‘Cannibal’ Goes to 1984 Private Defense Contractors

R.F.I. Porto is writing this thriller about the world of illegal organ trading, with Alexandre Moors directing.
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‘Cannibal’ Goes to 1984 Private Defense Contractors

1984 Private Defense Contractors take CannibalAdi Shankar and Spencer Silna's 1984 Private Defense Contractors are gearing up for their next feature titled Cannibal. The project comes from Alexandre Moors and R.F.I. Porto.

Plot details are being held under wraps, but the film will be set in the world of illegal organ trading. Alexandre Moors is directing the project with R.F.I. Porto writing the script.

The film-making duo are best known for Blue Caprice, which stars Isaiah Washington, Tequan Richmond, Joey Lauren Adams, Tim Blake Nelson and Leo Fitzpatrick. That film was a hit at Sundance and will see a limited release on September 13th.

No production schedule has been released.

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