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Censured in Canada | King For A Day by Tracey Johnston
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02 Mar King For A Day by Tracey Johnston

SCREENING: MAY 28, 2017 – Sunday



DIRECTOR: Tracey Johnston

A feature length documentary that explores the worldwide phenomenon of Elvis impersonators. Starting in the Canadian small town of Collingwood, that hosts one of the largest Elvis Festivals in the world, filmmaker Tracey Johnston delves deep into the world of fake hair, spray tan and sparkling jumpsuits. Her pursuit finds millions of tax dollars being invested into the culture of Elvis.


DURATION: 1 hr 25 mins

Tracey Johnston is a producer and writer, with credits that include THE FORTUNE HILLS, SNOW PEOPLE and FALL COLOURS. KING FOR A DAY marks her feature documentary directorial debut.


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