The Road to Tophet is a 2014 award-winning feature film shot in Chapleau, Northern Ontario, Canada. The film is about French-Canadian man involved in cross-border drug trade in Northern Ontario. After he decides he wants to leave the industry, his boss sets him up to force him to stay.
Charlie, a french-Canadian kid, smuggles drugs over the American border into northern Ontario to make some extra cash. When he decides he wants out, his boss sets him up to lose a shipment. Trapped, he sees no way out ... until his friend Johnny shows up with a bunch of gambling debts and one bad idea that leads them both down the Road to Tophet.
"There are No Angels South-East of Hell" 
|Canada||5 September 2014||(Toronto Independent Film Festival)|
|Canada||27 December 2014||(True North Film Festival)|
|USA||7 March 2015||(Green Bay Film Festival)|
|USA||19 March 2015||(Queens World Film Festival)|
|Germany||22 October 2016||(International Filmmaker Festival of World Cinema)|
Green Bay Film Festival 2015
International Filmmaker Festival of World Cinema, Berlin 2016
|Best Original Screenplay of a Feature Film|
Toronto Independent Film Festival, CA 2014
|Best Micro-budget Feature|