The new film, Cotton Candy: The Complete Journey, was announced at the Toronto International Film Festival on Thursday.
The film is a follow-up to the 2011 film Cotton Candy.
The new film is about a young American, Jack, who, while traveling in China, comes across a vineyard owned by an older Chinese man who is obsessed with wine and wine history.
Jack and his friend, Charlie, become the main protagonists of the story.
The story focuses on the two of them and the relationship between them and their experiences of their first trip to China.
The filmmakers also told IGN that they wanted to explore the notion of a Chinese wine culture.
The Vineyard is located in the province of Zhejiang.
It’s not just a vineyards that Jack and Charlie are looking at.
They also discover that the vines are not just grapes, but also wine vines that are made of other kinds of grapes and other plant species.
They also discover there is a culture called the Chinese Vineyard Cultures.
They have a theory that there is something in these vines that gives them a sense of being alive.
This is a way to find meaning in life.
The Vineyardcultures belief is that there are other spirits that inhabit these vines and give them a meaning.
There is also a theory, also known as the Vineyard Spirit Theory, that these spirits are spirits of the past that have passed on and have taken over.
It is a very ancient idea.
The films first trailer revealed a few more details about the story of Cotton Candy, including the fact that it stars an American actress.
The movie is set to hit theaters on August 10.
It was also announced that the film will be the first feature-length documentary to be directed by American filmmaker James Ponsoldt.
You can find out more about the film on the official film site, and the official website for the film, which is also available on Apple Video.