Miramax HAL Films is developing “The Hole in the Mint,” a caper movie scripted by Will Osborne.

The pic’s bizarre premise involves a motley group of people unfairly fired from their jobs who decide to rob the London Mint disguised as a troupe of traditional English morris dancers.

Other projects on HAL’s development slate include “Angel Maker” from director Carine Adler (“Under the Skin”); “The Boys,” Israel Horowitz’s adaptation of Martin Gilbert’s book about a group of young concentration camp survivors relocated to England’s Lake District; and Kafir Yefet, who is set to direct a biopic based on Boy George’s “Take It Like a Man” for Fine Line and the BBC, is attached to helm “Houdini Girl” for HAL, adapted from Martin Bedford’s novel about a magician’s attempts to discover the secrets of his own disappearing lady.

London-based HAL, launched a year ago by David Aukin, Colin Leventhal and Trea Hoving in partnership with Miramax, has three pics currently in post — “Mansfield Park,” directed by Patricia Rozema, Sam Miller’s “Elephant Juice” and Gerard Stembridge’s Irish comedy “All About Adam.” The company is about to start shooting the Nicole Kidman starrer “Birthday Girl,” co-produced with FilmFour, and is also overseeing post-production on “Ordinary Decent Criminal” for Miramax.