Cameras roll on Incendo’s Sometimes the Good Kill

Currently shooting in Montreal, the thriller starring Susie Abromeit (pictured) is the prodco's fifth made-for-TV movie of the year.

shutterstock_101066860Production is underway in Montreal on Incendo’s fifth and final MOW of the year: Sometimes the Good Kill.

The thriller, which is directed by Philippe Gagnon from a screenplay penned by Ian Carpenter (Being Erica), rounds out another busy year for the Quebec prodco, which also coproduces period drama Versailles. Incendo last year completed work on its 60th TV movie, Amber Alert. In total the company produced six MOWs in 2015. 

The film stars Susie Abromeit (A Perfect Christmas), Amanda Brugel (Orphan Black) and Allison Hossack (Another World).

Incendo’s CEO and president Jean Bureau produces the film alongside Ian Whitehead, who also executive produces. Shooting is scheduled to wrap on Nov. 17. 

Sometimes the Good Kill begins when, after a mysterious death at the Abbey, Sister Talia finds herself caught in the center of the internal investigation. When another sister is found murdered, Talia is forced to find the killer herself.

Girls’ Night OutFANatic and Early Release are among the films that have gone to camera in Montreal this year with Incendo. The prodco is also in production on the Canada/France copro Versailles, which the Montreal company produces with Zodiak, Canal+ and Capa Drama.

The trailer for season two of Versailles was screened for potential clients at last week’s MIPCOM. In France, the follow-up season is expected to bow in 2017.

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