UK-based sales agent IAC Film has boarded four films including Leningrad, a WW2 story starring Mira Sorvino, Gabriel Byrne and Armin Mueller-Stahl.
Sasha Buravsky is to direct the story of a young British female journalist during the Nazi blockade of Leningrad in 1941. Principal photography will start in January.
Also joining IAC's slate are The Feast Of The Goat, a political thriller produced by Spain's Andres Vicente Gomez from a novel by leading Peruvian writer Mario Vargas Llosa. Principal photography is underway in the Dominican Republic on the film, which stars Tomas Milian, Isabella Rossellini and Stephanie Leonidas.
Additionally, IAC is selling Save Angel Hope, a contemporary comedy caper starring Rupert Evans and Billy Boyd which is to start pre-production next month.
Completing the line-up is Knights Of Impossingworth Park, a family adventure story set and to be filmed in the UK, the US and Vietnam. Keith Cavele is directing from his own script; the cast includes Ron Perlman.