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The Atlantic Cities takes notice of Murder in Passing

 The Atlantic Cities, A 42-Part Murder Mystery, Chronicled on the Toronto Subway, 25 February 2013

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Globe & Mail Dives into Murder Mystery at the TTC

  Globe & Mail: A subway serial murder mystery? Why you should check it out on your next communute

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Sharon Switzer & John Greyson discuss Murder in Passing with Transmedia Storyteller

Director John Greyson & Sharon Switzer of Art for Commuters  collaborate to create the Murder In Passing. In this interview with  Transmedia Storyteller, they discuss the undertaking of this project . Listen here!

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And the press is still coming in…

Spacing Toronto: Film noir series hits Toronto subway platforms; York University YFile: Film prof’s ‘whodunit’ Murder in Passing captivates Toronto commuters The Grid: What’s the Meaning of this?: Murder in Passing    

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More Great Press for Murder in Passing

Now Magazine: Redefining “transmedia,” One Commuter at a Time; Xtra!: Murder on the TTC express; Queen St West: Queen West filmmaker, John Greyson, launches 40 episode series on TTC screens!  

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Early Press Coverage

We’ve had some great coverage over the past few days… Toronto Star; CBC Radio Metro Morning; Filmmaker Magazine; Metro; CBC News online; CBC Arts & Entertainment News online; Inside Toronto; Fab Magazine;

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Welcome to Murder in Passing

Welcome to the home of ‘Murder in Passing’ on the Internet! Be a part of the first-ever murder mystery for commuters launching on January 7th, 2013 on Toronto’s TTC subway screens with a new episode airing daily (playing every ten minutes). Check back here often to watch the episodes, find extra clues, and to access additional content that will help you solve the crime!

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For more information contact: Marie Nazar, Arts Publicist 416.762.7702 or mnazar@idirect.ca

 

 

Chase Joynt as Mars the bike courier

Chase Joynt as Mars the bike courier

 

Alexander Chapman as Detective Epicene in Murder in Passing

Alexander Chapman as Detective Epicene

 

Nina Arsenault as Professor Klein, the Chemist in Murder in Passing

Nina Arsenault as the Chemist

 

Ramzi Ayash as the Reporter in Murder in Passing

Ramzi Ayash as the Reporter

 

Arsinee Khanjian as Mayor Keele in Murder in Passing

Arsinee Khanjian as Mayor Keele

 

Guillermo Verdecchia as the CEO in Murder in Passing

Guillermo Verdecchia as the CEO

 

Moynan King as the Bike Boss in Murder in Passing

Moynan King as the Bike Boss

 

Stephen Chen as the Cop in Murder in Passing

Stephen Chen as the Cop

 

Erin Bardua as the Conductor in Murder in Passing

Erin Bardua as the Conductor

 

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Mayor and CEO in subway – Murder in Passing still

 

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Reporter at crime scene – Murder in Passing still

 

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Mars dead at crime scene – Murder in Passing still

 

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Detective Epicene at crime scene – Murder in Passing still

2 comments

  1. Anon
    February 14, 2013

    I saw this on the news and had to look it up. I’m actually very confused by all of this. Is this, like, a transgender site or something? Everything seems so vague and perplexing.

    Reply
  2. Brad
    February 22, 2013

    This is like the coolest, weirdest thing since Twin Peaks. Thanks.

    Reply

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