HDNet Films, the 2929Entertainment digital production arm headed up by Jason Kliot and Joana Vicente,has greenlit seven low-budget projects to add to its already packed slate.

With three pictures playingat Toronto led by Bubble, the first of six Steven Soderberghprojects announced earlier this year, HDNet is wasting little time ramping upbarely one year after it launched.

The new titles include FayGrim, HalHartley's spy spoof starring Parker Posey that HDNet Films is producing withTed Hope's This is That and is set to begin shooting in New York next month.

Soderbergh, who beginsshooting mystery The Good German in Los Angeles in two weeks, is preparing an untitled documentaryabout the late writer Spalding Gray, the star of his 1996 documentary Gray'sAnatomy.

Alex Gibney remains withinthe 2929 fold with two documentaries following the April release of Enron: The Smartest Guys In The Room.

They are Hunter,about the life and death of gonzo legend Hunter S Thompson, and HerbieHancock: Possibilities, which charts the making of Hancock's latest album.

Vanity Fair editor Graydon Carter is serving as producer on Hunter,and will also produce Surfwise, a documentary about the legendary Malibu surfer Dorian "Doc" Paskowitz currently in productionand directed by Doug Pray.

Rounding out the list are JTPetty's horror genre documentary S&Man and Carlos Brooks' QuidPro Quo, a relationship drama between a wheelchair-bound man and anable-bodied woman. Nick Stahl and Vera Farmiga star and shooting begins in New York next month.

All titles will be releasedday-and-date in North America through 2929's vertically integrated distributionplatform through Magnolia Pictures, Landmark Theatres, and the HDNet Movieschannel. 2929 International handles sales outside North America.