Fantasia genre festival unveils co-production forum lineup
Canada has four projects in the co-pro forum, including Bruce McDonald's Pontypool Changes, and Pork Chop, by director Sid Zanforlin.
Fantasia International Film Festival is launching a co-production forum to connect North-American, European and Australasian genre film projects.
Fantasia’s upcoming 16th edition will feature the Frontières International Co-Production Market, with Canada being represented by Bruce McDonald’s Pontypool Changes, based on a script by Tony Burgess, and Pork Chop, by director Sid Zanforlin, who co-wrote the script with Chris Bavota.
And the Canadian filmmaking duo of Caroline Labrèche and Steve Léonard will bring their low-budget genre pics Sans Dessein and Radius to Fantasia to explore co-production possibilities.
In all, 14 projects will be match-made in Montreal, including Australia’s Blood Borne, by writer/director Fin Edquist, and and Mexican director Jorge Michel Grau’s Keep Quiet.
The Fantasia International Film Festival is set to run in Montreal from July 19 to Aug. 7, 2012.