​MOLLY MAXWELL to Have World Premiere at Palm Springs International Film Festival

By CFC Staff January 03, 2013 22:00


The 2013 Palm Springs International Film Festival is underway. Making its World Premiere is MOLLY MAXWELL, one of CFC Features' latest films. The film screens Sunday, January 6 at 1:30 pm, and Monday, January 7 at 7:30 pm.

MOLLY MAXWELL is written and directed by Sara St. Onge, produced by Aeschylus Poulos, John Nadalin, and Mark Van de Ven, and edited by Stephen Philipson ('02). Starring are Lola Tash, CFC Actors Conservatory alumnus Charlie Carrick ('11), Krista Bridges, and Rob Stewart.

In an alternative school world of prodigies, talents, and unique individuals, Molly Maxwell (Tash) feels decidedly ordinary. With family and friends eagerly waiting to see how she distinguishes herself, she finds herself unable to commit to any path for fear she'll let the world down. When her young, handsome, slightly disillusioned English teacher (Carrick) enters the picture and relieves the pressure, Molly is suddenly able to flourish. But when their student-teacher bond becomes more intimate, Molly risks alienating everyone she loves on the road to figuring out just what makes her special.

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CFC Features supported by CityTV and Entertainment One Development supported by Government of Ontario
Production supported by The Movie Network and Movie Central Distribution supported by Entertainment One


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