Magazine article Screen International

Fyzz Facility Opens LA Office

Magazine article Screen International

Fyzz Facility Opens LA Office

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UK producer-financiers The Fyzz Facility, run by producers Wayne Marc Godfrey and Robert Jones, is to open an LA office this month.

The co-funders, which provide development, bridging, senior debt, tax credit and GAP funding, have invested in 50 films since 2010.

These features include London Fields, starring Amber Heard and Billy Bob Thornton; Toronto drama Cake starring Jennifer Aniston, Anna Kendrick and Sam Worthington; comedy The Hooligan Factory from Nick Nevern and Jason Maza; and The Prince starring Bruce Willis and John Cusack.

Upcoming films backed by the company include The Survivalist from writer-director and former Screen Star of Tomorrow Stephen Fingleton, which made it onto the 2012 Black List; sci-fi-thriller Vice starring Bruce Willis; and Martin Scorsese's historical thriller Silence, which will star Liam Neeson and Andrew Garfield.

Most recently, the company has part-funded the Kurt Russell cowboy epic Bone Tomahawk, along with Bus 657 starring Robert De Niro.

In late 2014, the company will produce psychological thriller A Patch of Fog and is development on new thriller The Chinaman adapted from the bestselling novel by established screenwriter David Marconi. …

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