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'Never Saw It Coming' wraps shoot in Canada

11 April 2017 2:30 PM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Exclusive First Look: Thriller stars Emily Hampshire and Eric Roberts. Marina Cordoni among producers.

Principal photography has wrapped in Sudbury, Ontario, on Never Saw It Coming.

Gail Harvey directed the thriller based on Linwood Barclay’s book about a young woman who passes herself off as a psychic.

When the charlatan targets the family of a missing woman, she becomes entangled in the dark secrets of the husband and daughter.

Emily Hampshire and Eric Roberts star alongside Katie Boland, Shaun Benson, Tamara Podemski, Nick Serino, Diane D’Aquila, Maria Del Mar, Jeff Clarke, and newcomer Keegan Hedley.

Producers Marina Cordoni of McE Inc, Harvey, and Boland of Straight Shooters Productions Inc aim to complete Never Saw It Coming by late summer in time for an autumn festival run.

Executive producers are Barclay, Jay Firestone and Steven Pasternak of Prodigy Pictures, and Michael Forsey of Rolling Pictures.

The thriller was made with the financial support of Telefilm Canada »

- (Jeremy Kay)

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Eric Roberts Joins Indie Thriller 'Never Saw It Coming' (Exclusive)

28 March 2017 10:38 AM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

Eric Roberts has boarded the indie Never Saw It Coming, directed by Gail Harvey and shooting in northern Ontario.

The Dark Knight actor plays Wendell Garfield, the husband of a missing woman (Diane D'Aquila) whose disappearance is investigated by a psychic, played by Emily Hampshire (12 Monkeys).

Roberts joins an ensemble cast that also includes Katie Boland, Shaun Benson, Tamara Podemski, Nick Serino, Maria Del Mar, Jeff Clarke and newcomer Keegan Hedley.

Never Saw It Coming is based on the 2013 novel by Linwood Barclay, who also wrote the screenplay.

Marina Cordoni of McE Inc. is producing alongside Harvey's Straight »

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Heist comedy 'First Round Down' gets sales deal

10 February 2017 10:00 PM, PST | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Exclusive: Canadian outfit Marina Cordoni Entertainment is taking the title to the Efm.

Toronto’s Marina Cordoni Entertainment is in Berlin with the world market premiere of the Butler Brothers’ heist comedy First Round Down.

The feature centres on the misadventures of a former ice hockey prodigy. Dylan Bruce plays the lead as a former athlete and hitman on the straight and narrow who returns home to care for his younger brother and finds his chequered past catching up with him. Rachel Wilson and Rob Ramsay also star.

Substance Productions produced First Round Down in association with Marina Cordoni Entertainment, Telefilm Canada and Unobstructed View.

Cordoni has just licensed worldwide rights excluding Canada on Gail Harvey’s upcoming thriller Never Saw It Coming to Jay Firestone’s Prodigy Pictures. Katie Boland stars in the film, which is set to begin shooting on March 23.

The Efm sales slate includes Connor Gaston’s drama The Devout, Adam Garnet Jones’s Toronto »

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Film Review: ‘Fall’

8 February 2017 2:01 AM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Even if you devote your own life to comforting others, is it ever possible to atone for a mortal sin that may have wrecked someone else’s? What if you don’t remember, or have forced yourself to disremember, the particulars of that transgression? Those are among the questions that weigh heavily on the consciousness, and the conscience, of the Catholic priest Michael Murphy portrays in “Fall,” writer-director Terrance Odette’s rigorously spare 2014 Canadian-produced drama, now available on VOD and other home formats.

As he steadily follows his conflicted protagonist through a wintry stations of the cross in and around his parish in Niagara Falls, Ontario, Odette edges viewers toward consideration of moral complexities, and places them in the uncomfortable position of observers who are by turns instinctively sympathetic and darkly suspicious. All in all, this may actually be a film that benefits from being contemplated, if not during the »

- Joe Leydon

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