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“Bliss”
Director: Doris Doerrie
Logline: Based on a short story by author and Berlin defense attorney Ferdinand von Schirach, tale follows a young prostitute whose life gets complicated when a customer dies in her flat.
Cast: Alba Rohrwacher, Vinzenz Kiefer, Matthias Brandt
Producer: Oliver Berben
Exec Producer: Martin Moszkowicz

“Resident Evil: Retribution”
Director: Paul W.S. Anderson
Logline: A direct sequel to “Resident Evil: Afterlife,” “Retribution” picks up where the last installment left off and brings back some of the characters from the earlier “Resident Evil” movies.
Cast: Milla Jovovich
Producers: Paul W.S. Anderson, Jeremy Bolt, Robert Kulzer, Don Carmody, Samuel Hadida
Exec Producers: Martin Moszkowicz, Victor Hadida

“The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones”
Director: Scott Charles Stewart
Logline: An adaptation of Cassandra Clare’s bestselling book series, the story follows a New York teen who discovers the magical world of Shadowhunters, a secret cadre of warriors dedicated to battling demons, after her mother mysteriously disappears.
Cast: Lily Collins
Producers: Robert Kulzer, Michael Lynne, Robert Shaye
Exec Producers: Martin Moszkowicz, Dylan Sellers

“The Poison Kitchen”
Director: Robert Schwentke
Logline: The story of the Munich Post newspaper and its long-term campaign against Adolf Hitler until it was finally shut down by the Nazis following their ascent to power.
Cast: TBA
Producers: Robert Kulzer and Margo Klewans”
Exec Producer: Martin Moszkowicz

“Ich knall euch ab! (Give a Boy a Gun)
Director: Dennis Gansel
Logline: Based on the book by Todd Strasser (“The Wave”), story revolves around two troubled and heavily armed students who hold their classmates hostage at a high school dance and target the jocks and teachers who tormented them.
Cast: TBA
Producer: Christian Becker

“Pompeii”
Director: Paul W.S. Anderson
Logline: A teen love story set in the ancient Roman city during the catastrophic Vesuvius eruption.
Cast: TBA
Producers: Paul W.S. Anderson, Jeremy Bolt, Robert Kulzer
Exec Producer: Martin Moszkowicz

“Kampusch”
Director: Sherry Hormann
Logline: The harrowing true story of young Austrian kidnap victim Natascha Kampusch, who spent eight years locked in a basement before escaping in 2006.
Cast: TBA
Producer: Martin Moszkowicz

“Tarzan”
Director: Reinhard Klooss
Logline: The CGI-animated 3D version of the Edgar Rice Burroughs classic will be a contemporary story focusing on a teenage Tarzan that promises “a more testosterone-driven approach to the franchise” than what has previously been seen in animated versions.
Cast: TBA
Producers: Reinhard Klooss, Robert Kulzer
Exec Producer: Martin Moszkowicz

“Winnetou”
Director: TBA
Logline: An English-language adaptation of Karl May’s “Winnetou,” a German-language classic of the American West about an Apache hero, penned by “Dances With Wolves” scribe Michael Blake.
Cast: TBA
Producer: Robert Kulzer
Exec Producer: Martin Moszkowicz

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