Films acquisitions execs say they're eager to see
ART OF THE STEAL: Docu about the struggle for control of the Barnes art collection. (Sales: Submarine)BALIBO: Oz thriller set in East Timor, starring Anthony LaPaglia. (Content Film) CAIRO TIME: “Visitor”-esque drama with Patricia Clarkson. (Cinetic) CHLOE: Atom Egoyan-helmed relationship triangle with Julianne Moore, Amanda Seyfried and Liam Neeson. (StudioCanal) CRACKS: British boarding-school pic featuring Eva Green and helmed by Jordan Scott. (HandMade Films) HARRY BROWN: A British “Gran Torino,” starring Michael Caine. (HanWay Films) GET LOW: Southern drama with Robert Duvall, Bill Murray and Sissy Spacek. (CAA/K-5) THE HOLE: 3-D adventure pic from helmer Joe Dante; bowed in Venice. (WME/Bold Films) HOW TO FOLD A FLAG: Emotionally charged docu about ex-soldiers trying to find work. (Submarine) HUGH HEFNER: Playboy, Activist and Rebel: Docu about Playboy’s founder, helmed by Oscar winner Brigitte Berman. (Aver Media) THE JONESES: Demi Moore/David Duchovny pic about a perfectly fake family. (ICM/A. Hurwitz/Film Nation) LEAVES OF GRASS: Tim Blake Nelson-helmed twins dramedy starring Edward Norton. (UTA/WME/Nu Image) LIFE DURING WARTIME: Todd Solondz’s “Happiness” follow-up; unspooled in Telluride and Venice. (Cinetic) LOVE AND OTHER IMPOSSIBLE PURSUITS: Don Roos dramedy, with cast including Natalie Portman and Lisa Kudrow. (Incentive/Rena Ronson) MOTHER AND CHILD: Rodrigo Garcia’s adoption drama with Naomi Watts, Annette Bening and Samuel L. Jackson. (WME/West End Films) MR. NOBODY: Jaco Van Dormael’s futuristic pic with Jared Leto, Diane Kruger and Sarah Polley. (Wild Bunch) ONDINE: Neil Jordan’s Irish-set fantasy, toplining Colin Farrell. (CAA) PERRIER’S BOUNTY: Dublin-set caper with Cillian Murphy, Jim Broadbent and Brendan Gleeson. (HanWay Films) SOLITARY MAN: Michael Douglas starring as a car exec on self-destruct, helmed by Brian Koppelman and David Levien. (CAA/WME/Nu Image) SURVIVAL OF THE DEAD: George Romero’s latest horror oeuvre. (Cinetic/Voltage) TRIAGE: War correspondent drama by Oscar winner Danis Tanovic (“No Man’s Land”). (HanWay Films)
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