MUMBAI: Six low budget films are slated to be produced
every year starting 2014. Budgeted at one to two million
dollars per movie, it will be funded by Texas based
investment firm Anubis Partners. The deal is between
Michael Roff who owns Night and Day Pictures and investment
banker Michael Gelmon's Rockford Entertainment.
Production of the first movie will start in the first
quarter of 2014, which will be announced next month.
The festival sales strategy will follow, which had previously
led to Fox Searchlight pick up his movie Waitress
from Sundance festival. Save the Date also got
picked up by IFC after being shown at Park City.
Night & Day's upcoming slate includes Joss Whedon's
In Your Eyes, Lovesick starring Matt LeBlanc, and
comedy Larry Gaye: Renegade Male Flight Attendant.