We’re very excited to officially announce that North Country Cinema’s second feature film is now in full production. Writer/director Alexander Carson’s film O, Brazen Age has secured financial support from Telefilm Canada and the Canada Council for the Arts, and has recently begun filming in rural Quebec.

Part coming-of-age story, part art-cinema meditation on photography, souvenirs, and collections, O, Brazen Age creates a tender and haunting portrait of friendship and faith in the 21st century. The film follows a group of Toronto artists in their twenties on a search for new mythologies, invoking a cinematic landscape where classical music and literature collide with new wave aesthetics and 90’s pastiche.

O, Brazen Age is produced by Jeff Hanes, Alexander Carson, and Kyle Thomas at North Country Cinema. The film is currently targeted for festival release in 2015, and a broader release the following year. More news soon!

Lauren Saarimaki as Charlie

Photo: Benjamin Carson


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