Isabelle Obadia and Adeline Monzier’s new production company Black Rabbit Film is teaming up with Canadian outfit Impatient Films for the drama, to be directed by Frédéric Colier.

France’s Black Rabbit Film and Canada’s Impatient Pictures are teaming up to co-produce Made In China, written and directed by French film-maker Frédéric Colier [pictured].

The English language film about the struggle of two brothers coming to terms with their unresolved past will be shot on location in Canada. Post production will take place in France.

Isabelle Obadia and Adeline Monzier, who also run the professional network of indie distributors Europa Distribution, will produce for their newly formed Paris and New York based independent production company Black Rabbit along with Gregory Mackenzie for Impatient.

“It’s a great pleasure to start our co-production activity with someone as talented as Frédéric. He has a wonderful way with words and has written a universal script which combines the best of French and North American storytelling,” said Monzier.