Ivory Tower (2010 film)
|Directed by||Adam Traynor|
|Music by||Chilly Gonzales, Boys Noize|
|Edited by||Pauline Gaillard|
|Distributed by||Gentle Threat, Schmooze, Première Heure Productions|
|Running time||75 minutes|
Ivory Tower is a 2010 Canadian feature film and the directorial debut of Adam Traynor, a musician from the German-based hip-hop group Puppetmastaz. The film was co-written by Canadian pianist and rapper Gonzales and French director and screenwriter Céline Sciamma. It is slated for a theatrical release in the Fall of 2010, and stars a variety of Canadian-born musicians, including Gonzales himself, Peaches, Feist and Tiga. Additionally, Gonzales' mother appears in the film.
The film revolves around a sibling rivalry between two brothers, Hershell and Thadeus Graves (played by Gonzales and Tiga, respectively), as they compete during a game of chess. Peaches plays Marsha Thirteen, a former performance artist and the shared love interest of both brothers.
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- Levack, Chandler (2010-05-17). Inside Gonzales' Ivory Tower Eye Weekly. Retrieved 2010-05-30.
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- (2010-05-08). Peaches to Play Role in Indie Film peachesrocks.com. Retrieved 2010-05-30.
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