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Odeon Takes Canadian Rights to Panorama Opener “The Tracey Fragments”

Odeon Takes Canadian Rights to Panorama Opener "The Tracey Fragments"

Berlinale Panorama opener “The Tracey Fragments” by Bruce McDonald has been picked up by Canada’s Odeon Films. Odeon Films president Bryan Gliserman has sealed an all-rights-deal for the Canadian territory with the film’s producers, Paul Barkin, Bruce McDonald, Sarah Timmins, and with
Munich-based world sales company Bavaria Film International. The film is described as a “a dazzling pop art underground fashion, based on the critically-acclaimed and same-named novel by Vancouver author Maureen Medved, who also penned the screenplay, and stars young actress Ellen Page (“Hard Candy“) as the scared protagonist Tracey Berkowitz.” [Brian Brooks]

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