Epic Pictures to launch Cannes sales on Telefilm Canada-backed horror 'The Ballad Of Audrey Earnshaw' (exclusive)

Screen | 4/25/2019 | Jeremy Kay
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Epic Pictures and Canadian producer Gianna Isabella of Gate 67 Films have completed principal photography on The Ballad Of Audrey Earnshaw, which Epic will launch to international buyers in Cannes next month.

Catherine Walker (A Dark Song), Sean McGinley (Braveheart), Jared Abrahamson (American Animals), Hannah Emily Anderson (Jigsaw), and newcomer Jessica Reynolds star in the tale of a young woman and her domineeting mother who live as pagans on the fringes of a Protestant settlement.

Hysteria - Threat - Violence - Mounts - Community

Hysteria and the increasing threat of violence mounts within the community when a mysterious plague spreads throughout the fields and livestock, while the Earnshaw farm remains unaffected.

Don McKellar (The Red Violin) and Geraldine O’Rawe (Circle Of Friends) round out the cast on the feature from writer-director Thomas Robert Lee (Empyrean), which began shooting in Calgary, Alberta, last month.

Cast - Crew - Lee - Horror - Tale

“The cast we’ve assembled is fantastic and I couldn’t be happier with the crew,” said Lee. “While it is first and foremost a horror tale, it is a film both for and about today – we are fractured, increasingly tribal,...
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