Stuart Sauvarin is writing, directing and producing the indie movie through his company Sauvtrac along with Union Entertainment Group
“True Blood” actress Fiona Dourif is set to star in the psychological thriller “Origami Fox,” TheWrap has learned.
“Origami Fox” marks the feature film debut of writer/director Stuart Sauvarin, whose company Sauvtrac is producing the movie in association with Union Entertainment Group.
A thriller in the vein of Darren Aronofsky’s “Black Swan” and David Fincher’s “The Game,” “Origami Fox” is set in a world of opulence where nothing is as it seems.
Dourif will play Brea, a young girl seeking revenge in the aftermath of death as the world around her unravels, revealing horrifying secrets about her life and family.
UEG’s recent productions “Hateship Loveship” and “The Brass Teapot” premiered at the last two Toronto International Film Festivals.
Dourif, the daughter of Oscar-nominated “Child’s Play” star Brad Dourif, recently joined her father in the latest installment of the popular horror franchise “Curse of Chucky.” She played a witch on the fourth season of HBO’s “True Blood” and has also appeared in Paul Thomas Anderson’s “The Master” and Oren Moverman’s “The Messenger.”
Dourif is represented by Innovative Artists and Juliet Green Management.