MontrÃƒÂ©al, September 15th 2004 Ã¢â‚¬â€œ The award-winning team at PlÃƒÂ©house Films today announced the release of Red Tape, the much-anticipated sequel to Exact Science, PlÃƒÂ©houseÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s first production. The 16mm film documents the exploits of champion skiers as they travel across the globe. The world tour of the film will begin in Canada, followed by the U.S., France, Switzerland, New Zealand and finally Australia. Red Tape is an official selection for the Montreal International Adventure Film Festival. Red Tape features international ski sensations Phil Larose, Phil BÃƒÂ©langer, Iannick B., Thomas Rinfret, Phil Dion, Sarah Burke and MickaÃƒÂ«l Deschenaux. Additionally, Red Tape showcases newcomers Josh Bibby, TJ Schiller and highlights the explosive talents of Charles Gagnier. The PlÃƒÂ©house film crews have traveled the world, shooting on location in California, Oregon, Utah, British Columbia, Quebec, Iceland, France, Japan and South Africa. The Red Tape tour will kick off with a premiere in Quebec City on September 24th and with an encore presentation in Montreal on October 6th. The tour will then continue throughout major cities in Canada, the United States, France, Switzerland, New Zealand and ultimately Australia. Skiers featured in the film will be present at the screenings. In addition to athlete appearances, the evenings will feature product raffles and signature PlÃƒÂ©house after-parties. Red Tape is distributed in the U.S. by Video Action Sports (V.A.S.), in Canada via Platinum Distribution, in Europe through X-Treme Video, in Australia by Everest Books, in New Zealand by Straightlinz, in Japan and in Korea by Champion Visions. Based on the strength of pre-release demand, Red Tape will be made available in DVD format to coincide with general distribution. In support of the movie tour, PlÃƒÂ©house Films has revamped/re-engineered its website, http://www.Plehousefilms.com, which now contains all of the vital information about the company, its films and events.