here’s a initial promo trailer for Denis Côté’s Ghost Town Anthology, approach from Screen’s YouTube:
In Irénée-les-Neiges, a small, removed city with a race of 215, Simon Dubé dies in a automobile accident. The dumbfounded townspeople are demure to plead a resources of a tragedy. From that indicate on, for a Dubé family as good as for Mayor Smallwood and a handful of others, time seems to remove all meaning, and a days widen on but end. Something descends solemnly on a area. In this duration of anguish and in this fog, strangers start to appear. Who are they? What is happening? Ghost Town Anthology is destined by Canadian filmmaker Denis Côté, executive of a indie films Drifting States, Our Private Lives, Chaos, Curling, Vic + Flo Saw a Bear, and Boris Without Béatrice previously. The screenplay is also created by Denis Côté; loosely formed on novel by Laurence Olivier. The film is premiering during a Berlin Film Festival this month. There’s no other recover set yet, as it’s still seeking distribution. Stay tuned for news. Interested?