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Chris Pine, Amanda Seyfried, and Chiwetel Ejiofor are starring in Z For Zachariah, a post-apocalyptic feature that will be directed by Craig Zobel.
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Tobey Maguire is producing via his Material Pictures banner along with the company’s senior vp Matthew Plouffe. Zik Zak Filmworks’ Skuli Malmquist, Thor Sigurjonsson and Palomar Pictures’ Joni Sighvatsson are also producing.

Zachariah is a psychological thriller, set after an apocalyptic event. It centers on a teenaged girl (Seyfried) who is seemingly the sole survivor until a scientist (Ejiofor) finds her farm, and the two fall in love. Another survivor, a young man (Pine), surfaces, complicating matters.

An August shoot is being planned.

Nissar Modi wrote the script, an adaptation of Robert C. O’Brien’s classic science fiction novel.

Gary Ross and Lucky Hat Entertainment’s Stephen Bannatyne are executive producing, along with Silver Reel’s Claudia Bluemhuber and Lotus Entertainment’s Jim Seibel and Bill Johnson.

Lotus is selling international territories at Cannes. CAA arranged financing for the project, and CAA and WME will co-represent domestic rights.


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Thanks to Brian for the heads up on this.

Perhaps inevitably for an event held in the dark, sex will be a major drawcard at next month’s Sydney Film Festival.

Director Nashen Moodley’s second program is strong on films dealing frankly with sexuality in its extreme forms, including Amanda Seyfried in Lovelace, a biopic of the Deep Throat porn star Linda Lovelace; Steve Coogan as a Soho porn king in The Look Of Love; and the documentary Exposed, about New York burlesque performers.

Then there is the James Franco produced documentary Kink, about the world’s largest producer of bondage and sado-masochistic pornography; and Thanks For Sharing, which takes a light-hearted look at a sex-addiction support group with a cast that includes Gwyneth Paltrow, Mark Ruffalo, Tim Robbins and Pink.

“Sexuality is featured in a lot of the films in the festival this year,” Moodley says, adding quickly that there are many films on other serious subjects.

“There are also lots of films about people trying to cross borders, people trying to stay in countries and facing deportation. And there are films about rebellion against corporations and the same concerns that cinema always has – love, hate and war.”

The 12-day festival opens on June 5 with the world premiere of the Australian film Mys-tery Road, an outback murder mystery from director Ivan Sen (Beneath Clouds, Toomelah), which stars Aaron Pedersen, Hugo Weaving, Jack Thompson and Ryan Kwanten.