CURRENT PROJECTS IN DEVELOPMENT

UNTITLED PROJECT, feature film screenplay expected from director Ira Sachs in 2017 (Anticipated Producer role.)

 

Following the 2016 theatrical release of Little Men, director Ira Sachs plans to present to his producers a new screenplay for development in 2017. 

 

The film is anticipated to offer a similar warmth and accessibility for audiences as Ira's other acclaimed films.  As with Love Is Strange and Little Men, we aim for prestigious film festival premieres, critical recognition, and we hope, another commercial success.

 

Screenplay expected: 4th Quarter 2016 Prospective investor interest is welcomed.

Director Ira Sachs

Other 2016 Projects including:

 

*  Development of two possible Feature Film adapations of notable literary works one set in NYC in the late 1970s and the other set in Paris and New England in the mid-1980s.

 

*  Development of an investment fund to support independent films with LGBTQ content or relevance. The fund, in partnership with seasoned as well as new producers, will provide guidance to selected filmmakers' projects, while offering an entrée for new investors having an interest in interacting with creative artists and bringing independent films to screen.

 

 

 

Director Ira Sachs

Viewing daily "rushes" with fellow producers Scott Nadler and Laura Teodosio during the shooting of AWOL.

Other 2016 Projects including:

 

*  Development of two possible Feature Film adapations of notable literary works one set in NYC in the late 1970s and the other set in Paris and New England in the mid-1980s.

 

*  Development of an investment fund to support independent films with LGBTQ content or relevance. The fund, in partnership with seasoned as well as new producers, will provide guidance to selected filmmakers' projects, while offering an entrée for new investors having an interest in interacting with creative artists and bringing independent films to screen.

 

 

 

Below: Screen capture of Provincetown MA harbor from the indie film, BearCity 2.  The wedding party in the gazebo visual effect was "rotoscoped" in during post-production.

2016 Frameline Film Festival screening of Tribeca-premiering film AWOL. With film's co-Star Breeda Wool, Director Deb Shoval, Frameline Director of Programming Desiree Buford, Producer Laura Teodosio.

2016 SUNDANCE FILM FESTIVAL +  BERLIN INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL

LITTLE MEN

The sixth Sundance premiere feature from director IRA SACHS

starring  GREG KINNEAR, PAULINA GARCIA, JENNIFER EHLE, THEO TAPLITZ, MICHAEL BARBIERI

2016 TRIBECA FILM FESTIVAL

AWOL

In Tribeca Dramatic Competition, from director DEB SHOVAL

starring  LOLA KIRKE, BREEDA WOOL, DALE SOULES, BILL SAGE

Countdown to Little Men's

MAGNOLIA PICTURES

Theatrical Release

The artists's colony of Provincetown

[Click on image to enlarge] Still image of Provincetown's wharf, on Cape Cod, from the indie romantic comedy feature BearCity 2: The Proposal (2012). A film special effect "roto-scoped" a wedding scene into the gazebo.