The Toronto Star’s Wheels Section – Wheels.ca – published another article about the webseries, Petrol.
This time it focuses around director Ant Horasanli’s top car picks that have been featured in the webseries.
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Screen Anarchy recently gave Petrol The Series a shout out, letting readers know that new episodes return Jan 13, 2017.
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One of the biggest Canadian Automotive blogs’ Wheels.ca has published a great article on Petrol The Series.
The Employer assigns Henry, an ex formula 1 racer to handle a very dangerous gold heist.
Ali experiences a major setback on his first mission. Nick finds out working for the Employer is going to be dangerous.
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A street racer steals the wrong Ferrari F430 from the wrong Russian gangster. Nick is introduced to The Employer.
PETROL receives full production financing for season 1 through IPF – The Independent Production Fund. Going to camera September 2015.
Ali is a fiercely intelligent and educated man. However, as a political refugee from Afghanistan, the only jobs he can find are washing dishes and back breaking, minimum wage factory work.
His only happiness is seeing his wife and kids for a few minutes before he goes to work his second job.
More than anything Ali wants to provide for his family, he promised them a better life, and one way or another he intends to keep that promise even if it means assisting The Employer with espionage, drug smuggling, bank heists, and other criminal activities.
Petrol The Series is produced in participation with the IPF – The Independent Production Fund.
The IPF funds the best, most innovative web series.
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A 27 year old daredevil who grew up in Austin, Texas. Her mother died while giving birth and she was raised as an only child by her father Derek, who was a motorcycle stuntman. Amber loves bikes, she’s a speed freak – an adrenaline junkie who fears nothing and takes too many risks.
Currently Amber lives in Toronto, she works as a bartender in a strip club that’s runs by outlaw bikers. The dangerous and shady nature of the club feels like home, where she grew up.