Jennifer Lynch's long-gestating project Surveillance will go into production with Germany's Lago Film backing the $10m production.

Previously announced for a 2004 start date, the filmco-written by Kent Harper tells the story of an FBI agent who is tracking aserial killer with the help of three would-be victims, all of whom have wildlydifferent stories to tell.

Surveillance is Lynch's long-awaited follow-up to 1993's Boxing Helena which starred Julian Sandsand Sherilyn Fenn, grossing$1.8 million on its domestic release.

Jennifer's father, David will executive produce Surveillance alongside Marco Mehlitz of Lago Film, Kent Harper of Film StarPictures and David Michaels of Hella Good MovingPictures who will produce.

The deal was concluded at this year's AFM. Surveillance is as-yet-uncast, but Lago confirmed it will go into production in 2006.