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IndustryWorks Pictures at TIFF continues to stand apart from their larger counterparts with American Mary

Vancouver, BC- September, 2012 - Fresh off the release of the widely praised thriller/horror feature “American Mary”, IndustryWorks Pictures, is proving it can not only keep up with its larger counterparts in the entertainment industry-it can surpass them with their keen eye for talent. Some of the press IndustryWorks Pictures’ most recent project has garnered includes accolades from international media outlets, including Fangoria, Total Film, Dread Central, Twitch Film, Bloody Disgusting and Daily Dead along with mainstream trades such as Daily Screen and Time Out. The film is currently set to screen at a number of renowned film festivals internationally, but unfortunately, TIFF missed the opportunity to screen this festival gem when they passed on the critically acclaimed film. “American Mary” recently premiered on the big screen at Fright Fest UK-Europe’s largest Horror Genre Film Festival. Some of the upcoming festivals the film will be featured at include: Fantastic Fest in US, Sitges in Spain, and even inquiries from Sundance.

Canadian fans will get the chance to see the film in theatres and other media outlets later this year, keep your eyes peeled. “American Mary” was recently picked up by Universal Pictures at Cannes and is set for distribution in a number of international territories, including UK and Germany. Discussions with a number of theatrical distributors in the US are under well underway and are expected to be concluded by festival end.

This feature follows in a long line of recent productions found, developed, produced and released by IndustryWorks. Other recent projects of note include the new TV series shooting this fall “The Lost Legion” (also picked up by Alliance, SuperChannel and other major distributors, to be announced at TIFF), the animated feature “Back to the Sea” with an exclusive window at Walmart through Viva Pictures, and the upcoming feature film TOXIN 3D, to name a few. IndustryWorks is quickly proving that the size of the company isn’t a determination of success, as they continue to produce quality, unique, audience-pleasing projects that sell. IndustryWorks sets itself apart from its larger competition by having the keen sense of seeing potential in the right projects, and turning that potential into a production to take notice of – which is why they have major international distributors paying close attention.

“American Mary” stars Katharine Isabelle (Ginger Snaps’ franchise) and Antonio Cupo (Dark Angel, Bomb Girls) in a story of medical student, Mary Mason (Isabelle), as she grows increasingly broke and disenchanted with medical school and the surgeons that she once admired. The allure of easy money and notoriety sends Mary into the messy world of underground surgeries that leaves more marks on Mary than her so-called ‘freakish’ clientele. The film is directed by newly crowned horror genre royalty, The Twisted Twins, Jen & Sylvia Soska and was produced by Evan Tylor and John Curtis.

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Front Page, Industry News

IndustryWorks Pictures at TIFF continues to stand apart from their larger counterparts with American Mary

Vancouver, BC- September, 2012 - Fresh off the release of the widely praised thriller/horror feature “American Mary”, IndustryWorks Pictures, is proving it can not only keep up with its larger counterparts in the entertainment industry-it can surpass them with their keen eye for talent. Some of the press IndustryWorks Pictures’ most recent project has garnered includes accolades from international media outlets, including Fangoria, Total Film, Dread Central, Twitch Film, Bloody Disgusting and Daily Dead along with mainstream trades such as Daily Screen and Time Out. The film is currently set to screen at a number of renowned film festivals internationally, but unfortunately, TIFF missed the opportunity to screen this festival gem when they passed on the critically acclaimed film. “American Mary” recently premiered on the big screen at Fright Fest UK-Europe’s largest Horror Genre Film Festival. Some of the upcoming festivals the film will be featured at include: Fantastic Fest in US, Sitges in Spain, and even inquiries from Sundance.

Canadian fans will get the chance to see the film in theatres and other media outlets later this year, keep your eyes peeled. “American Mary” was recently picked up by Universal Pictures at Cannes and is set for distribution in a number of international territories, including UK and Germany. Discussions with a number of theatrical distributors in the US are under well underway and are expected to be concluded by festival end.

