In a pre-American Film Market move, Revolver Entertainment has acquired the documentary “The Cara Project,” which explores Cara Delevingne’s transition from a model to actress.
Delevingne’s credits include Suicide Squad,” “Paper Towns” and “Pan.” Revolver will be selling “The Cara Project” at Mipcom and AFM to broadcasters and home entertainment publishers and intends to release the film DVD and VOD in the U.S. and Canada within the next few months.
The documentary has not been authorized Delevigne.
Delevingne broke into acting as one of the leads on 2015’s “Paper Towns” after winning the British Fashion Award for Model of the Year twice. She starred in “Suicide Squad” as June Moore/Enchantress in “Suicide Squad.”
Delevingne has more than 34 million followers on Instagram and will next be seen starring as Laureline in Luc Besson’s “Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets,” alongside Ethan Hawke and Clive Owen.
Revolver Entertainment releases include Peter Nicholson’s “Dartmoor Killing,” Quinn Saunder’s “Apparition,” Chris Matthew’s “The Krays: Kill Order” and Kenneth Branagh’s “The Magic Flute.”