It is being directed by Irish director Alan Friel for the first time, who previously worked with Peake on his award-winning 2017 short ‘Cake’, reports ‘Variety’.
The cameras are on ‘Woken’ in Fanor Beach, Ireland, which is led by Fantastic Films of Ireland.
“Woken”, also written by Friel, is set against a post-apocalyptic scenario in which the isle provides a safe haven from a pandemic that has decimated Earth.
Nor does Anna recognize Helen and Peter who are allegedly helping her regain her health. Disbelief in what she is being told leads to a terrifying revelation and Anna has to grapple with existential issues brought on by man’s destruction of the planet.
According to Variety, Propaganda has also worked with Fantastic Films on the sci-fi drama “Oblico 616” directed by Italy’s Lida Petitucci and co-written by Milo Tisone, Federica Pontremoli and Marcus Fleming.
Propaganda is the major builder on this science-store that is set in the near future and consists of a group of people emitting deadly radiations. Belgium’s Gap Busters are also on board.
Also in the extended pipeline of propaganda is the family fantasy “Volare,” to be directed by the multi-hyphenate Pier Paolo Pagnelli and features a girl named Sarah who escapes from a terrible orphanage and joins a magical circus. It becomes
“We chose the style because we like it: its [सिनेमाई] The language is clear and the style also has a very attentive and well-defined audience,” said Matteo Odon, Propaganda CEO and Partner.
He said the company aims to take genre filmmaking to the highest possible level “through innovation with new talent. At the same time respecting its principles.”
Propaganda’s lineup also includes co-producer on Andrea Pallaoro’s high-profile English-language drama “Monica,” which is now in the post.
The pic stars Trace Lysette in the title role as a woman who for the first time in 20 years returns home to the Midwest to care for her dying mother, played by Patricia Clarkson, and undergoes major mental changes.