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Hawkeye Pictures Developing Mystery ‘The Honey Farm’ as Movie (Exclusive)

  • Variety
Toronto-based production company Hawkeye Pictures has acquired the feature film and television rights to Harriet Alida Lye’s debut novel, “The Honey Farm,” and is planning to make a feature film, Variety has learned exclusively.

“The Honey Farm” tells the story of two budding artists — a would-be poet and a painter — who move to a remote farm and begin a romance as creepy, inexplicable events, possibly orchestrated by the enigmatic woman in charge, start to unfold around them. The narrative portrays the natural world as both lovely and menacing, depicted as the interior lives of the characters.

“Harriet is an exceptional talent,” said producer Aeschylus Poulos. “We are thrilled to be adapting her artful creation for the screen.”

“The Honey Farm” will be published in Canada on April 15 and May 29 in the U.S. Rights were sold by Kim Yau of Paradigm on behalf of Stephanie Sinclair of Transatlantic Agency.
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Red Sea Media boards '22 Chaser' for Efm sales

New slate includes Fake Blood, Skin In The Game

Roman Kopelevich’s La-based Red Sea Media arrives in Berlin this week with sales rights to the action thriller 22 Chaser.

Dan Bekerman and Don Carmody are producing the story of an honest tow truck driver who risks everything in a desperate quest to become king of the road and provide for his family.

“Growing up in the 80’s, I became a fan of high-concept action thrillers,” Kopelevich said. “This film reminds me of those – this is a no-holds-barred action thriller.

“A man placed under extreme circumstances who needs to provide for his family has to make choices: whether to be ethical or to put food on the table. Sadly, they are mutually exclusive, as many of life’s decisions are.”

Red Sea Media also introduces documentary Fake Blood, in which Rob Grant and Mike Kovac investigate violence in films and get to know real-life criminals. LevelFilm distributes in North
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