HOLLYWOOD — Kenneth Schwenker, an associate producer on the upcoming DreamWorks comedy “Evolution,” has formed a co-production alliance between his Oak Island Films and WindHorse Entertainment, an internationally financed company headed by Dominique Luchart.
The duo’s first projects include “The Trip,” which will be produced in association with Falcon Lair Films, and the thriller “Dark Crimes,” which Luchart will direct. The team is also readying the 13-part series “Tops,”
written by Floyd Byars and William Stadiem, with Zalman King attached to direct.
Oak Island is an independently funded development and production company founded by Schwenker in 1993. Shingle’s library includes “Kiss Daddy Goodnight,” starring Uma Thurman, and “The Winner,” starring Rebecca De Mornay, Billy Bob Thornton and Delroy Lindo.
Luchart recently completed her first feature, “The Gift,” a supernatural thriller based on her own screenplay.