This feature follows in a long line of recent productions found, developed, produced and released by IndustryWorks. Other recent projects of note include the new TV series shooting this fall “The Lost Legion” (also picked up by Alliance, SuperChannel and other major distributors, to be announced at TIFF), the animated feature “Back to the Sea” with an exclusive window at Walmart through Viva Pictures, and the upcoming feature film TOXIN 3D, to name a few. IndustryWorks is quickly proving that the size of the company isn’t a determination of success, as they continue to produce quality, unique, audience-pleasing projects that sell. IndustryWorks sets itself apart from its larger competition by having the keen sense of seeing potential in the right projects, and turning that potential into a production to take notice of – which is why they have major international distributors paying close attention.

“American Mary” stars Katharine Isabelle (Ginger Snaps’ franchise) and Antonio Cupo (Dark Angel, Bomb Girls) in a story of medical student, Mary Mason (Isabelle), as she grows increasingly broke and disenchanted with medical school and the surgeons that she once admired. The allure of easy money and notoriety sends Mary into the messy world of underground surgeries that leaves more marks on Mary than her so-called ‘freakish’ clientele. The film is directed by newly crowned horror genre royalty, The Twisted Twins, Jen & Sylvia Soska and was produced by Evan Tylor and John Curtis.

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Front Page, Industry News

IndustryWorks Pictures at TIFF continues to stand apart from their larger counterparts with American Mary

Vancouver, BC- September, 2012 - Fresh off the release of the widely praised thriller/horror feature “American Mary”, IndustryWorks Pictures, is proving it can not only keep up with its larger counterparts in the entertainment industry-it can surpass them with their keen eye for talent. Some of the press IndustryWorks Pictures’ most recent project has garnered includes accolades from international media outlets, including Fangoria, Total Film, Dread Central, Twitch Film, Bloody Disgusting and Daily Dead along with mainstream trades such as Daily Screen and Time Out. The film is currently set to screen at a number of renowned film festivals internationally, but unfortunately, TIFF missed the opportunity to screen this festival gem when they passed on the critically acclaimed film. “American Mary” recently premiered on the big screen at Fright Fest UK-Europe’s largest Horror Genre Film Festival. Some of the upcoming festivals the film will be featured at include: Fantastic Fest in US, Sitges in Spain, and even inquiries from Sundance.

Canadian fans will get the chance to see the film in theatres and other media outlets later this year, keep your eyes peeled. “American Mary” was recently picked up by Universal Pictures at Cannes and is set for distribution in a number of international territories, including UK and Germany. Discussions with a number of theatrical distributors in the US are under well underway and are expected to be concluded by festival end.

This feature follows in a long line of recent productions found, developed, produced and released by IndustryWorks. Other recent projects of note include the new TV series shooting this fall “The Lost Legion” (also picked up by Alliance, SuperChannel and other major distributors, to be announced at TIFF), the animated feature “Back to the Sea” with an exclusive window at Walmart through Viva Pictures, and the upcoming feature film TOXIN 3D, to name a few. IndustryWorks is quickly proving that the size of the company isn’t a determination of success, as they continue to produce quality, unique, audience-pleasing projects that sell. IndustryWorks sets itself apart from its larger competition by having the keen sense of seeing potential in the right projects, and turning that potential into a production to take notice of – which is why they have major international distributors paying close attention.

“American Mary” stars Katharine Isabelle (Ginger Snaps’ franchise) and Antonio Cupo (Dark Angel, Bomb Girls) in a story of medical student, Mary Mason (Isabelle), as she grows increasingly broke and disenchanted with medical school and the surgeons that she once admired. The allure of easy money and notoriety sends Mary into the messy world of underground surgeries that leaves more marks on Mary than her so-called ‘freakish’ clientele. The film is directed by newly crowned horror genre royalty, The Twisted Twins, Jen & Sylvia Soska and was produced by Evan Tylor and John Curtis.

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