Cult sensation Chuck Palahniuk's making a SNUFF film

Cult sensation Chuck Palahniuk's making a SNUFF film
Updated: 07-04-2012

Award-Winning French filmmaker Fabien Martorell (Tromatized: Meet Lloyd Kaufman)
is set to adapt and direct Snuff written by NY Times Best seller / cult sensation Chuck
Palahniuk (Fight Club, Choke).

Martorell will direct the script that he co-wrote with Golan Ramras. Producers Jean Pierre Magro and Dean O’Toole will finance and produce through their London-based Immortal Transmedia along with Ramras, Martorell and Aperture Entertainment's Adam Goldworm.

SNUFF is an R-rated story of love and redemption set in the green room of the world's
biggest gang bang; porn priestess Cassie Wright intends to cap her legendary career by
breaking the world record for serial fornication on camera with 600 men. Snuff unfolds
from the perspectives of Mr. 72, Mr. 137, and Mr. 600, who await their turn on camera and are each connected to Cassie in strange ways.

Like in all of Palahniuk's twisted tales, nobody is who they seem to be and things are going to get worse before they get better. Chuck Palahniuk is the best selling author of numerous novels including “Fight Club”, which David Fincher made into a film, “Diary”, “Lullaby”, “Survivor” and “Haunted”.

Fabien Martorell recently wrapped The Guns Story, a documentary about legendary
guitarist Tracii Guns (founder of L.A. Guns and Guns N’ Roses), and is currently filming THE COIN starring Christopher Lloyd and Kathryn Morris. Martorell's first featurelength documentary, Tromatized: Meet Lloyd Kaufman, was awarded, “Best Biographical Documentary,” at the 2009 New York International Independent Film Festival. He has directed, written and produced 8 short films that have been selected and screened at prestigious international festivals including Cannes.

Immortal Transmedia is a London-based production house where Producers Jean Pierre
Magro and Dean O’Toole lead a vibrant and diverse team of creative and production
talent. With decades of experience, Jean Pierre and Dean have won and been nominated
for various awards including BAFTAs, and have overseen the production on projects as
varied as Matthew Vaughn’s Kick Ass, Harmony Korine’s Mister Lonely, and upcoming
UK sitcoms “The Midnight Beast” and “PLEBS” as well as the Universal hit
Golan Ramras is the Vice President for Development and Production for Hero Pictures.
He is currently producing Silent Knights with J. Todd Harris, The Confined with Michael
Zoumas, and Growing Up (and other lies) starring Adam Brody, Amber Tamblyn and
Taran Killam. Before joining Hero, Ramras worked as an executive at Marvel Studios,
Kadokawa Pictures, and Doug Liman's Hypnotic Entertainment. Ramras is also a
manager at the Telluride Film Festival, and founded the non-profit IFP Phoenix.
Adam Goldworm, founder of boutique management/production company Aperture
Entertainment, is producing Lore at Warner Bros. starring Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson,
and The Last Witch Hunter at Summit with Breck Eisner directing. Goldworm produced
Showtime's Emmy-winning “Masters of Horror” and NBC's “Fear Itself” along with
various indie films including Simon Rumley's Red, White & Blue and Silent Night,
directed by Steven C. Miller starring Malcolm McDowell and Jamie King.

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