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Locally produced Euphoria to première on Super Channel

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The producers and cast must be ecstatic. Euphoric, even.

The locally produced film Euphoria, written and directed by Paula Kelly, will have its TV première on Wednesday at 7 p.m. on the Super Channel pay-TV service.

The film stars Winnipeggers Brooke Palsson (Less Than Kind), Sarah Constible (House Party) and Taya Dawn Ayotte Bourns in the coming-of-age tale of a little girl who’s taken away from home by her mother and, many years later, tries to find her way back to locate the father she did not know was still alive.

Euphoria, which was produced by Winnipeg-based Inferno Pictures, will debut on Super Channel 4 and will air regularly on the premium service’s four channels throughout March and April.

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