Vox3 Films has acquired the rights to Peter Alson's memoir of "Confessions of an Ivy League Bookie."
Seemingly progressing well, Vox3 Films has delightfully added another new project under its banner after picking up Nicole Kidman's vehicle of "Fur: An Imaginary Portrait of Diane Arbus." The Hollywood Reporter revealed that the studio has successfully secured the rights to "Confessions of an Ivy League Bookie", a picture based on Peter Alson's memoir of the same title.
Telling about Alson's account of life as a down-and-out Harvard graduate who gets his real education when taking a job as bookie in Greenwich Village, pic is directed by David Greenwald who also pens the script alongside the author. Jonathan Kesselman is set to produce under his newly formed production company the Worldwide Media Conspiracy together with Vox3 principals.
A New York-based company, Vox3 has long been committed to either develop or produce original independent films. Its other big screen projects include "Game 6", "Yes", "Stained Glass, and "Crawling at Night."