UK-based sales company Moviehouse Entertainment has struck a three-film partnership with Subotica Entertainment, the Irish producer of Sundance success Song For ARaggy Boy.
First up is In Like Flynn, which boasts Robert Carlyle and, subject to talks, Ray Winstonein its ensemble cast. First-time director Niall Heery begins principalphotography in Ireland in July on the comedy drama about an aspiring country& western singer. Great British Films is expected to co-finance.
Next is Clubland,starring Brenda Blethyn as a raucous stand-up comedienne. Australiandistributor Palace Films is on board, with principal photography startingJanuary in Australia. Australian Cherie Nowlan is directing from KeithThompson’s script, with RB Films’ Rosemary Blight producing with Subotica.
After Clubland,Subotica founders Tristan Orpen-Lynch and Dominic Wright aim to shoot TheSix Revenges Of Gregory Lynn. George Milton is directing John Simm, MichaelGambon and Vinnie Jones in the black comedy.
Separately,Moviehouse is now handling sales for The Truth, a comedy about new-agetherapy currently in production in Scotland. Milton is again directing, withElizabeth McGovern starring.
Another UKaddition to Moviehouse’s slate is (PastPresent Future) Imperfect, a dark family drama from writer-producer Guy deBeaujeu and director Roger Thorp. The ensemble British cast includes RupertFrazer, Tom Harper, Sorcha Cusack, Nicholas Irons and Stuart Bunce.