Scott Free has earmarked Stephen Fingleton’s invasion film temporarily titled Fog as the likely first project on its anticipated genre slate, which it is producing with Focus Features International and Orchard Capital, reports Screen Daily.
“Fog charts a family’s battle against a supernatural higher intelligence during a trip to London.”
Writer-director Fingleton is close to delivering a first draft to Scott Free. The film is being budgeted in the $2m range and is tentatively scheduled to shoot in Northern Ireland in early 2014.
Alien and Prometheus‘ Ridley Scott will executive produce the genre slate of six low budget features. Scott Free London produce with Orchard Media. Focus Features International are handling sales.
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