Production begins on comedy about yoga and chicken farming
Indie comedy “Sunny Side Up” has begun production in Boston with a cast that includes Parker Posey and Christy Scott Cashman, who penned the screenplay.
David Pomes (“Cook Country”) helms.
Cashman also co-produces with Michael Mailer and Galt Niederhoffer, the writer-director-producer who wrote and helmed “The Romantics,” based on her own novel.
“Sunny Side,” which will incorporate elements of improv, centers on a yoga guru (Posey) from the city who brings her entourage to a chicken farm in the country and attempts to co-exist with the farmers there.
Cashman was an exec producer on “The Kids Are All Right.”
Niederhoffer’s first book, “A Taxonomy of Barnacles,” is in development at Sony.