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Dreamfilm begins filming state of marriage doc for CBC

Thoroughly Modern Marriage, a one-hour doc on the institution of marriage has begun filming, announced Vancouver-based Dreamfilm Productions. Set to air on CBC's Doc Zone in winter 2011, Thoroughly Modern Marriage will be filmed in Canada, the United States, the UK, and China. The doc is directed and produced by Sue Ridout and story-produced by Sara Darling and is produced in association with the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.
April 6, 2010

Thoroughly Modern Marriage, a one-hour doc on the institution of marriage has begun filming, announced Vancouver-based Dreamfilm Productions. Set to air on CBC’s Doc Zone in winter 2011, Thoroughly Modern Marriage will be filmed in Canada, the United States, the UK, and China. The doc is directed and produced by Sue Ridout and story-produced by Sara Darling and is produced in association with the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.

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