FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – DATE TBD: Principle photography has begun on “Two Lovers and a Bear” in Timmins, Canada. The film will also shoot in Iqaluit in the Nunavut territory. Set in the frigid cold of the North Pole, the film stars Dane DeHaan (“The Amazing Spider-Man 2”) and Tatiana Maslany (“Orphan Black”) who star as Roman (DeHaan) and Lucy (Maslany), two young adults who not only have to fight against the elements of the small North Pole town they live in, but against their past, and inner-demons to find love amongst the harsh reality. 
Roger Frappier of MAX Films is producing the film, which is written and directed by Kim Nguyen (Oscar® nominated for Best Foreign Film for “War Witch”). The film is co-produced by Jonathan Bronfman (“He Never Died”) and Ellen Hamilton; Jeff Sackman is executive producer. The film is being lensed by Nicolas Bolduc.
Entertainment One (eOne)/Les Films Seville will distribute the film across Canada. TF1 International will handle the foreign sales.
About Max Films
Max Films inc. is a Montreal-based production company which specializes in developing, producing and licensing rights worldwide of feature films from talented directors. Recent productions such as The Grand Seduction (Don McKellar) and L’autre maison (Mathieu Roy), have been critically acclaimed both domestically and internationally.
About Entertainment One
Entertainment One Ltd. (LSE:ETO) is a leading international entertainment company that specializes in the acquisition, production and distribution of film and television content.  The company’s comprehensive network extends around the globe including Canada, the U.S., the UK, Ireland, Spain, Benelux, France, Germany, Scandinavia, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa and South Korea.  Through established Film and Television divisions, the company provides extensive expertise in film distribution, television and music production, family programming, merchandising and licensing, and digital content. Its current rights library is exploited across all media formats and includes more than 40,000 film and television titles, 4,500 hours of television programming and 45,000 music tracks.