Capitol will introduce buyers to Robert Redford's next directorial project, Against All Enemies, which will star Bruce Willis; as well as Taylor Hackford's next film Love Ranch, starring his wife, Oscar winner Helen Mirren alongside Joe Pesci.
Capitol's new projects also include Todd Robinson's political thriller The Last Full Measure starring John Cusack; Clark Johnson's legal thriller Chinese Wall; Dominic Savage's love story Mood Indigo; and 3-D project Distant Thunder from acclaimed wildlife directors Mark Deeble and Victoria Stone.
Against All Enemies is adapted from US counterterrorism advisor Richard Clarke's best-selling memoir, including his struggle to convince the Bush administration about the threat posed by Al Qaeda. The project will shoot in Connecticut in spring 2008.
Love Ranch is about the couple who opened the first legal brothel in Nevada.
The Last Full Measure, which Robinson also wrote, is about a young Air Force officer investigating a Vietnam war hero 30 years after his death.
Mood Indigo, written by Emily Watson and Jack Waters, is about a young woman who falls in love with a young RAF pilot during WWII. Cast will be announced during the AFM.
Distant Thunder, in production with BBC Worldwide since autumn 2006, is a wildlife project about elephants.
Chinese Wall, written by Mark Wheaton, is a thriller about a lawyer who confronts CIA scandal and murder while trying to save his own life. The cast for that project will also be announced at AFM.
Capitol said its slate had total production budgets over $300m.
Capitol co-managing directors Nick Hill and Peter Naish said: 'This is not only the strongest slate Capitol have taken to a market but one of the most impressive line-ups ever offered by an independent sales company. It reflects the ambition of our company as we continue to grow into the future.'
Also at AFM, Capitol will unveil the first footage from Tony Kaye's Black Water Transit. That will be shown in a private screening to key buyers.
Capitol is also handling sales for previously announced projects including John Maybury's The Edge Of Love (new footage will be screened at AFM, where a US deal is also likely to be finalized), Don Roos' Love And Other Impossible Pursuits, Scott Hick's The Boys Are Back In Town, John Curran's Mary Queen Of Scots, Sharon Maguire's Incendiary, Sidney Lumet's Before The Devil Knows You're Dead, and Rigoberto Castaneda's Blackout.