An Important Announcement from the Canadian Academy
The Canadian Academy is deeply saddened to announce the cancellation of all Canadian Screen Week activities in Toronto, Montreal, and Vancouver, including the national broadcast gala on Sunday, March 29th. Following a thorough review of Canadian Screen Week events and an assessment of the potential risk to our attendees, we feel this is the only responsible decision at this time.
We are committed to the celebration of our Canadian Screen Award nominees and Special Award honourees and will share an update in the coming weeks.
In light of most, if not all, country’s going through ‘social distancing’ and/or complete shutdowns (or under the possibility of them) due to the serious issue of COVID-19 I’ve put together a list of where you can legally Purchase, Stream, Rent, or Buy certain parts of Brendan’s filmography for USA/Canada. Check the twitter thread below I’ve compiled. Also check out the various media pages here for more clips and/or interviews. Stay safe, wash your hands, stay in doors, and enjoy.
IMPORTANT: I’ve been asked by LevelFilm to take down the screencaps because it infringes on copyright so they’ve been removed. Apologies if you’re looking for them but this is the first time I’ve been asked to pull content regardless.
In the interrim, I’ve uploaded some UHQ Stills they’ve given me.
For links to purchase the film please see ‘Brotherhood’ on Digital & VOD.
Also as an added note, I’ve contacted the distribution company of ‘Brotherhood’ and was given the following message in regards to a DVD/Blu-Ray release: “At the moment there are no plans for a DVD release of Brotherhood but will let you know if that changes!”
If you don’t know what the film is about, don’t worry! Here is the official synopsis below along with the trailer:
In 1926, eleven teen-aged boys arrive at Long Point Camp for the adventure of their lives. When their canoe capsizes in a freak summer storm, their holiday descends into a soul-shuddering fight for survival
I’ve updated alot. The video archive has been updated with more than 20 new/old videos. I’ve also added better quality screencaps for Brendan’s U2 and Vanessa Carlton videos. Finally I’ve added two new UHQ photos from a 2006 event. Thank you to Marica and Chris Evans Forum for helping with this update via pictures and watermarking of all the videos in the archive.
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I’ve updated/added 4 stills in the gallery for “Biker Boyz” in UHQ and added 2 new/old photos of Brendan from the 2008 Gemini Awards as well as adding the MTV TRL Photobooth photo (courtesy Lena at Crashdown for helping me find that missing addition!).
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Brendan posted the above tweet and the following message with a link to buy tickets to the screenings: “Gonna be in Toronto in Dec. 6… kinda. Come support Canadian stories and film.” The screenings will be held December 6 in Toronto at Cineplex Yonge & Dundas! CLICK HERE to buy tickets if you’re able to attend.
I’ve also added three new MQ Stills to the gallery.
Brendan directed a few more things! This time it’s music videos for Susie Tallman and Friends! Continue reading below for more info!
As evidenced by the post on Facebook Brendan did indeed direct some music videos for Susie Tallman and Friends! I’ve embedded my tweet thread about it below but also listed and linked them below for easy viewing since there are 7 total.
Here are the following 7 videos Brendan directed (I’ve embedded them below): Báte Báte Chocoláte (Rhyme), Canción De Color (Color Song) featuring Tom Petersson, Los Elefantes (Counting Song), Mamá Yo Quiero, Pimpón, La Tía Mónica, and Que Llueva (Let it Rain).
I’ve also added two UHQ photos to the gallery enjoy.
ALSO if you’re interested there’s 9 DAYS left to enter to win a Brendan signed Daughter of the Wolf DVD! Click below on the photo for info and rules on how to enter (USA/CANADA ONLY DUE TO DVD REGION) – winner will be picked on 9/24 at 8 PM EST:
Brendan has booked another film role. He teased this a while back with a picture of himself in a FBI jacket on instagram but I did some searching and was able to find information (also Heather Graham confirmed it in a tweet below).
Shooting a movie called Wander in New Mexico with excellent actors Aaron Eckhart, Tommy Lee Jones, and Brendan Fehr directed by bad ass aprilmullen88!🌵 pic.twitter.com/KcJFAicSMw
Arthur Bretnik is a mentally unstable conspiracy theorist and private eye with a traumatic past. After being hired to investigate a possible murder cover up in the small town of Wander, Arthur is plunged into a world of lies and deceit, as he quickly suspects the murder may be part of the same ‘conspiracy cover up’ that caused the death of his daughter. Increasingly paranoid, Arthur’s sanity is tested as he attempts to filter fact from fiction and solve the case, all the while questioning if he is a pawn in a much bigger game. (via imdb)
April Mullen did direct Brendan before in “Real Detective”. ETA: 8/13/19: Here’s an update with more info about who Brendan is playing courtesy of “Deadline”.
Meanwhile Fehr, who played Michael Guerin in the WB series, plays FBI officer Nick Cassidy, who is the partner of Graham’s Luscomb. (via deadline
Brendan was recently on a trip to do hometowen screenings of “Brotherhood”. I’ve collected some photos, videos and articles about the event. Click below for more. Enjoy!
“There’s a red carpet reception, you get your picture taken in front of the backdrop, and the whole weekend is professionally filmed and they’re going to make a mini-movie out of the weekend to promote the movie itself,” said Paterson. (source)
“The camp leaders were both veterans of The Great War – the conflict that brought Canada into its own adulthood,” says Brendan Fehr, who plays Robert Butcher. “My character carried the Allied colours into Mons. He was a loyal Canadian who did his bit for King and Country, as they said at the time. I like to think he’d be humbled by the notion of a Lieutenant Governor, almost a hundred years later, seeing a chapter of his story brought to life.” (source)
“The camp leaders were both veterans of The Great War – the conflict that brought Canada into its own adulthood,” says Brendan Fehr, who plays Robert Butcher. “My character carried the Allied colours into Mons. He was a loyal Canadian who did his bit for King and Country, as they said at the time. I like to think he’d be humbled by the notion of a Lieutenant Governor, almost a hundred years later, seeing a chapter of his story brought to life.” (source )
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