THE FROZEN GOOSE - UPDATES
Very excited to announce a CROSS CANADA distribution agreement with one of Canada's leading educational distributors. Soon schools, libraries and other learning institutions will be able to order The FROZEN GOOSE DVDs directly. Once the particulars are available, will publish connecting link here for educators to pursue. The FROZEN GOOSE will be included in the FALL 2017 CATALOGUE.
In other news, a one time broadcast deal has been stuck with COGECO Halton. They have exclusive rights to broadcast The FROZEN GOOSE to their subscribers during Remembrance Week, (first week in November). If you are a COGECO subscriber in the Halton/Oakville/Burlington region, be sure to watch out for it. If not, you can still access this "amazing film" (Nathan Fleet, Hamilton Film Festival ) via our on-line 'pay per view' portal here: https://thefrozengoose.vhx.tv.
For Immediate Release ... July, 2016
MLH Productions - presents short all-Canadian film -The FROZEN GOOSE
Starring acting veterans Leslie Gray, Rod McTaggart & the enigmatic John Fort
- and Introducing young Canadian talent, Hannah Ralph & Cameron Brindle.
How does a rural Canadian family re-group in the aftermath of The Great War? Tom, a broken returning soldier from Vimy Ridge, France, tries to comfort his best friend's widow, Helen, only to sadly alienate her and her children, Bella and Charlie. "He's such a grump!" - Over the course of 24 hours, resourceful Bella hatches a plan to help her mother cope. But things soon fall apart in the lingering shadows of a devastating war ...
Film Specs: 25 minutes, 1080 HD, 16:9, stereo, colour Original Music performed by fiddler extraordinaire, David MacLean and the irrepressible folk group, Whiskey Epiphany.
Writer/Director Margaret Lindsay Holton, award-winning Canadian 'outsider' artist & author of 10 book works, launches her timely tale to global audience on the eve of WW1 Centenary.
Suitable for Audience: FAMILY, CHILDREN, PARENTS, ADULTS, SENIORS
Canadian Classification: Arts & Culture
Now listed on IMDb: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt5538556/
Facebook fanpage: https://www.facebook.com/TheFrozenGoose/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/thefrozengoose
Canadian Premiere - (note - Two SCREENINGS - includes 'live' musical intermission by Whiskey Epiphany & fiddler, David MacLean, followed by Q&A with Cast/Director):
Sunday, SEPT 11th, 2016, 3-5pm ==== at Art Gallery of Burlington, Ontario, Canada
Effective July 31st, at midnight, tickets to screenings will be available via on-line ticket retailer, at: - https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/the-frozen-goose-canadian-premiere-at-art-gallery-of-burlington-ontario-tickets-26037813802
Limited First Edition DVDs (including Blooper & Behind-the-Scenes reel) are available via http://mlhproductions.weebly.com .
See Teasers & OFFICIAL Trailer on MLH Productions Youtube portal: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVrpc14D5u1MLh5u5tJbQ6w
For interviews, additional photos, or distribution opportunities - please contact:
Margaret Lindsay Holton
MLH Productions - 905-393-5106 / Email: email@example.com
17 Main Street, 1425, Waterdown, Ontario, Canada, L0R 2H0
Nice interview done with The Crazy Mind, May 11th, 2016, about the making of this film - includes plot line and character development.
Link here: http://www.thecrazymind.com/2016/05/the-frozen-goose.html
We've been having some 'serious fun' over the past few days putting together a couple of critical 'set up' shots for the production. One shot entailed the rising of a bloody hand on a battlefield during a snowstorm ...
After several hours of 'make-up' this male hand (note wedding band) does the trick. It creates just the right amount of foreboding, despair - and hope - in a world gone mad with war ...
Stay tuned for more Behind-the Scenes updates.
Merry Christmas to you all - from the cast and crew at The Frozen Goose.
Have been scouring for just the Right 'Look' for our talented cast. Have even commissioned a few items critical to the script, for young Hannah Ralph, aka 'Bella' - gorgeous ruby red wool-knit mittens - with matching head-scarf and 'chapeau' ...