Star Class Films is gearing up to produce The Inmate and The Chain Curse targeted for release in 2015.
February 8, 2013 (Newswire.com) - Continuing its strategy of delivering exceptional creative films to audiences, Star Class Films has acquired to produce a film adaption of The Inmate, a stage play written by Steven Sommer. Set in 1952 the plot revolves around a genius in a sanatorium who is afraid of the outside world. The production company has finished an adaptation deal, but no writer has been announced yet. More details will be announced in Spring.
While the deal is not completed for the upcoming movie The Chain Curse, Remo Vinzens is expected to sign up for the gothic film. Plot details are being kept under wraps and more details will be announced once finalized.
Star Class is still busy to save the ongoing Senior Torres movie after Tremoon Pictures dropped out of the independently-financed film due to scheduling conflicts. As well as the Michelangelo project which became casualty of economic crisis in Southern Europe and is on hold on Star Class stack. The plot revolves around Michelangelo's early life in Rome and follows him at his stages in Florence - where he completes his most famous work, the Statue of David, always accompanied by his apprentice Ascanio.
About Star Class Films:
Star Class Films is a subsidiary firm of MGMT Star Class and is independent movie finance; Production Company founded in April 2007 by CEO "Management Star Class" Bettina Gantenbein and actor Remo Vinzens. She holds in the Chairman position while Actor Remo Vinzens serves as a partner - but the two are running the company as a partnership.