Omega Entertainment is co-financing and handling international sales on the Tim Allen comedy The Six Wives of Henry Lefay.
The film, which will be introduced to buyers at the forthcoming AFM, is also financed by Ring Productions and Aramid.
Producers are Brillstein Entertainment Partners' David McIlvain and Holly Wiersma.
Cassian Elwes of the William Morris Agency packaged the project and is handling US rights.
The film recently wrapped its six-week shoot in Connecticut.
First-timer Howard Michael Gould wrote and directed.
Allen stars as a recently deceased man named Henry Lefay, who leaves behind a messy string of numerous ex-wives. His daughter (Elisha Cuthbert) has to clean up the mess after his death.
The wives are played by Andie MacDowell, Paz Vega, Jenna Elfman, Lindsay Sloane and S Epatha Merkerson (Law and Order). The cast also features Eric Christian Olsen and Chris Klein.
Omega Entertainment, which has offices in Zurich, London and Los Angeles, was established in 2006 by Markus Barmettler and Enrique Steiger. Peter Rogers came on board earlier this year as the company's president.
Omega's current slate also includes Simon West's epic drama Purple Mountain, written by Jeffrey Caine; Chuck Russell's action-adventure Mandrake; Deepa Mahta's eco-adventure Luna; and Bruce Willis-starring horror/htirller Grimm.