Jim Jarmusch’s next film is finally wrapped, and by the time fans wait for its release, the details revealed can hype up the anticipation even more. It was previously revealed that Jarmusch’s upcoming project, titled “Father Mother Sister Brother,” includes Cate Blanchett, Vicky Krieps, and Charlotte Rampling. Now that the production has wrapped, more news regarding the feature has arrived.

Jim Jarmusch’s Next Film First Plot Details

In this feature, Jarmusch will reunite with his frequent collaborators, Adam Driver and Tom Waits, along with Mayim Bialik, Indya Moore, and Luka Sabbat. Described as a triptych, the official synopsis of the film reads:

“Three separate stories all concern the relationships between adult children, their somewhat distant parent (or parents), and each other. Each of the three parts takes place in the present, and each in a different country. Father is set in the Northeast U.S., Mother in Dublin, Ireland, and Sister Brother in Paris, France. The film is a series of character studies, quiet, observational, and non-judgmental. A comedy, but interwoven with threads of melancholy.” (via THR).

Filming of “Father Mother Sister Brother” took place in Paris following shoots in Dublin and in the northeastern United States. The film is expected to be finished later this year.

The film is produced and presented by Saint Laurent by Anthony Vaccarello, MUBI, and The Apartment (a Fremantle company) with Jarmusch’s Badjetlag and Gillibert’s CG Cinema. Vaccarello and Saint Laurent are becoming something of an ally in the indie film space following the launch of Saint Laurent Prods., which has three films in the Cannes Film Festival competition this year, including The Shrouds, Parthenope, and Emilia Perez.

The film’s producers include Charles Gillibert, Joshua Astrachan, Carter Logan, and Atilla Salih Yücer. In Ireland, Richard Bolger and Conor Barry at Hail Mary Pictures co-produced, with financing provided by Fís Éireann and Screen Ireland. Cinema Inutile delivered equity finance.

Presales have already been negotiated with Weltkino in Germany and Les Films du Losanges in France. The Match Factory will handle international sales, and Gersh will handle North American rights.

Who is Jim Jarmusch?

Jim Jarmusch is a renowned name in the Hollywood industry.  He has been a major proponent of independent cinema since the 1980s, directing films such as Stranger Than Paradise (1984), Down by Law (1986), Mystery Train (1989), Dead Man (1995), Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai (1999), Coffee and Cigarettes (2003), Broken Flowers (2005), Only Lovers Left Alive (2013), and Paterson (2016). His films often explore themes of existentialism, culture, and human relationships. And with his upcoming film, fans will once again get to witness his storytelling approach.

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