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As promised in our recent story about The Killing Games getting set to have its world premiere at the Calgary International Film Festival, we now have an overflowing image gallery for the film for your perusal.
Barry J. Gillis’ The Killing Games is a disturbing feature film about a man whose wife is dying of a mysterious illness. He contemplates taking the law into his own hands after his daughter witnesses a double homicide and narrowly escapes the grasp of two serial killers. It was shot in Wabuman, Lac St. Anne, Alberta Beach, and Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. It stars Donald A. Morin, leading actor of the acclaimed French-Canadian feature film Windigo. It also stars Denmark’s Kim Sonderholm and Calgary actor Ace Hanna as the troubled Dr. Winters.
The Calgary International Film Festival is in its 13th great year. This year’s festival runs from September 20th-30th, and The Killing Games is screening Saturday, September 22nd, as part of the fest’s Late Show Series.
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