Production Begins on Incendo’s Glass Houses


Canada’s Incendo has begun principal photography on its new movie Glass Houses, starring Bree Turner (Grimm, The Ugly Truth, The Lucky Girl).

The movie, which is being shot on location in Montreal, also stars Aviva Mongillo (Backstage, Long Shot) and Steve Byers (Slasher, Goalie, Deadly Secrets by the Lake). Glass Houses is written by Barbara Kymlicka.

The movie follows teenage babysitter Carrie Dawson, who has a chip on her shoulder stemming from a humiliating family scandal. When she finds out that neighborhood “Queen Bee” Madeline Cooper may be to blame, she is determined to exact revenge, even if it means discovering and exposing Madeline’s own scandalous secret.

Glass Houses is produced with the participation of Bell Media. Jean Bureau and Ian Whitehead will produce the film for Incendo, with Bureau serving as EP.

Bureau said: “We are pleased to welcome to our team Sarah Pellerin, a young up-and-coming director and finalist at the 2019 Gala Québec Cinéma in the category Best Short Fiction Film for My Boy, also the official selection at TIFF 2018.”