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Congratulations to 2021 Directors Guild of Canada Award Nominees Anne de Léan and Jean Bécotte for the Thriller Within These Walls. 

Montreal, July 9, 2021 – Incendo is delighted to congratulate 2021 DGC Award nominees and creative talents Anne de Léan and Jean Bécotte for their contribution to the television movie Within These Walls. Anne has been nominated in the category of Outstanding Directorial Achievement, and Jean for Best Production Design, both in the Movies for Television and Mini-Series group. 

With over 200 submissions in the Television category at this year’s awards, heartfelt congratulates are sent to all nominees for their exceptional creative achievement and significant contribution to the Canadian entertainment industry. 

Winners will be celebrated at the 20th Annual Awards ceremony this fall and an announcement from the DGC will follow in the coming weeks as to the venue and date for the awards presentation. 

Within These Walls – Single mother Mel has a great life. She lives with her boyfriend, Ben, and her daughter, Brook, in a beautiful house, she has a thriving career, and good friends. But her state of tranquility is disrupted when she and Ben break up. After he moves out, strange things start happening around the house that threaten her safety, her security, and her well-being. As Mel struggles to cope, she begins to wonder if Ben was her protector… or something far more sinister. 

The film is currently available on Crave in Canada. 

About Incendo 

Incendo is a Canadian company that specializes in the production and international distribution of high-quality television programming for the worldwide marketplace. Since its inception in 2001, the company has produced compelling movies, television series as well as documentaries that have been sold throughout the world. Incendo is the leading television distribution company in Canada and also handles theatrical distribution in Québec for Paramount Pictures. For more information, visit www.incendo.ca. 

Social Media Links: Twitter | Facebook | YouTube | Vimeo 

About the Directors Guild of Canada (DGC) 

The Directors Guild of Canada (DGC) is a national labour organization that represents over 5,500 key creative and logistical personnel in the screen-based industry covering all areas of direction, design, production and editing. The DGC negotiates and administers collective agreements and lobbies extensively on issues of concern for members including Canadian content conditions, CRTC regulations and ensuring that funding is maintained for Canadian film & television programming. 

For Media Inquiries please contact: 

Effi Eustace | Vice-President, Sales & Marketing 

e.eustace@incendo.ca | (416) 565-5529 

Alana Doria | Marketing Assistant 

alana.doria@incendo.ca | (647) 274-4773 

Incendo Begins Principal Photography on the Uniquely Sweet Romantic Comedy Film Farmer Seeking Love. 

Montreal, July 6, 2021 – Production began yesterday in Montreal on Farmer Seeking Love, Incendo’s seventh film of the 2021 slate. 

This Romantic Comedy features Canadian actors Donna Benedicto (Supergirl, Almost Human, Supernatural) and Jesse Hutch (Batwoman, The Butterfly Effect, Project Blue Book). Written by Gemma Holdway, Incendo is delighted to re-partner with visionary director Caroline Labrèche. Ian Whitehead will produce the film; Graham Ludlow is Supervising Producer; Executive Producers are Jean Bureau and Ian Whitehead. 

Farmer Seeking Love As a talented producer for the dating reality-TV show, ‘Head Over Heels’, Claire Bardoz’s days are spent behind the curtain, focused on producing the epic love stories of her contestants, all the while living vicariously through her own lacking love life. Looking to spice up the show format for their next season, Claire is elated when she receives an application from Joe Bennett, a ruggedly handsome farmer looking to be their next suitor. Thinking this could be the fresh take the show needs, Claire leaves the bustling streets of New York City and heads to Joe’s farm to officially cast him as their next bachelor and get him camera-ready. Upon arrival, Claire learns that Joe’s sister Addison submitted his application for the show, completely unbeknownst to him. As a massive fan of ‘Head Over Heels’, Addison sincerely wants to see her brother find love, and Joe begrudgingly agrees to participate after learning the TV show will not only film on his farm, but also pay for some much-needed upgrades. Through a romantically themed progression of screen tests, casting selections, and extravagant small-town date experiences, Claire earns Joe’s trust with the process, and he in turn inspires her greatest potential. As their time together leads up to filming the show’s first episode, it becomes evidently clear that deep-seeded feelings between Claire and Joe have harvested into a reality that does not require an audience or end credits. 

