Apocalyptic Thriller 'Riot Girls' Gets Cast, Sales Deals, Canada Shoot (Exclusive)

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Apocalyptic Thriller 'Riot Girls' Gets Cast, Sales Deals, Canada Shoot (Exclusive)


Wiseman, Andreas, Screen International


Shoot is underway on Jovanka Vuckovic’s feature from Belle and Insidious exec producers.

Madison Iseman and Paloma Kwiatkowski

Shoot is underway in Canada on post-apocalyptic thriller Riot Girls.

Set in an alternate 1995, after a mysterious disease has wiped out all of the adults, two gangs are pitted against each other in a brutal war for territory, resources and survival.

Directed by Jovanka Vuckovic (XX) and written by Katherine Collins (Netflix’s Lost In Space), the film will star Madison Iseman (Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle) and Paloma Kwiatkowski (Richard Says Goodbye) in the lead roles.

Producer is Lauren Grant (Wet Bum) of Clique Pictures with executive producers comprising Brian Kavanaugh-Jones (Insidious) and Chris Ferguson of Oddfellows Entertainment, Phil Hunt and Compton Ross of Head Gear Films (Belle), John Bain of Search Engine Films, Mark Gringas and John Laing of Urban Post Production, Michael Roban, Vuckovic and Collins. Sandra Yee Ling is co-executive producing.

Financing comes from Telefilm Canada, Head Gear Films, Northern Ontario Heritage Fund Corporation, Ontario Media Development Corporation, Search Engine Films, Urban Post Production, Clique Pictures, She Wolf Films and the Harold Greenberg Fund. …

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