NEW YORK — HDNet Films, the production banner under Todd Wagner and Mark Cuban’s 2929 Entertainment, has greenlit writer-helmer Matthew Tauber’s “All Fall Down” as another low-budget project that will be simultaneously distribbed day-and-date in theaters, on DVD and on the HDNet Movies channel.
Unit has previously pegged a number of features to be released the same way, including six pics by helmer Steven Soderbergh.
Urban drama “Fall Down” stars Anthony LaPaglia, Isabella Rossellini, Viola Davis and Hayden Panettiere. Story concerns an architect confronted by an outspoken female activist living in a dangerous housing project that he designed.
HDNet Films heads Jason Kliot and Joana Vicente are producing the film, with Danny Leiner and Declan Baldwin. Wagner and Cuban exec produce.
Magnolia Pictures, 2929’s theatrical distrib arm, will release “Fall Down,” which will be booked into 2929’s Landmark Theaters chain.
Magnolia recently rolled out HDNet Films’ docu “Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room.”
Tauber was a producer on recent Tribeca Film Festival pic “The Great New Wonderful.”
HDNet Films is in post on Alex Steyermark’s “One Last Thing …,” Joseph Castelo’s “The War Within” and Soderbergh’s “Bubble.”