Saban Films has picked up North American rights to Adam Randall’s (iBoy, Level Up) SXSW thriller I See You starring Helen Hunt.
Jon Tenney (Legion) plays the lead investigator in a missing child case who tries to deal with his wife’s (Hunt) recent infidelity, as their home town is plagued by strange occurrences. Devon Graye write the screenplay.
Bankside Films represents international rights on I See You, which Matt Waldeck produced for Zodiac Features. Ben Hecht served as executive producer for Zodiac, alongside Stephen Kelliher of Bankside, Phil Hunt and Compton Ross of Head Gear Films, and James Atherton and Jan Pace for Quickfire Films.
Saban plans a theatrical release. Bill Bromiley and Ness Saban brokered the deal with CAA Media Finance and Bankside.
“Audiences will be captivated by this gripping mystery thriller that showcases its cast’s outstanding chemistry,” said Bromiley. “Helen Hunt and Jon Tenny are truly enticing as Jackie and Greg, a couple whose idyllic town is turned on its head where every plot twist is more surprising than the last.”
Saban recently acquired Casey Affleck’s directorial debut Light Of My Life, and announced its partnership on Kevin Smith’s Jay And Silent Bob reboot.