Scandal stars Alyssa Milano as a woman who is put into a strange world of conspiracy and intrigue when she gets an invitation to attend a dinner party that goes horribly wrong.
The film, which has already been released in Toronto, is currently in the running for the Toronto International Film Festival.
It is directed by Michael Green.
Scandal opens in the Calgary Film Festival on Thursday, March 13.
Here’s what you need to know about the film: 1.
The premise is that Scandal was originally intended to be a thriller, but the production team had to alter the film’s plotline after filming became too long and too depressing.
“The story of Scandal revolves around a woman, Alyssae Milano, who is in love with a man she’s been trying to find for a long time,” said producer-director Michael Green in a statement.
“She comes to Calgary with the help of her mother, who was brought into the film to help.
She sets out on a journey of discovery and comes across many of the town’s most iconic landmarks and characters.”
The plot of Scandals revolves around the death of a town councillor in the 1920s, but Green has said that the film doesn’t dwell on that.
“It’s a story of what it means to be an outsider,” he said.
“I feel like there’s a lot of people in this town that don’t feel like they belong.
There’s a kind of a sense of entitlement in this world that we’re all supposed to be.
There is no room for a lot.
We’re all just on this island that’s called the Canadian Dream.”
The production team is also aiming to create an original story, with a lot more emotion and character development.
“Scandal is about what it’s like to be part of a community where you’re supposed to believe in things that you’re told are true, and it’s about people who are really in control of their lives,” Green said.
Scandals was also shot on location in Scenic Park, in downtown Calgary.
Green said that they shot the film in the downtown Calgary community of East Calgary, a project that has received a lot praise from the community.
“We shot a lot in downtown downtown Calgary because it’s a hub for the arts and we wanted to get into that community,” Green explained.
“In this day and age, downtown Calgary is the best place to shoot a film, but it’s also a big area for drugs and prostitution.”
The producers plan to use special effects, including CG to create a surreal, dreamlike look for the film.
Green also talked about how the production has had to change some of the locations for the story to fit into the city.
“There were a lot fewer people in the city at the beginning of the film,” Green shared.
“So we had to make a lot less of the city.”
The story of the story involves a group of characters who get involved in a conspiracy.
The movie also explores the role of the internet in the story, as well as the history of the Scandal franchise.
“People don’t want to talk about the Scandals because they think it’s all about them,” Green told CBC.
“But people who watch the film understand that it’s more about the people who were involved.
The people who created Scandal, the people that brought it to Canada.”
The script is written by Oscar winner David O. Russell, who won an Emmy for his work on the TV series Lost, The Americans and Grey’s Anatomy.
Russell said that he has an idea for what happens to the town that Alyssah is from, but that he wants to explore the characters in a more personal way.
“As an actor, you can tell a story and make it into something that’s about you, and to me that’s what this movie is,” he explained.
Alyssay Milano is not only the star of Scranton, Pennsylvania, but she also stars in the film as well.
“This is a story that has a real story,” Green revealed.
“When I first read it, I thought it was going to be about some sort of conspiracy, but I wanted it to be more about people.”
The actors are currently in Calgary filming, which Green said will be completed in the spring.
“Every year is so exciting for the production of Scabies,” he added.
“If you go on any production of the Calgary film festival, you see a lot and it really shows that it is a community that is a haven for the industry.”
Scabies, which is currently shooting in Toronto and is slated for release on March 15, is the second film Green has helmed.
He co-wrote The New Girl with Sarah Polley and co-directed the documentary The Lost City of