Los Angeles/Ottawa, May 11 (Canadian-Media): Fearless Productions, a new motion picture company focused on the development to final picture of independent movies, is the North American arm of the production company, launched by award-winning producer Gabrielle Whyte Hart, media reports said.
The genres that the company, Fearless Productions, likes to develop and produce reportedly are, horror drama and thriller films.
Hailing from the UK, her psychological thriller BECOMING starring Toby Kebbell, Penelope Mitchell and Jason Patric will be promoted this week in Cannes.
BECOMING/Courtesy of IMDb
BECOMING, the first film, based in Los Angeles, California (CA), United States (U.S) under the label will be released in late 2018.
The film BECOMING, written and directed by Omar Naim, is currently in postproduction and follows a young woman who learns that her fiancé has become possessed by an evil entity.
"Ever since Gaby read my script, she has worked tirelessly and been a passionate warrior to the cause of getting the film made. Her faith and support in me and my vision is unfaltering, and as a director that's the best I can hope for in any producing partner," said Naim.
“Making BECOMING has been the most rewarding experience of my life.” Says Whyte-Hart. “The script is truly something special. I began this project when I was pregnant with my first daughter, and I poured my heart and soul into this film. Now, my daughter is 5, and I am so excited about the finished product.”
At 30 years of age, Gabrielle is credited as being one of the youngest women to produce a full feature film.
Gabrielle continues, “Being able to walk onto a film set surrounded by such a strong network of fierce and diverse women makes me believe in the equality of women’s rights to men’s. On BECOMING, we had a very strong group of women in the production office as well as other departments. I hope to continue to work with such strong women going forward in my career. We are a force to be reckoned with.”
Having risen to fame at such a young age while raising two small children, Gabrielle also received numerous awards for her films to date.
She was the winner of the Super Shorts Film festival in 2005 for SECOND CHILDHOOD, Best Feature film for DEAD END at the WON Music video and Screen awards and Best short film for T.I.D.E. at the Super Shorts Film Festival in the United Kingdom. Other nominations include the Marbella Film Festival for Best feature film DEAD END and the Cannes Short Film Corner for Best film ONE DAY IN HELL.
DEAD END/Courtesy of IMDb
As a working mother and the managing director of Fearless Productions, Gabrielle exemplifies a successful woman in the film industry.
She recalls, “I remember sending my resume off to 2,000 companies and getting rejected by all of them.
Being a successful film maker in a male-dominated world, it was becoming harder and harder to achieve my vision, but my determination was always there.”
Her next project SACRED GAMES, based on the book written by Gerald Jacobsis currently in development.
The brutality of the Holocaust into the experiences of a real-life individual is shown in this film.
It’s the story of one Hungarian Jew’s fight to survive.
Double Dutch International (DDI) -- reportedly a globally recognized sales company is handling international sales on BECOMING -- and Traverse Media -- reportedly founded by producer Cole Payne and talent manager Jeremy Loethen, is a -- production and talent management company is looking after North America.