PRODUCTION BEGINS IN TORONTO ON THE MARIJUANA CHRONICLES, BASED ON A TRUE STORY

"The Marijuana Chronicles” features an all Canadian female leading cast including Julia Stone, Morgan Kohan, Tymika Tafari, Brittany Bristow, and Kyla Young.

Principal Photography has officially commenced in Toronto for “The Marijuana Chronicles,” written and directed by Craig Pryce (Hallmark’s Good Witch, PSI Factor, Goosebumps, HBO’s The Dark, Zack Files, Life with Derek).

Pryce received four Directors Guild nominations and two Gemini nominations and directed episodes of “Dark Oracle”, a series that won an International Emmy.

“The Marijuana Chronicles” is based on a true story that took place in 1972 over 98 days. It studies the scientific, social and physical effects of Marijuana use during an all-female group study. Pryce optioned this story from investigative reporter, Diana Zionislic who acts story consultant.

Director and Writer Craig Pryce says: “After discovering Diana’s fascinating research on the bizarre and unethical experiments studying the effects of marijuana on females in Toronto 1972, I knew it would make for a fascinating movie. I’m very excited to tell this true story that focuses on five young women and how they used their unique strengths, resilience and friendship to overcome adversity despite several agendas imposed on them during their days in virtual captivity.”

“The Marijuana Chronicles” features an all Canadian female leading cast including Julia Stone (Weirdos, Wet Bum, The Killing, Everything will be Fine), Morgan Kohan (Ransom, Star Trek Discovery, Kim’s Convenience), Tymika Tafari (Murdoch Mysteries), Brittany Bristow (Royal Matchmaker, Wildlife Quest, Shadowtown), and Kyla Young (Alias Grace). Luke Bilyk (Degrassi, Kiss & Cry) and Greg Calderone (Heroes Reborn, Saving Hope) will also play in the film.

PUBLICIST:  TARO PR

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