|Directed by||B. P. Paquette|
|Produced by||B. P. Paquette|
Amanda M. Darling
|Screenplay by||Amanda M. Darling|
B. P. Paquette
|Music by||Andrew David|
|Edited by||Ernest Riffe|
|Distributed by||Nortario Films|
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Beautiful Accidents is a 2018 Canadian feature-length comedy metafilm docufiction adapted and directed by B. P. Paquette from an original screenplay by Amanda M. Darling and starring Greg Carere, Dave DeBorde, Mary-Alice Farina, Trish Rainone and Ilan Ben-Yehuda. Blurring fact and fiction, the film concerns an indie film crew shooting a cheesy romantic comedy. 
The film-within-a-film concerns Henry, a young man who invites his girlfriend Charlotte to his family cottage for the winter holidays. As a surprise for Charlotte, Henry also invites his eccentric mother Sally and Charlotte's overbearing father Gordon. The surprise, however, is the truth about Sally and Gordon. 
- Greg Carere as himself as Henry.
- Dave DeBorde as himself as Gordon.
- Mary-Alice Farina as herself as Sally.
- Trish Rainone as herself as Charlotte.
- Ilan Ben-Yehuda as the director.
Beautiful Accidents screened as a work-in-progress at Cinefest in September 2017.
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- Harasym, Sara (September 20, 2017). "Salvaged Sudbury film wrapped inside another film". Sudbury Star. Retrieved October 1, 2017.
- "Cinefest spotlights motion picture arts faculty at Thorneloe University". Sudbury Star. September 16, 2017. Retrieved October 1, 2017.
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