Incendo has completed production on six Rom Coms this year with several additional films in pre-production, and a collection of original, multi-genre content in various stages of development for the remainder of 2021. 

About Incendo 

Incendo is a Canadian company that specializes in the production and international distribution of high-quality television programming for the worldwide marketplace. Since its inception in 2001, the company has produced compelling movies, television series as well as documentaries that have been sold throughout the world. Incendo is the leading television distribution company in Canada and also handles theatrical distribution in Québec for Paramount Pictures. For more information, visit www.incendo.ca. 

Social Media Links: Twitter | Facebook | YouTube | Vimeo 

For Media Inquiries please contact: 

Effi Eustace | Vice-President, Sales & Marketing e.eustace@incendo.ca | (416) 565-5529 

Alana Doria | Marketing Assistant 

alana.doria@incendo.ca | (647) 274-4773 

Incendo Begins Principal Photography on When Love Blooms, a Compelling Romantic Comedy Film Being Shot in Montreal. 

Montreal, May 25, 2021 – Production begins today in Montreal on When Love Blooms, Incendo’s sixth film of the 2021 slate. 

This Romantic Comedy stars Canadian actress Sarah Power (Good Witch, Killjoys, American Gothic) and Thomas Cadrot (Debris, The Good Doctor, Firefly Lane). Written by Jack Waz, Incendo extends a warm welcome to director Éric Tessier. Samantha Ellison will produce the film; Executive Producers are Jean Bureau and Ian Whitehead. 

When Love Blooms Risk management analyst Ann Keller’s world is full of facts and figures. Just as she hopes to add some creativity back into her life, her father Tom has a minor accident and Ann winds up back in her hometown of Franklin Heights, a place she left years before in pursuit of a career in the big city. During her stay, Ann discovers that Tom has secretly become a competitive flower arranger and was set to compete in the upcoming ‘Botanic Cup’. Deciding the best way to help him out – and scratch her creative itch – they both agree that Ann, through a loophole in the competition rules, will participate on her dad’s behalf with the help of Aaron Blum, Franklin Heights charming resident florist. Its big city versus small town as Ann and Aaron put their opposing perspectives aside. Their effort pays off, with Ann qualifying for the final round of the competition, ultimately leading to a newfound friendship and a chance for them to compete in the finals. And much like a flower bud thriving in the right environment, Ann and Aaron’s time together cultivates into a blooming romance. 

Incendo has successfully wrapped production on five Rom Coms this year with several additional films in pre-production, and a collection of original, multi-genre content in various stages of development for the remainder of 2021. 

About Incendo 

Incendo is a Canadian company that specializes in the production and international distribution of high-quality television programming for the worldwide marketplace. Since its inception in 2001, the company has produced compelling movies, television series as well as documentaries that have been sold throughout the world. Incendo is the leading television distribution company in Canada and also handles theatrical distribution in Québec for Paramount Pictures. For more information, visit www.incendo.ca. 

For Media Inquiries please contact: 

Effi Eustace | Vice-President, Sales & Marketing e.eustace@incendo.ca | (416) 565-5529 

Alana Doria | Marketing Assistant 

alana.doria@incendo.ca | (647) 274-4773 

Congratulations to 2021 Canadian Screen Award Winners in the TV Movie Category: Sarah Pellerin – Best Direction, Barbara Kymlicka – Best Writing, Glass Houses, and Kim Shaw – Best Lead Performance, The Lead.

May 21, 2021 – Incendo is delighted to congratulate Sarah Pellerin (Best Direction, Glass Houses), Barbara Kymlicka (Best Writing, Glass Houses) and Kim Shaw (Best Lead Performance, The Lead) as recipients of the coveted 2021 Canadian Screen Award in each of their nominated TV Movie categories. Winners were announced via live stream on Wednesday, May 19. 

