Watch The Trailer For Canadian Sci-fi Flick PRISON X

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Watch The Trailer For Canadian Sci-fi Flick PRISON X
Those guys at Raven Banner Entertainment just keep chugging along. Good thing they are in Berlin at EFM, one of the great epicenters of fermented liquid consumption. 

But I also mean chugging along like a train as they have announced that they are handling international sales of the Canadian sci-fi flick Prisoner X, a film we wrote about just over a year ago. 

Raven Banner Entertainment will be representing world rights, (excluding Canada), at this year's European Film Market in Berlin to Gaurav Seth's gripping Sci-Fi thriller, PRISONER X. The film stars Michelle Nolden (Christmas Horror Story), Romano Orzari (Turbo Kid) , Damon Runyan (Dead of Winter), and Julian Richings (The Witch).

Based on the Hugo-nominated novella "Truth" by Robert Reed, Prisoner X takes us to a time where the world rages in seemingly endless war and civil strife. Enter Carmen Reese, a CIA agent sent in to interrogate a time-traveling terrorist, a prisoner known only as 'Ramiro', whom she believes is responsible for the unfolding global catastrophe. What ensues is a race against time itself.

The indie sci-fi thriller with financing from Telefilm Canada, and an Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign, was produced by Avi Federgreen (Dead Before Dawn 3D) and Robyn Bigué (The Amazing Race Canada).

Prisoner X is a follow-up to Seth's earlier films Pink Ludoos and A Passage to Ottawa, his first feature which received a Crystal Bear at the Berlin Film Festival.

Federgreen's Indiecan Entertainment handles Canadian distro.

Above is the new poster and we also have the new trailer to share with you which you can watch below. 

PRISONER X International Mini Trailer from Raven Banner on Vimeo.

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