MY PRAIRIE HOME: FREE TWO-DAY FILM STREAM

rae-spoon-credit-Maya-BankovicNATIONAL FILM BOARD OF CANADA OFFERING HIT DOCUMENTARY FEATURING RAE SPOON FOR FREE STREAMING THIS SUNDAY AND MONDAY, RELEASES ON ITUNES TUESDAY

Since My Prairie Home‘s October premiere at the Vancouver International Film Festival was met with critical and mass acclaim, things just keep going up and up for the soulful and charming musical documentary chronicling the life of Rae Spoon, Calgary-born and Montreal-based transgender singer-songwriter.

My Prairie Home director Chelsea McMullan, left, and Rae Spoon.

My Prairie Home director Chelsea McMullan, left, and Rae Spoon.

The film, directed by Chelsea McMullan, continued to garner praise nationwide and has since had made its way stateside with its recent selection in the World Documentary category at the Sundance Film Festival.

For this Sunday and Monday only, My Prairie Home is available in full via free stream National Film Board of Canada stream for Canadian audiences. The documentary releases on iTunes this Tuesday.

Click here to watch the film.

And in case you missed it, click here to read our October 2013 cover story on Rae Spoon and their involvement in My Prairie Home.

By Team BeatRoute
Photos: Maya Bankovic (top), JJ Levine (middle)

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