Glass Houses – Teenage babysitter Carrie Dawson has a chip on her shoulder following a humiliating family scandal. When she finds out that neighborhood Queen Bee Madeline Cooper may be to blame, she is determined to exact revenge…even if it means discovering and exposing Madeline’s own scandalous secret. As Carrie gets closer to the truth, will Madeline’s world come tumbling down? 

The Lead – Sasha Bruder has always wanted to be a star news reporter. Working her way up the ladder at a local TV station, she often covers community events but dreams of covering a bigger story. However, when she is kidnapped and held captive, she suddenly becomes the story. Her dramatic escape is all anyone can talk about, and yet, who would want to kidnap her and why? Sasha soon learns that she might not be as safe as she thought. Nothing is as it seems in the cutthroat world of TV news and the threat may be closer to home than originally suspected. 

Both films are currently available to stream on Crave in Canada. 

About Incendo 

Incendo is a Canadian company that specializes in the production and international distribution of high-quality television programming for the worldwide marketplace. Since its inception in 2001, the company has produced compelling movies, television series as well as documentaries that have been sold throughout the world. Incendo is the leading television distribution company in Canada and also handles theatrical distribution in Québec for Paramount Pictures. For more information, visit www.incendo.ca. 

About the Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television 

The Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television is the largest non-profit professional arts organization in Canada. We are dedicated to recognizing, advocating for, and celebrating Canadian talent in the film, television, and digital media sectors. Our more than 4,000 members encompass industry icons and professionals, emerging artists, and students. Collectively, we deliver professional development programs and networking opportunities that foster industry growth, inclusion, and mentorship. The Canadian Academy produces the Canadian Screen Awards, bringing together the screen-based industry annually to celebrate the country’s top talent in the film, television, and digital sectors at Canadian Screen Week. The Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television proudly acknowledges the support of its Premier Partner, Telefilm Canada; Platinum Partners, CBC and CTV; Principal Partner, Netflix; and its Lead Partners, the Canada Media Fund, Cineplex, and the Cogeco Fund. 

For Media Inquiries please contact: 

Effi Eustace | Vice-President, Sales & Marketing 

e.eustace@incendo.ca | (416) 565-5529 

Alana Doria | Marketing Assistant 

alana.doria@incendo.ca | (647) 274-4773 

Incendo Begins Principal Photography on Two Additional Romantic Comedy Films: Written in the Stars, Co-Produced with Screentime New Zealand and The Secret Sauce, Filming in Montreal. 

Montreal, April 19, 2021 – Incendo and Screentime New Zealand have commenced production on Written in the Stars, featuring New Zealand actors Kimberley Crossman (Golden Boy, Funny Girls, Together Forever Tea) and David De Lautour (Wentworth, Westside, Touch). Written by David Elver and welcoming acclaimed director Thomas Robins, the film is being shot on location in New Zealand. Samantha Ellison, Tina McLaren and Bridget Bourke will produce the film; Executive Producers are Jean Bureau, Ian Whitehead and Philly de Lacey. 

Also starting today, production begins in Montreal on The Secret Sauce. This Rom Com stars Canadian actors Tori Anderson (Blindspot, Tru calling, You May Kiss the Bridesmaid) and Corey Sevier (North Shore, Lassie, Little Men). Written by Tatiana Krokar, Incendo will collaborate once again with director Philippe Gagnon. Ian Whitehead will produce the film; Graham Ludlow is Supervising Producer; Executive Producers are Jean Bureau and Ian Whitehead. 

Written in the Stars When Kelsey’s magazine approves her pitch about a sceptic’s take on love and horoscopes, she is teamed up with Astrology guru, Carter. Clearly from opposite worlds, they put their competing perspectives aside to work the story around a local meteor shower festival. Through both fact and fate, they soon unearth that love really can be written in the stars. 

