THE POLITICAL THRILLER WITH FILM FARM NOW HAS A NAME
A quick post, since I only have a minute-- but here is exciting news via Screen Daily's Denis Seguin, who posted an article today from Toronto about the production slate of Film Farm, the company that produced Brian De Palma's Redacted:
Also on Film Farm’s production slate is Brian De Palma’s Tabloid, a political thriller inspired by political and personal imbroglios of Democratic presidential nominee John Edwards – with a serial killer thrown in. Weiss described the project as exploring De Palma’s core themes: politics, sex and murder.
This is undoubtedly the formerly untitled political thriller mentioned by Film Farm at Cannes last year (2008). When I asked De Palma what that film was about, he replied, "Sex and Lies on the Champaign Trail."