Producer, banker team for CinemaStreet

Offenbach, Campbell will focus on low to mid-range budgets

Producer Dana Offenbach and former Wall Street investment banker and venture capitalist Mark W. Campbell said Thursday that they are partnering to form the indie production company CinemaStreet, which will focus on pictures with low to mid-range budgets.

CinemaStreet, which said it will fund its slate from various sources, has several projects in development:

-- "The Pale Horseman," a supernatural thriller based on the graphic novel of the same name, which would mark the directorial debut of Kevin Grevioux, who has "story by" and "characters by" credits on the "Underworld" movies. Grevioux also wrote the screenplay for the film, which Shane Walker is co-producing and WME is packaging.

-- "Original Provisionals," a drama about inner-city youth sent to an exclusive summer camp in the '70s,' written by Christopher Scott Cherot.

-- "The Untitled Shelly Waxman Story," based on the true story of the Assistant U.S. Attorney who uncovered the truth about J. Edgar Hoover's Cointelpro program and the murder of Black Panther Party leader Fred Hampton, written by Sheldon Waxman and James Nathan Post.

-- "And One for All," a drama drama that tells the interweaving stories of four buddies and four men trapped in a Kentucky coal mine 50 years earlier, from Ron Kanecke and Piper Hickman.