The Corruption Of Divine Providence a new thriller from writer director Jeremy Torrie has been acquired by Hollywood Suite.
Set in western Manitoba, the film explores what happens when a messenger from God tests the character of humanity. When a sixteen year old stigmatic Métis girl is kidnapped from a small French Canadian town where division and discontent lurk beneath the surface, different religious factions vie for control over her upon her eventual return.
It stars Elyse Levesque (Ready or Not), Ali Skovbye (Firefly Lane), Tantoo Cardinal (Fall Around Her), David La Haye (Bad Blood), Corey Sevier (Immortals), Eugene Brave Rock (Wonder Woman) and Paul Amos (Assassin’s Creed).
“I’m ecstatic to see Hollywood Suite premiere The Corruption of Divine Providence to all Canadians. They’ve been an incredible supporter of my maturation as a filmmaker and Indigenous cinema as a whole,” added Jeremy Torrie (Waabishki Makwa).
“We are proud to support Indigenous storytellers at Hollywood Suite and look forward to sharing Jeremy’s thought-provoking film and compelling perspective with our audience,” said Sharon Stevens, VP Programming Hollywood Suite.
The film was nominated for multiple awards on the international film festival circuit. The list includes the Nice International Film Festival, the Whistler Film Festival, and the Julien Dubuque International Film Festival,
The Corruption of Divine Providence won Best International Narrative Feature at the Garden State Film Festival. Stars Ali Skovbye and Elyse Levesque were selected as “Stars to Watch” at the 2020 Whistler International Film Festival.
The Corruption of Divine Providence will premiere on November 4 at 9pm on Hollywood Suite. New customers wanting to sign up can follow this link for more information.
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The Corruption of Divine Providence is now available via On Demand.