A development-production-financing entity, Infinity Hill has unveiled a first film slate, with some some of the titles on offer at the American Film Market.
First up is “The Doorman,” starring Ruby Rose (Warner Bros.’ “Batwoman”) and Jean Reno (“Leon”). A Lionsgate U.S. pick up which has sold strongly in international, handled by Ddi, off a Berlin European Film Market bow, it is directed by Japan’s Ryûhei Kitamura. “The Doorman” is produced by Glynn, alongside Ddi’s Jason Moring, Immediate Film’s Michael Phillips and Smash Media’s Harry Winer.
Underscoring the film world’s new demands and consumer habits, first slate projects balance English-language projects – adaptations of