'Guido Superstar' coming to Vancouver theatres this Friday

The big screen in Vancouver will be featuring some of Canada's top performers in the anticipated theatrical release of 'Guido Superstar-The Rise of Guido'. IndustryWorks Pictures is proud to present this feel-good comedy, which opens at the Denman Theatre this Friday, February 4th. 

Some of the amazing Canadian talent involved in the film include John Cassini as an FBI agent, and Silvio Pollio as the title characeter of Guido. The film follows Guido, an Italian immigrant who ventures to Vancouver to start a new life abroad. A series of unexpected events take Guido on a hilarious, wild ride involving the FBI, druglords and Cowboy Bounty Hunters.

Rounding out the incredible ensemble cast are: Jay Brazeau, Nicholas Lea, Terry Chen, Michael Eklund, Aleks Paunovic, Daniella Evangelista and Ben Ratner.

Playing to sold-out crowds at the Vancouver International Film Festival, the film has garnered the attention of international film critics, press and movie-goers alike. ‘Guido Superstar' proved to be a must see movie for all ages on the festival circuit, and is sure to do the same in its upcoming theatre run.

Check your local listings for show times. 

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