British producer Miriam Segal is set to produce a slate of six movies, with budgets between $10 million and $55 million, the company announced on Sunday at the AFM.
The films will be produced through Segal’s Good Films and its packaging and development label, George Films.
The first of these films will go into production in early 2013, with George Films responsible for packaging and developing the films through a $3 million fund that the company has raised through U.K. tax incentives.
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The slate includes Tena Štivičić’s “Invisible,” Robert Mazur’s “The Infiltrator,” Siri Hustvedt’s “What I Loved,” Zimbabwe-set “When a Crocodile Eats the Sun” from Peter Godwin (photo, left), James Patterson and Liza Markland’s “Postcard Killers,” and Polly Steele’s “The F**K it Button.”
Segal has a 20-year background in the film industry, which includes producing films for the BBC as well as serial dramas and the iconic British TV series “EastEnders.”