Marriage. Murder. Money. Betrayal: OCan presents locally-shot “Chateau Laurier” and “No Regrets”

OCan is hosting a screening of episodes from locally-shot short-form dramatic series “Chateau Laurier” and “No Regrets” at the historic ByTowne Cinema on Thursday, June 22, at 9 p.m.

Chateau Laurier: A lush short-form dramatic series, a gripping family saga set against the backdrop of Edwardian romance, mystery and the thirst for power.

No Regrets: A woman crosses paths with a man from her past but is quickly led in the wrong direction and makes a decision she might live to regret.

Join us as we screen a few episodes of each series and a panel / Q&A with members of both filmmaking teams. This is a unique opportunity to see these productions on a big screen.

Tickets are available to purchase in advance via Eventbrite and the ByTowne box office. Tickets will also be available at the door.

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This screening is a fundraiser. Profits will be shared by the Chateau Laurier and No Regrets teams, and OCan.

More information about the series, cast, crew at:

About OCan:

OCan is a Film Festival in Ottawa that celebrates Canadian film. Through annual festival screenings at the ByTowne Cinema in November and activities throughout the year, we work to promote Canadian film as distinctive and vital to our country’s culture and the local economy.

A not-for-profit organization that is artist and volunteer-run, OCan is strongly committed to fostering diversity in its approach to programming. We strive to achieve this by encouraging film submissions from under-represented independent artists, including those who identify as women, non-binary, Black, Indigenous, Persons of Colour (BIPOC), persons from the 2SLGBTQ+ community, and persons with disabilities. We recruit diverse members and voices to our Board of Directors and film selection juries.


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