Celluloid Dreams is preparing an impressive roster of films for theupcoming AFM and has released details of two additions to its burgeoning slate.
Argentine director Daniel Burman's FamilyLaw will begin pre-sales at the AFM. The film is currently in post-production.Burman's 2004 film Lost Embrace was a double Silver Bear winner in Berlin takingthe best director and best actor prize for Daniel Hendler.Hendler also stars in Family Law, a comedy about a man reconciling his own life with thatof his father's.
Burman and Diego Dubcovsky produce via their BD Cine along with Italy'sClassic Films, Spain's WandaFilms and France's Paradis on a budget of $2.6m.
Also on deck is the sequel to Johnnie To's Cannescompetitor Election. The Triadgangster film has just wrapped with Louis Koo andSimon Yam in the leads. Some of the same characters from the first film turn upin this one which looks at the crossing of paths between the Wo-Shing Society and the Chinese government.
Milky Way Image has produced the $5m film.Pre-sales will commence at the AFM.