07 May

For the past thirteen weeks, Rhymes for Young Ghouls has been playing in theatres across the country. Over 5000 people have gone out to a theatre and paid cold hard cash to see the film. THANK YOU!

And we’re not done yet. Starting May 15th, RHYMES will screen at the Winnipeg Cinematheque courtesy of the Winnipeg Film Group followed by screenings at the Regina Public Library starting June 19th.

But that’s not all. We’re happy to announce on May 27th, eOne Films and Les Films Séville will be releasing the bilingual home video edition of the film packed with bonus features, behind the scenes mini-docs, and audio commentary. The film will be available to buy online (check it out on Amazon), at stores (Indigo and Coles), for download from sites like iTunes, and also available on cable VOD platforms like Rogers, Bell and Videotron on demand.

If you’ve seen and liked the film, take a minute to rate it on Amazon, iTunes, etc. The more visibility the better!


RHYMES FOR YOUNG GHOULS – continues to tour Canada

18 Mar

Prospector Films is pleased to announce that Rhymes for Young Ghouls is scheduled to screen in multiple cities in the coming weeks. Please spread the word.

– Le Pas, Manitoba @ Storytellers Film Festival – March 21st
– Saskatoon, SK, @ Roxy Theatre (Saskatoon) – special screening Mar 26, opens March 28th
– Edmonton, AB Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada March 28th & 29th
– Windsor, On Windsor International Film Festival, Apr 10
– Malbaie, QC @ CINÉ-QUILLES LA MALBAIE, April 14 & 15
– Winnipeg, MB @ Winnipeg Cinematheque May 16-22
– Regina, SK @ RPL Film Theatre – Jun 19-22

If your city is not on this list and you want RHYMES to screen near you, please email your local theatre and ask them to book the film.

Thank you for your continued support.

Reviews & Screening schedule

30 Jan


Rhymes for Young Ghouls starts it’s theatrical run on January 31st in Toronto @ Cineplex Yonge & Dundas, and continues it’s run in Winnipeg, Vancouver, Montreal and Saskatoon. In advance of it’s release, the film has been reviewed by numerous critics. Here is a rundown of the release schedule (click the links for screening times) as well as links to the top reviews:

Toronto: January 31st, Cineplex Yonge & Dundas
Winnipeg: February 7th, Landmark Towne
Vancouver: February 14th, Vancity
Montreal: February 28th, Cineplex Forum & Ex-Centris (w/ french subs)
Saskatoon: March 21st, Roxy Theatre

More cities and dates to be announced shortly.

4/5 STARS “Organically and intellectually, Rhymes for Young Ghouls is an expression from the very roots of what makes Canada an ancient country.” – from Bruce Kirkland’s review in The Toronto Sun Newspaper

3.5/4 STARS “Rhymes for Young Ghouls, reviewed: A powerful condemnation of abuse that also manages to entertain – no small feat” reviewed by Chris Knight in the National Post

3/4 STARS “With a tone alternating between mournful, defiant and With a tone alternating between mournful, defiant and hopeful, Rhymes for Young Ghouls is a rewarding experience by a talented director who’s sure to make his mark on Canadian cinema.” review by Bruce DeMara from the Toronto Star

“I suppose you could be polite about saying, ‘You can’t leave the reserve and you can’t go find work and you have to live in this poverty, and by the way, you have to give us your kids.’ I’m sure there was an Indian Agent or truant officer somewhere who was really cool about it but at the end of the day these are the acts of evil men.” Jeff Barnaby discussing Rhymes for Young Ghouls with Richard Crouse

You can find more reviews by going to the Rhymes for Young Ghouls facebook page

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