Daniel Garber talks to stars Mark Rendall and Nicholas Campbell about their new film ALGONQUIN

Posted in Acting, Canada, comedy, Coming of Age, Cultural Mining, Drama, Movies, Uncategorized, Wilderness by CulturalMining.com on April 11, 2014

 

Hi, this is Daniel Garber at the Movies for culturalmining.com and CIUT 89.5 FM.

Nicholas Campbell Mark Rendall, Algonquin 3 photo © Daniel GarberJake is an unhappy schoolteacher and wannabe writer in small town Ontario. But his life is turned upside down when his troublesome, absentee dad Leif suddenly Nicholas Campbell Mark Rendall, Algonquin 1 photo © Daniel Garber 1re-appears in his life. He wants Jake to drop everything and follow him up to a cabin in the woods. Why? There’s a project to complete, secrets to reveal, and loose ends to tie up. The cottage is located in Algonquin Park – and Algonquin is the name of the new Canadian film opening today in Toronto.

The father and son are played by TV and film stars Nicholas Campbell (Da Vinci Inquest) and Mark Rendall (Child Star). I speak to them Algonquin the Movie Afficheabout parks, cottages, hucksters, wimps, quests, coming-of-age dramas, the Group of Seven… and a big blue heron!

 

 

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