The Secret Sauce Laura is a Chicago marketing executive sent to oversee a small mid-west town cook-off and entice Jim, the local barbecue joint owner, to let her license his family’s secret BBQ sauce. As two very different worlds collide, with a dash of trust and splash of mutual admiration, a new-found friendship slowly marinades into something much bolder and sweet. 

Both films are produced in association with Citytv to air as part of Citytv’s fan-favourite Fall in Love Fridays lineup. 

Incendo has wrapped production on its first three Rom Coms of the 2021 slate, with Written in the Stars and The Secret Sauce rounding out five completed films by mid-Spring, and a collection of compelling content in various stages of development for the remainder of the year. 

About Screentime New Zealand Limited 

Screentime has been at the forefront of New Zealand television production for almost 25 years, producing hundreds of hours of television and digital content for New Zealand and the world. As part of the world’s largest independent production group Banijay, Screentime works with global television partners on co-productions, showcasing our country to the world. 

About Incendo 

Incendo is a Canadian company that specializes in the production and international distribution of high-quality television programming for the worldwide marketplace. Since its inception in 2001, the company has produced compelling movies, television series as well as documentaries that have been sold throughout the world. Incendo is the leading television distribution company in Canada and also handles theatrical distribution in Québec for Paramount Pictures. For more information, visit www.incendo.ca. 

For Media Inquiries please contact: 

Effi Eustace | Vice-President, Sales & Marketing e.eustace@incendo.ca | (416) 565-5529 

Congratulations to the 2021 Canadian Screen Award Nominees including Incendo’s Creative Partners: Anne de Léan, Barbara Kymlicka, Caroline Labrèche, James Phillips, Kim Shaw, Mark Rendall, Sarah Pellerin and Serge Desrosiers. 

Montreal, April 1, 2021 – With heartfelt congratulations, Incendo is delighted to celebrate the caliber of Canadian talent being recognized in this week’s 2021 Canadian Screen Awards nominations, including Incendo’s creative partners: 

Best Direction, TV Movie 

• Glass Houses – Director, Sarah Pellerin 

• Rule of 3 – Director, Caroline Labrèche 

• Within These Walls – Director, Anne de Léan 

Best Writing, TV Movie 

• Glass Houses – Writer, Barbara Kymlicka 

• Rule of 3 – Writer, James Phillips 

Best Photography, Drama 

• Within These Walls – Director of Photography, Serge Desrosiers 

Best Lead Performance, TV Movie 

• The Lead – Actress, Kim Shaw 

• No Good Deed – Actor, Mark Rendall 

Incendo also received two Best TV Movie nominations for the thrillers Glass Houses and No Good Deed (Executive Producer, Jean Bureau and Producer, Ian Whitehead), rounding out an unprecedented ten nominations in five major categories. All mentioned films are currently available to stream on Crave in Canada. 

The awards will be presented as a seven-part genre-based series of presentations streamed live on Academy.ca, as well as the Canadian Academy Twitter and YouTube channels from Monday, May 17 through Thursday, May 20. 

Incendo congratulates all nominees for their creative achievement and significant contribution to the Canadian entertainment industry. 

About Incendo 

Incendo is a Canadian company that specializes in the production and international distribution of high-quality television programming for the worldwide marketplace. Since its inception in 2001, the company has produced compelling movies, television series as well as documentaries that have been sold throughout the world. Incendo is the leading television distribution company in Canada and also handles theatrical distribution in Québec for Paramount Pictures. For more information, visit www.incendo.ca. 

About the Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television 

The Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television is the largest non-profit professional arts organization in Canada. We are dedicated to recognizing, advocating for, and celebrating Canadian talent in the film, television, and digital media sectors. Our more than 4,000 members encompass industry icons and professionals, emerging artists, and students. Collectively, we deliver professional development programs and networking opportunities that foster industry growth, inclusion, and mentorship. 

The Canadian Academy produces the Canadian Screen Awards, bringing together the screen-based industry annually to celebrate the country’s top talent in the film, television, and digital sectors at Canadian Screen Week. 

The Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television proudly acknowledges the support of its Premier Partner, Telefilm Canada; Platinum Partners, CBC and CTV; Principal Partner, Netflix; and its Lead Partners, the Canada Media Fund, Cineplex, and the Cogeco Fund. 

For Media Inquiries please contact: 

Effi Eustace | Vice-President, Sales & Marketing 

e.eustace@incendo.ca | (416) 565-5529 

Incendo Begins Principal Photography on Two Romantic Comedy Films: Destination Love, Co-Produced with Screentime New Zealand and Sweet as Maple Syrup, Filming in Montreal. 

Montreal, March 15, 2021 – Upholding the success of safely completing its first 2021 production (Love Knots), Incendo has initiated principal photography on two additional Romantic Comedy films. Incendo and Screentime New Zealand have commenced production on Destination Love, featuring New Zealand actors Anna Hutchison (Robert the Bruce, Encounter, A Love Yarn) and Josh McKenzie (The Hopes & Dreams of Gazza Snell, Filthy Rich, Transplants). Written by John Banas and with a warm welcome to director Aidee Walker, the film is being shot on location in New Zealand. Bridget Bourke, Tina McLaren and Ian Whitehead will produce the film; Graham Ludlow is Supervising Producer; Executive Producers are Jean Bureau, Ian Whitehead and Philly de Lacey. 

Also starting today, production begins in Montreal on Sweet as Maple Syrup. This Rom Com stars Canadian actors Brooke Nevin (The Comebacks, Breakout Kings, Call Me Fitz) and Carlo Marks (Smallville, Pretty Little Liars, The Flash). Written by Julie Kim & Kariné Marwood, Incendo is thrilled to collaborate once again with visionary director Caroline Labrèche. Samantha Ellison will produce the film; Executive Producers are Jean Bureau and Ian Whitehead. 

Destination Love – Madison has the chance to pursue her love of event management when her two best friends announce their engagement. Finding a pre-planned wedding package on a remote island vineyard in New Zealand, Madison teams up with David, the handsome vineyard owner, to reimagine the event for her friends. Working closely together, they soon discover a potential pairing of their own. 

Sweet as Maple Syrup Rachelle is in a race against time when her family’s maple orchard starts to decline, just ahead of the upcoming Maple Syrup Festival. With the help of Derek, a professor of arboriculture, they combine her hands-on experience and his scientific knowledge to heal the orchard, along the way discovering their newfound friendship may have a sweet ending of its own. 

Both films are produced in association with Citytv, a Rogers Sports & Media channel, to air as part of Citytv’s fan-favourite Fall in Love Fridays lineup. 

Abiding by Covid-19 set-production protocols, Incendo strategically produced seven Romantic Comedy films in 2020. Nine additional movies are in various stages of prep for 2021, with fifteen slated for production in 2022. 

About Screentime New Zealand Limited 

Screentime has been at the forefront of New Zealand television production for almost 25 years, producing hundreds of hours of television and digital content for New Zealand and the world. As part of the world’s largest independent production group Banijay, Screentime works with global television partners on co-productions, showcasing our country to the world. 

About Incendo 

Incendo is a Canadian company that specializes in the production and international distribution of high-quality television programming for the worldwide marketplace. Since its inception in 2001, the company has produced compelling movies, television series as well as documentaries that have been sold throughout the world. Incendo is the leading television distribution company in Canada and also handles theatrical distribution in Québec for Paramount Pictures. For more information, visit www.incendo.ca. 

For Media Inquiries please contact: 

Effi Eustace | Vice-President, Sales & Marketing 

e.eustace@incendo.ca | (416) 565-5529 

Doug Barber earns a coveted Writers Guild of Canada Screenwriting Award Nomination for Incendo’s 2019 Thriller No Good Deed.

