GreeneStreet Films International (GSFI) president Amy Beecroft has picked up the drama Long Time Gone starring Christina Ricci, Anjelica Huston, Josh Lucas and Justin Bartha.

Beecroft will commence sales here on the adaptation of April Steven's novel Angel, Angel about an enigmatic young woman who helps a family in crisis.

ICM packaged the project and is handling domestic rights and cameras are expected to roll this summer.

Legally Blonde and 10 Things I Hate About You writer Karen McCullah Lutz adapted the screenplay and Adam Davidson, who won the Palme d'Or in 1990 and the Oscar a year later for his short film The Lunch Date, will direct.

Seth Jaret is producing through Jaret Entertainment with Steven G Kaplan and Gregg L Daniel of Rainstorm Entertainment and Lutz.

'It's a pleasure and an honour to work with Academy Award winning director Adam Davidson as well as to have Karen McCullah Lutz's distinctive voice that has been so appealing to audiences around the world,' Beecroft said. 'It's no coincidence that this project has attracted such a stellar cast.'

GSFI will be selling Cloverfield director Matt Reeves' thriller The Invisible Woman, Danny Leiner's comedy Balls Out with Seann William Scott and Randy Quaid, and Jon Polson's thriller Tenderness starring Russell Crowe, Jon Foster and Laura Dern.