Berlin 2013: Barbra Streisand Signs Directing Deal With Aldamisa International
UPDATED: She's reportedly considering several projects, but no further details were available.
BERLIN -- Barbra Streisand might return to the director's chair for the first time since The Mirror Has Two Faces in 1996.
Los Angeles-based sales and financing outfit Aldamisa International said Friday that it has struck a directing deal with Streisand, though no title was announced. She reportedly is mulling several projects.
"We are thrilled to provide underwriting for a filmmaker of her vision, stature and accomplishment," said Aldamisa president of international sales and acquistions Nadine de Barros, who is in Berlin at the European Film Market.
Mark Manuel's Kilburn Media will provide financing. Aldamisa co-chairman Sergei Bespalov will produce alongside de Barros.
Streisand seems to have renewed interest in her movie career. Over Christmas, she appeared in The Guilt Trip, her first starring role since The Mirror Has Two Faces.
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