Montreal, March 10th, 2021 – Incendo is pleased to announce that Doug Barber is a 2021 WGC Screenwriting nominee in the MOW and Miniseries category, for his screenplay of the thriller film No Good Deed. Winners will be announced at a virtual ceremony on April 26th. 

This is the second WGC nomination for Doug, who received his first nomination in 2016 under the Best Writing in an MOW and Miniseries category for the Incendo film Kept Woman, alongside James Phillips. Doug and James also collectively won awards at both the 2017 and 2018 Leo Awards in the Best Screenwriting for Television category for the films Swept Under and Serialized

No Good Deed – Karen never planned on being a hero. A recent widow, she has her hands full with work and parenting her son Max. Then Karen saves Jeremy’s life during a drug store robbery and quickly discovers that the young man is intent on paying her back at any cost. At first, life starts improving for this good Samaritan, but as Jeremy’s efforts become more extreme, Karen starts to wonder if no good deed truly goes unpunished. 

The film is currently available on Crave in Canada. 

About Incendo 

Incendo is a Canadian company that specializes in the production and international distribution of high-quality television programming for the worldwide marketplace. Since its inception in 2001, the company has produced compelling movies, television series as well as documentaries that have been sold throughout the world. Incendo is the leading television distribution company in Canada and also handles theatrical distribution in Québec for Paramount Pictures. For more information, visit www.incendo.ca. 

Social Media Links: Twitter | Facebook | YouTube | Vimeo 

About the WGC Screenwriting Awards 

The WGC Screenwriting Awards are now in their 25th year of celebrating and acknowledging the best of the best in Canadian screenwriting and the all-important creators behind the most engaging and powerful Canadian-made series, films, documentaries and webseries 

For Media Inquiries please contact: 

Effi Eustace | Vice-President, Sales & Marketing 

e.eustace@incendo.ca | (416) 565-5529 

Incendo and Screentime NZ Commence Filming the movie “LOVE KNOTS” 

Montreal, February 1st, 2021 – Incendo and Screentime New Zealand are pleased to announce that they have commenced principal photography on LOVE KNOTS, starring New Zealand actress Brooke Williams (12 Monkeys; Les Chroniques de Shannara), as well as Matthew Walker (Alone in the Dark; Doomsday Prophecy) and Beth Alexander (Brokenwood; The Cul de Sac). LOVE KNOTS is being shot on location in New Zealand. 

LOVE KNOTS is written by John Banas. It is with great excitement that we welcome again the contribution of director Josh Frizzell (Together Forever Tea; Ablaze; Fresh Eggs). 

In LOVE KNOTS, Jodie Carpenter is the owner of ‘The Loft’, her family’s sail-making company located near quaint Redmond’s Bay Marina. When luxury developer Charles Prescott purchases the port looking to carry out a lavish expansion, Jodie fears that her business and heritage will be torn down and replaced. Joining forces with her friends and some of the town locals, Jodie fights to save the marina, all while vowing to launch a boat she and her father were refurbishing together before his untimely death. Meeting Will Calvin – the architect who developed the plans for the new marina – Jodie spends her time teaching him about the community and hopes he can harmonize his plans with local culture and traditions to ensure the sustainability of already established businesses. While clashing at first, it is not long before Jodie and Will discover their time together has steered into a friendship that ultimately sets sail for romance. 

LOVE KNOTS is produced in association with Citytv, a Rogers Sports & Media channel, to air as part of Citytv’s fan-favourite Fall in Love Fridays lineup. Samantha Ellison, Bridget Bourke and Tina McLaren will produce the film; Executive Producers are Jean Bureau, Ian Whitehead and Philly de Lacey. 

About Screentime New Zealand Limited 

Screentime has been at the forefront of New Zealand television production for almost 25 years, producing hundreds of hours of television and digital content for New Zealand and the world. As part of the world’s largest independent production group Banijay, Screentime works with global television partners on co-productions, showcasing our country to the world. 

