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Here is a summary of the key projects we’re talking about at this year’s AFM 2018.
Genre: Inspirational Drama, True Story
Stage: In development
Log: The mother of a child with special needs refuses to let her daughter become a victim of institutions, and fights to change the system not only for her daughter but for her community at large.
Audience: Largely female, family-friendly
Comparables: Erin Brockovich, Wonder
Special Elements: Female lead character, based on a true story, first time female director, Tax Credits bonus
Connect with us to find out more about our potential cast and other details. Get in touch with us about My Lala →
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Genre: Historical Drama, True Story, Novel Adaptation
Stage: In development
Log: An orphaned Scottish girl is enslaved on a Canadian farm as a Home Child in the 1890s, leaving her in search of family and a sense of belonging in an unexpected new world.
Audience: Largely female, family-friendly, historical interest
Comparables: Anne of Green Gables, Little Women, Secret Garden
Special Elements: Political and historical controversy, based on a book and true story, female lead character, Tax Credit bonus
Connect with us to find out more about our potential cast and other details. Get in touch with us about Mary Janeway →
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Girl in the Moon
Genre: Sci-fi, Family
Stage: Script stage
Log: A disaster in space leaves an astronaut presumed dead. With the help of a teenage renegade Mars Mission recruit, the astronaut’s young daughter heads in to space hoping to find her father. They uncover a secret that could jeopardize the well-being of humanity, and an alien life form whose intentions are uncertain, while learning to deal with the loss of a loved one.
Audience: Family-friendly, science fiction
Comparables: The Space Between
Special Elements: Strong female lead character, Tax Credit bonus
Connect with us to find out more about our potential cast and other details. Get in touch with us about Girl in the Moon →