Felicity Jones and Imogen Poots have joined the cast for "Trap for Cinderella," which U.K. sales outfit Metropolis is unveiling to buyers at AFM this week.
Maya Entertainment has acquired U.S. rights to "Sympathy for Delicious," Mark Ruffalo's directorial debut, and plans to release the pic this spring.
Voltage Pictures has secured a slew of pre-AFM international sales for indie political drama "The Whistleblower," starring Rachel Weisz, in the run up to AFM.
Fortissimo Films is boarding Wong Kar Wai's current project, "The Grandmaster," with chair Michael J. Werner taking an associate producer role.
News from the American Film Market: Accelerator is partnering with Fangoria Entertainment's Gravesend Film Enterprises to produce a slate of films.
L.A.-based Unified Pictures and Vancouver's Bron Studios are solidifying their relationship, inking a three-pic deal that commences with comedy "A Million Reasons."
Scarlett Johansson is set to star in Jonathan Glazer's sci-fi pic "Under the Skin," which Glen Basner's FilmNation is launching at the American Film Market.
Epic Pictures Group has locked a co-production and co-financing deal on "11:11:11," the next project from helmer Darren Lynn Bousman ("Saw II," "Saw III" and "Saw IV.")
Kaleidoscope Ent. has nabbed U.K. rights to action pic "Tracker," starring Ray Winstone.
A slew of Brit thesps, including Richard E. Grant and Rebecca Front, will join topliner Anjelica Huston in the cast of 3D kids' pic "Horrid Henry: The Movie."
Confidence in the indie sales sector is up as the global film biz descends on Santa Monica for the American Film Market today, with enough fresh product to keep buyers and sellers engaged.