Hollywood screenwriter Mylo Carbia announces plans today to launch a new independent film company called Zohar Films
- Hollywood, CA December 31, 2003
Hollywood's most talked about new screenwriter formally announced plans today to launch her own production company called Zohar Films.
Named after an ancient spiritual text, Zohar Films will initially serve as a production entity for Carbia's own film projects and will later expand into a full-fledged independent film company by the end of 2004.
Carbia leaves Global Screen Partners today with full ownership of several of her projects including the much-talked about erotic thriller “Stat
ute of Limitations.” Carbia is intent on changing the project's reputation for being the “most coveted unread screenplay in Hollywood.” Global was originally set on shooting the picture themselves and
kept the script under lock and key as a result of the tremendous buzz surrounding the project.
However, Carbia announced this morning that she has no qualms about the possibility of selling the screenplay to
a studio, a statement which already has industry insiders predicting a bidding war for the project.
Global Screen Partners, who still plans to release Carbia's big screen version of the comic book “Double Impact” later next year, said that they harbor no bad feelings about Carbia's decision to leave the company.
“Mylo Carbia is a phenomenal screenwriter and we always knew that she would move on to bigger and better things,” said Global Screen Partners president, Richard Garcia. “We are extremely grateful for all of her hard work and wish her the very best with her new endeavor.”
For more information about Carbia and her work, please visit www.MyloCarbia.com