Thursday, December 5, 2013

#Life Update: Movie Gets Financial Aid from Australia

Dane DeHaan Robert Pattinson Split - H 2013

SYDNEY - Robert Pattinson-starrer Life was one of four features, four adult TV dramas and one children’s TV series to receive a total of AUS$11 million ($9.9 million) in funding from Screen Australia, the agency announced Friday.  The investments by the agency, the first under newly installed CEO Graeme Mason, will trigger around   $63.3 million worth of production.
Life, the latest feature from director Anton Corbijn and See Saw Films, tells the story of a freelance photographer, Dennis Stock, on assignment for Life Magazine, and his unlikely friendship with the actor James Dean. Co-starring Dane DeHaan, Life is a German/Canadian/Australian co-production from Australian writer Luke Davies. Producers are Emile ShermanIain CanningChristina PiovesanBenito Mueller andWolfgang Mueller. Transmission Films is the Australian-New Zealand distributor while Film Nation is handling international sales.


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