Russian companies with new projects are out in force at TIFF supported for the first time by a new umbrella stand called Created In Moscow/Moscow Export Centre.
Mars Media is launching family adventure project A Dog Named Palm, to be directed by debut filmmaker Alexander Domogarov. Viktor Doronravov from T-34 is set to star. Japan’s Heisei Projecta is co-producing.
Art Pictures Studios is showing footage of Fedor Bondarchuk’s sci- fi sequel, Attraction 2, a co-production with Vodorod.
Metrafilms is introducing buyers to Kirill Sokolov’s action title No Looking Back, and Alexey German Jr’s Venice gap financing market selection Air.
Planeta Inform has the historical drama The Lenin Factor, family drama Robo and sci-fi thriller Coma, while TNT Premier Studios is selling Natalia Merkulova and Alexey Chupov’s Call Centre, Vladlena Sandu’s thriller Identification and war drama The Blackout.
Romantic adventure Silver Skates, and Text, an adaptation of the cult novel by Dmitry Glukhovsky, are on Central Partnership’s slate.