Audition materials can be found: http://actorscall.com/965b4
We are starting to cast our next feature film, THE SAVER. Based on the book by the same name by Edeet Ravel. The screenplay was written and it will be directed by Wiebke von Carolsfeld (MARION BRIDGE, STAY). We are looking for our main character, the hardy FERN, a 16 year old girl living on her own in a harsh Montreal winter.
Please check out our open casting call here: http://actorscall.com/965b4
And contact our casting director, Rene Haynes and her team for more information.
Dear American fans of RHYMES FOR YOUNG GHOULS,
We’re thrilled to announce that the film is now readily available across multiple platforms in the USA. We’re especially proud that the film has been licensed by Netflix for the USA, making it available for streaming to 37 million subscribers.
Here are some of the direct links where you can stream, purchase or rent the film:
Netflix DVD rental
It can also be watched On Demand via:
Time Warner On Demand
COX MEDIA / KUDZU
Comcast / XFinity
Thank you for all your support and bonne cinema!
In honour of RHYMES FOR YOUNG GHOULS theatrical release in the USA on October 24th (for cities, dates and time please click here) and it’s Canadian cable premiere on The Movie Network and Movie Central on October 23rd, we’re thrilled to release the RHYMES FOR YOUNG GHOULS track list.
We don’t have the rights to release an actual soundtrack but we’ve done the next best thing. We’ve created a youtube playlist featuring all of the music in the film. The only songs missing are the original tracks and score that were written and performed by Jeff Barnaby & Joe Barrucco. Maybe if there is enough demand, we’ll get around to posting those on youtube someday soon.
RHYMES FOR YOUNG GHOULS complete soundtrack playlist
“Treat Me The Way You Do” by Joe Carter and the Chicago Broom Dusters
“Wished I was in heaven sitting down” by Fred McDowell (not the exact same version but close)
“Sinister Kid” by The Black Keys
“My mother died and left me” by Fred McDowell
“Leave Me and My Woman Alone (Friend of Mine)” by RL Burnside
“Tumble and Roll” by Hambone Willie Newburn
“O Vos Omnes”, The Tudor Consort Tomas Luis de Victoria (not the exact same version but close)
“PBC ft. Sheldon Sundon” by A Tribe Called Red
Score & original music by Jeff Barnaby & Joe Barrucco