Canadian production group Radke Films has announced the opening of a new Features & Special Projects division whose focus is to “find, develop and produce long-form features, along with special projects that consist of television series, broadcast specials, multi-media pieces and new media work.”
The group’s first project is “Everything’s Gone Green” by Douglas Coupland. The film marks the very first time that the author has written specifically for the screen. Coupland is best known as the internationally best-selling author of “Generation X,” “Microserfs” and the most recent “All Families Are Psychotic.”
For “Everything’s Gone Green” updates and the latest on other Radke Films projects, pay a visit to the group’s official site.

Posted on July 2, 2002 in News by

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