TriStar Pictures Lands Feature Rights To Michiel Blanchart’s Short Film ‘You’re Dead Helene’ – Deadline

EXCLUSIVE: In a competitive situation, TriStar Pictures has acquired the rights to the supernatural romantic comedy You’re Dead Helene, which is based on Michiel Blanchart’s award-winning short film, which he wrote and directed. Blanchart will direct the feature film, which is being produced by Sam Raimi and Rob Tapert at Ghost House and Michaël Goldberg and Boris Van Gils at Playbox Pictures. Caellum Allan will oversee the project for TriStar Pictures. Romel Adam will oversee for Ghost House.

“The film is touching and terrifying. Michiel is one of the few modern directors that can balance humor and terror, and he does it in an exciting new way,” said Raimi.

Currently in consideration for the 2022 Academy Awards Shortlist, the live action short film is produced by Daylight Films and Formosa Productions, is supported by Canal+, FWB and Region Grand Est, and has played at numerous prestigious film festivals around the world including Rhode Island International Film Festival (won Oscar qualifying Grand Prize), Clermont Ferrand, Sitges (won Best Short Film), Austin Fantastic Fest (won the Short Fuse Award), and the Gerardmer Film Festival (won the Grand Prize).

Blanchart is repped by WME and Jerome Duboz of Ithaka Media.

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