Titles include Everado Gout’s “Invisible,” Brad Furman’s “The Infiltrator,” Polly Steele’s “The F**k It Button,” “When a Crocodile Eats the Sun,” based on the 2006 memoir by Zimbabwean journo Peter Godwin, “Postcard Killers,” based on a novel by James Patterson and Liza Marklund, and “What I Loved,” based on Siri Hustvedt’s novel.
The six projects are budgeted between $10 million and $52 million. “Invisible” and “The Infiltrator” will lense in summer.
“Our strategy is to handpick long-term finance and creative partners across all our films, essentially creating our own ‘mini-studio’ with a cohesive vision and identity,” said Good Films’ founder and producer Miriam Segal.
“We believe in Miriam’s vision and loved Good Films’ slate of compelling and original films; a long-term partnership made great sense,” said Basner.
Allison Silver, exec VP worldwide production, will oversee Good Films’ slate on behalf of FilmNation.
Berlin unspools Feb. 7 to 17.