The film, described as “India's Pan's Labyrinth,” also has New Zealand's Phillipa Campbell as a producer and could tap into financing offered under co-production treaties.
Poland's Alvernia Studios and India's Little Red Car Films along with New Zealand-based producer Phillipa Campbell (Top of the Lake) will co-produce No Guns At My Son's Funeral.
Polish Studio Alvernia Backs Amy Heckerling's 'Vamps!' Based on the best-selling novel by Paro Anand, the film will be the feature debut of commercials director Puneet Rakheja. The film is budgeted at $2 million and is expected to begin shooting in Eastern Europe next winter.