Surveillance: According to Variety, in her first picture since 1993's "Boxing Helena," Jennifer Lynch will direct the supernatural cop thriller Surveillance for Romano/Shane Prods.Budgeted under $10 million, Surveillance is the story of an FBI agent who encounters three would-be victims of a serial killer, all of whom have very different stories of their experiences.
Lynch wrote the script with Kent Harper.
The film will shoot in New Mexico this summer with equity financing.
The daughter of helmer David Lynch, Jennifer Lynch was 23 when she made her notorious feature-directing bow with "Boxing Helena." The pic had to overturn an NC-17 rating and file a breach of contract lawsuit against would-be star Kim Basinger, all before it was released by Orion Classics to dreadful reviews.