About Incendo 

Incendo is a Canadian company that specializes in the production and international distribution of high quality television programming for the worldwide marketplace. Since its inception in 2001, the company has produced compelling movies, television series as well as documentaries that have been sold throughout the 1 Westmount Square, suite 850, Westmount (Quebec) H3Z 2P9 Tel: (514) 937-3333 • www.incendo.ca 

world. Through its joint venture with Twentieth Century Fox International Television (Fox/Incendo), Incendo is the leading television distribution company in Canada and also handles theatrical distribution in Québec for Paramount Pictures. As of April 2019, Incendo became a part of Groupe TVA. For more information, visit www.incendo.ca. 

Source: Incendo – Effi Eustace – e.eustace@incendo.ca 

Vice-President, Sales & Marketing – (416) 565-5529 

Incendo Completes Production on Five Romantic Comedy Films And Will Begin Production of 12 New Features

  

Montreal, October 29, 2020 – Set against newly adapted film production and COVID-19 health and wellness regulations, Incendo has safely completed production on the organization’s next slate of Rom Com films. The five movies have wrapped on-schedule by creating an innocuous filming environment, meticulously regulating all on-set health standards, and the collaborative efforts across production cast and crew. Incendo will begin production of an additional 12 features in early 2021. 

By choosing filming locations in Canada and New Zealand and strategically planned production, Incendo was able to keep safely on schedule. At the same time, these settings embody beautiful backdrops that exemplify the conceptual look, feel and unique authenticity essential for the genre. 

“Overcoming the obstacles of filming during a global pandemic has been challenging, and it is because of the exceptional hard work and dedication of our cast, crew and co-production partners that we were able to accomplish wrapping each production safely and on time, all the while maintaining the creativity we envisioned,” said Ian Whitehead, Head of Development and Production. “I am exceedingly proud of every individual who has had a hand in bringing these movies to life.” 

The completed television movies round out a record-setting number of produced features for Incendo since filming began in late July. 

A Love Yarn – Sophie, the owner of a quaint New Zealand yarn shop, learns that her top supplier is stopping production. When U.S. auditor Samuel comes to town, she has two weeks to learn about yarn spinning and raise enough money to buy the mill. As time runs out, Sophie finds herself at the crossroads of business and romance. 

You May Kiss the Bridesmaid – NYC food influencer Scarlett’s life gets put on hold when she returns to her hometown for her sister’s wedding. After losing the wedding venue, she must work with her childhood flame Liam, now the owner of her family home and B&B, to pull things off at the last minute. 

One of a Kind Love – Kyra’s jeweller aspirations are re-ignited when a shop becomes available in town. Learning that a mystery bidder is also interested in the space, she enters a jewellry contest to raise the money – just as her childhood nemesis and business magnate Aiden returns home. Working to mend their past, Kyra and Aiden discover their hopes and dreams may be aligned. 

Seasoned with Love – Winona’s chef status accelerates when she is invited to audition for a television show, but life take a turn when her car breaks down in small town New Holland. Renting a room from inn-owner Adam, Winona agrees to cook at the Spring Festival while her car gets fixed – soon grasping her love for the town…and one certain resident. 

Together Forever Tea – Marketing whiz Lara is summoned to the town of Kissing Falls to settle the affairs of her late aunt’s tea shop, ultimately switching course to fulfill her aunt’s wish of having her tea awarded by a council of sommeliers. Working with flower expert Matt, they recreate a ‘love potion’ tea, which may be intensely rewarding to both of them. 

About Incendo 

Incendo is a Canadian company that specializes in the production and international distribution of high quality television programming for the worldwide marketplace. Since its inception in 2001, the company has produced compelling movies, television series as well as documentaries that have been sold throughout the world. Incendo is the leading television distribution company in Canada and also handles theatrical distribution in Québec for Paramount Pictures. For more information, visit www.incendo.ca. 

Social Media Links: Twitter | Facebook | YouTube | Vimeo 

For Media Inquiries please contact: 

Effi Eustace | Vice-President, Sales & Marketing 

e.eustace@incendo.ca | (416) 565-5529 

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