Cannes: Clive Owen, Jessica Biel to Star in London-Set Drama 'Invisible'
The drama will be financed and produced by Good Films, with production scheduled to begin in October.
Clive Owen and Jessica Biel have boarded Danis Tanovic’s Invisible.
The drama will be financed and produced by Good Films, with production scheduled to begin in London in October.
Invisible follows Felix (Owen) and Ann (Biel), who, despite their perfect lives, find themselves wanting more. On the other side of London, Anton, Hana and Alma have each traveled from faraway lands and put their lives on the line to seek out better opportunities than their homeland can offer. As these vastly separate lives collide in interweaving stories of class, identity and belonging, Invisible examines the true cost that the pursuit of happiness can take.
Miriam Segal will be producing for Good Films, with Good Universe handling worldwide sales on the project and introducing the film to buyers in Cannes.
Tena Stivicic (The World's Greatest Monster) will pen the script, adapting her original play of the same name.
In February, Tanovic won the Fipresci Prize and Silver Berlin Bear for his film Death in Sarajevo at the Berlin Film Festival.
Owen, who is repped by CAA, can next be seen in Luc Besson’s big-budget action Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets.
Biel is handled by WME and LBI Entertainment.
Good Films financed and produced Brad Furman’s summer film The Infiltrator, which stars Bryan Cranston, John Leguizamo and Diane Kruger. Broad Green will release wide on July 13 in the U.S.
The company also is teaming with Good Universe on Janusz Kaminski’s upcoming thriller, The Postcard Killings, with Dakota Fanning attached to star. The film also begins selling in Cannes.