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The 3-D boom has spread to France, and word came down this morning about a project called BEHIND THE WALLS, being billed as the first dimensional live-action feature shot in that country. It’s in the works at Paris-based Sombrero Films, as part of the company’s Studio Mad genre label.
Variety reports that the movie will be directed by Julien Lacombe and Pascal Sid (pictured), making their feature debuts after a number of action-oriented short films. BEHIND THE WALLS is set in 1922 and follows a young novelist who holes up in a country house to work on his latest novel, and becomes plagued by horrific visions and nightmares. The $5-million production will spend 30 percent of that on its 3-D FX, according to producer Thomas Verhaeghe, whose credits include David Morlet’s zombie opus MUTANTS from last year. MK2 will handle theatrical and international sales of the movie.
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