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Super Channel picks up The Nightingale Company’s new feature film, “The Last Year”

TORONTO June 23, 2008 – The Nightingale Company is pleased to announce Super Channel has acquired the first broadcast window for Canadian television rights to air their new dramatic feature film The Last New Year.

The Last New Year is the story of a diverse group of 20-somethings who share only one thing in common – each other. In high school, ten friends made a pact that every New Year’s Eve they would reunite. After eight years, what started as a simple house party developed into a sacred tradition, and although the friends have grown apart, the annual event always brings them back together. However, this New Year’s Eve things are different. One of the group’s core members has mysteriously disappeared, leaving the rest of the group clueless as to what happened, where he is, or if he is even still alive. Despite the shadow of their loss and the mystery that surrounds his disappearance, the group valiantly attempts to keep the party going.

“Super Channel is committed to bringing our subscribers quality Canadian programming and we are happy to be able to work with The Nightingale Company on The Last New Year,” said Justin Rebelo, Super Channel Director of Canadian Programming. “This film is just the sort production that highlights the quality that comes from Canadian talent.”

Key Creatives
Writer/Director: Garfield Lindsay Miller, Co Writer: Casey Austin, Producer Alyson Richards, Executive Producer: Debbie Nightingale, Key Cast: Kris Holden Reid, Aaron Webber, Mayko Nguyen

“We were able to bring together a great cast from across the country, including Kris Holden Reid (The Tudors, Touch of Pink), Aaron Webber (A Whole New Thing, A Stone’s Throw), Mayko Nguyen (ReGenesis), and many others,” says Producer Alyson Richards.

“Having Bruce MacDonald as a mentor was invaluable. He helped guide me around a lot of the problems young directors face and continually encouraged me to trust my instincts. It’s a better film for it,” says Writer/Director Garfield Lindsay Miller.

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Headline, Industry News

Super Channel picks up The Nightingale Company’s new feature film, “The Last Year”

TORONTO June 23, 2008 – The Nightingale Company is pleased to announce Super Channel has acquired the first broadcast window for Canadian television rights to air their new dramatic feature film The Last New Year.

The Last New Year is the story of a diverse group of 20-somethings who share only one thing in common – each other. In high school, ten friends made a pact that every New Year’s Eve they would reunite. After eight years, what started as a simple house party developed into a sacred tradition, and although the friends have grown apart, the annual event always brings them back together. However, this New Year’s Eve things are different. One of the group’s core members has mysteriously disappeared, leaving the rest of the group clueless as to what happened, where he is, or if he is even still alive. Despite the shadow of their loss and the mystery that surrounds his disappearance, the group valiantly attempts to keep the party going.

“Super Channel is committed to bringing our subscribers quality Canadian programming and we are happy to be able to work with The Nightingale Company on The Last New Year,” said Justin Rebelo, Super Channel Director of Canadian Programming. “This film is just the sort production that highlights the quality that comes from Canadian talent.”

Key Creatives
Writer/Director: Garfield Lindsay Miller, Co Writer: Casey Austin, Producer Alyson Richards, Executive Producer: Debbie Nightingale, Key Cast: Kris Holden Reid, Aaron Webber, Mayko Nguyen

“We were able to bring together a great cast from across the country, including Kris Holden Reid (The Tudors, Touch of Pink), Aaron Webber (A Whole New Thing, A Stone’s Throw), Mayko Nguyen (ReGenesis), and many others,” says Producer Alyson Richards.

“Having Bruce MacDonald as a mentor was invaluable. He helped guide me around a lot of the problems young directors face and continually encouraged me to trust my instincts. It’s a better film for it,” says Writer/Director Garfield Lindsay Miller.

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Headline, Industry News

Super Channel picks up The Nightingale Company’s new feature film, “The Last Year”

TORONTO June 23, 2008 – The Nightingale Company is pleased to announce Super Channel has acquired the first broadcast window for Canadian television rights to air their new dramatic feature film The Last New Year.

The Last New Year is the story of a diverse group of 20-somethings who share only one thing in common – each other. In high school, ten friends made a pact that every New Year’s Eve they would reunite. After eight years, what started as a simple house party developed into a sacred tradition, and although the friends have grown apart, the annual event always brings them back together. However, this New Year’s Eve things are different. One of the group’s core members has mysteriously disappeared, leaving the rest of the group clueless as to what happened, where he is, or if he is even still alive. Despite the shadow of their loss and the mystery that surrounds his disappearance, the group valiantly attempts to keep the party going.

“Super Channel is committed to bringing our subscribers quality Canadian programming and we are happy to be able to work with The Nightingale Company on The Last New Year,” said Justin Rebelo, Super Channel Director of Canadian Programming. “This film is just the sort production that highlights the quality that comes from Canadian talent.”

Key Creatives
Writer/Director: Garfield Lindsay Miller, Co Writer: Casey Austin, Producer Alyson Richards, Executive Producer: Debbie Nightingale, Key Cast: Kris Holden Reid, Aaron Webber, Mayko Nguyen

“We were able to bring together a great cast from across the country, including Kris Holden Reid (The Tudors, Touch of Pink), Aaron Webber (A Whole New Thing, A Stone’s Throw), Mayko Nguyen (ReGenesis), and many others,” says Producer Alyson Richards.

“Having Bruce MacDonald as a mentor was invaluable. He helped guide me around a lot of the problems young directors face and continually encouraged me to trust my instincts. It’s a better film for it,” says Writer/Director Garfield Lindsay Miller.

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