Robert Duvall, Sissy Spacek, andMorgan Freeman are attached to star in Depression-era drama Get Low, directed by Aaron Schneider,who won an Oscar in 2004 for his short TwoSoldiers.

The story is set in 1930s Tennessee,when a man with a shady past (Duvall) tries to find redemption throughwitnessing his own funeral as part of a funeral home's promotional stunt.Freeman plays a priest and Spacek plays a woman fromhis past.

The project is budgeted at $9.8m and expected to startshooting in April. Harrison Zanuck and Dean Zanuck (Road toPerdition) will produce. Chris Provenzano andScott Seeke wrote the screenplay.

UK-based Visual Factory is handling sales on Get Low and a number of other newprojects. Those include romantic comedy UnbeatableHarold (international title TheGirlfriend), starring Nicole De Huff (Meetthe Parents) and Dylan McDermott, directed by AriPalitz and produced by Gareth West. That film willhave its premiere at HBO's U.S. Comedy Arts Festivalin Aspen on March 8.

Visual Factory has a number of deals in the works for Peter Bergendy's true-life rescue dog story Duke, is in pre-production from Hungary'sBest Hollywood.

Visual Factory is also representing Laurent Courau's Vampyres, starring Don Henrie,about real-life vampires.