Company nabs international rights to 'Love' film
Voltage Pictures has swung the international rights to “Love n’ Dancing,” an Amy Smart starrer lensing in New Mexico.
Tom Malloy wrote and co-stars in the pic, directed by Robert Iscove (“She’s all That”).
Story revolves around Jake (Malloy), a champion West Coast swing dancer and teacher who happens to be deaf. He meets Jessica (Smart), who is eager to rekindle her passion for dancing with her workaholic fiance. Instead, the two pair up for the world championship of swing competish.
Sylvia Caminer and choreographer Robert Royston are producing.
“We saw footage of one dance scene and were blown away and wanted to get involved immediately,” said Voltage prexy-CEO Nicolas Chartier.
Voltage, a partnership between Chartier and producer Dean Devlin, is in post on its first inhouse production, Kathryn Bigelow’s Iraqi-set “The Hurt Locker.” Company is handling international sales for “Personal Effects,” a Michelle Pfeiffer-Ashton Kutcher love story; George A. Romero’s untitled sequel to “Diary of the Dead”; and the Mischa Barton thriller “Homecoming.”