All For One finds funds for ‘Carousel’

Wall Street thriller is first in three-film slate

All For One, One For All Entertainment has secured financing for “Carousel,” the first film in a three-picture slate. Production is set for this summer in New York City.

Company topper Alan A. Saretsky will produce with Richard Salvatore (“The Big Wedding”) and David E. Ornston (“Finding Bliss”). Trio are currently seeking a director for the project.

Based on a true story, thriller follows Johnny Carousel as he climbs the Wall Street ladder of greed, drugs and alcohol.

The Paradigm Motion Picture Finance Group will handle all sales for the three-pic slate, which also includes an action-thriller from writer-director George Gallo (“Middle Men”) and a thriller penned by Salvatore.

Saretsky, who comes to Hollywood from Wall Street, will produce all three films with Salvatore and Ornston, who together have produced over 45 feature films.

Saretsky has brought financing to several films including William Forsythe-Tony Danza pic “The Nail.” Salvatore’s most recent producing effort, “The Big Wedding,” is slated for wide release this fall through Lionsgate. Ornston recently produced “Sofia” (aka “Assassin’s Bullet”), which is due for limited theatrical release in August.

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