Vlessing, Etan
September 2015
Hollywood Reporter;9/11/2015, Vol. 421 Issue 30, p78
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The article offers information on several Canadian young up-and-comers from the film and television industry. Rebecca Addelman is currently working on her directorial feature debut, "Paper Year." Robbie Amell will be starring as Agent Miller in Fox's The X-Files revival and "Nine Lives." Sandie Benitah, producer with Canadian news channel's CP24.com, won a mentorship with Journalists for Human Rights.


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