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THE VEGAS

PRODUCTION BEGINS ON ‘THE VEGAS’ Raphael Grosz-Harvey and Cristina Rosato to star in Canada-Argentina co-pro


Toronto, ON - Principal photography has begun on Alison Murray’s latest feature film THE VEGAS. The film is a co-production between Argentina and Canada that began filming in Toronto in February and moves this week to complete the majority of the production in Argentina. Raphael Grosz-Harvey (The Art of More, The Hummingbird Project) and Cristina Rosato (Mother!, City on a Hill) will lead the cast directed by Alison Murray (Caprichosos de San Telmo, TIFF 2015 selection; Mouth to Mouth, 'Best Feature' winner at the Brooklyn International Film Festival starring Ellen Page). Filming is expected to wrap in April.  The film is being produced by Cepa Audiovisual's Felicitas Raffo and Pamela Livia Delgado (Praça Paris, 2017 Rio Film Festival winner of Best Actress and Best Director; Nobody’s Watching) and JA Productions's Jessica Adams (Tammy’s Always Dying, 2019 Toronto International Film Festival selection starring Felicity Huffman; Astronaut, starring Richard Dreyfuss). THE VEGAS will be executive produced by The Film Farm’s Simone Urdl (Guest of Honour, TIFF 2019 selection starring David Thewlis and Luke Wilson; Chloe, starring Amanda Seyfried and Julianne Moore) and Jennifer Weiss (Octavio Is Dead!, starring Jessica Gadon; The Captive, starring Ryan Reynolds). It currently has no distributor attached. Davie Vega (Grosz-Harvey) is a bundle of apathy and cynicism. He bugs the crap out of his sister Diana (Rosato). Nonetheless, Diana wants them to make a trip to Buenos Aires together. It's city they left with their parents when they were still small children. The trip is a chance to reconcile their differences and for Davie to deal with his "issues". When they discover a vibrant nocturnal world of tango, Davie begins to transform, and they are forced to confront unsettling secrets and the reason their family fled Argentina so long ago.


Cristina Rosato


Cristina Rosato has been acting for more than 15 years in film, television, theatre and video games. In that time, she has an incredibly impressive resume with leading and supporting roles in many features as well as television. Rosato is a quadrilingual, classically trained actor working across the globe.


In 2020, we will see Cristina in the already critically acclaimed feature Mafia Inc. directed by one of Quebec's leading directors, Podz (Daniel Grou). The film recently had sold out screenings at the Palm Springs International Film Festival and was reviewed by Film Threat as “must-see mafia viewing." Her recent feature credits include Mother! (Darren Aronofsky) Little Italy (Donald Petrie), Bad Santa 2 (Mark Waters), Another Kind of Wedding (Pat Kiely) and Territories (Olivier Abbou), to name but a few.


Some of Rosato’s upcoming television credits include the Golden Globe nominated ABC series

The Good Doctor, as well as a starring role in Caroline Labreche directed tv movie No

Good Deed (Incendo). Rosato's recent credits include the newly acclaimed, timely

reboot of Party of Five (Freeform), as well as memorable guest stars in Tom Fontana's

new gritty series City on a Hill (Showtime), Bull (CBS), Blood & Treasure (CBS), and a

supporting role in the Canadian award-winning web series, Ghost BFF (WhoHaHa).

Rosato was born in Montreal, Quebec and now splits her time between New York. LA

and Vancouver.


Cristina is repped by CESD Talent Agency, Luber Roklin Entertainment, MCM

in Montreal and KC Talent in Vancouver.


Raphael Grosz-Harvey is a Canadian actor born and raised in Montreal.

He has appeared in over a dozen feature films including ON THE BASIS OF SEX, MIDWAY, THE

HUMMINGBIRD PROJECT, MOTHER!, WHITE HOUSE DOWN and X MEN: DARK PHOENIX.

Most recently Raphael wrapped DEATH OF A LADIES MAN opposite Gabriel Byrne, and will be

seen next alongside Josh Hartnett in the thriller TARGET NUMBER ONE, directed by fellow

Canadian Daniel Roby.


Notable television credits include recurring roles on the CBC series BELLEVUE, THE ART OF

MORE and Fox’s THE MOODYS with Dennis Quaid, Elizabeth Perkins and Jay Baruchel.


ALISON MURRAY


Mouth to Mouth, Alison Murray's fictional feature (writer/director) stars Oscar

Nominee Ellen Page. It premiered at the San Francisco International Film Festival and went on to win Best Feature Prizes at the Brooklyn International Film Festival, Berlin's Britspotting Festival, and Festival D'annonay, France.


Mouth to Mouth was released theatrically in the USA, UK, Canada and France. Her feature documentary Caprichosos de San Telmo, which she shot on location in Buenos Aires, premiered in the Toronto International Film Festival. Murray's documentary CARNY was broadcast on the Sundance Channel, Channel 4 UK and TVOntario. It premiered in the Hot Docs Festival in Toronto and won best

documentary in the Brooklyn International Film Festival. Train on the Brian is Murray's documentary for Channel 4 UK and TVOntario, in which she rode the rails across North America armed with a Super 8 Camera.


Murray's short films have been receiving critical acclaim since 1992, with commissions for BBC television as well as European broadcasts and an international tour compiled by the Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris. Between 1996 and 2002 Alison directed over twenty music videos for British pop acts and

was nominated for a CAD award for Best New Director in 1997, and for Best Pop

Video in 2003.


In 2014 Murray and her husband won first place in the Buenos Aires Tango

Championship.


THE FILM FARM


The Film Farm has been cultivating original, evocative and entertaining films for over 20 years. Founding partners Simone Urdl and Jennifer Weiss have built a reputation for nurturing creativity and supporting the unique and diverse vision of the writers and filmmakers they work with. The company has produced an

impressive catalogue of films which have received Oscar®, Golden Globe®, Gotham, Genie and CSA wins and nominations, and their films have screened in Competition in Cannes, Venice and Berlin as well as at TIFF, Sundance, New York, Telluride, Busan and San Sebastian. Their latest films include Atom

Egoyan’s “Guest of Honour”, Bent Hamer’s “The Middle Man” and “The Last Letter From Your Lover” based on the best-selling Jojo Moyes novel.


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