Basmati Blues, a Bollywood-style musical about genetically modified rice, supported by a 2007 Sloan grant at Film Independent, was shot in India this summer. The film is currently in post-production and is slated for release in 2014 with Brie Larson, Donald Sutherland, and Tyne Daly starring. Larson, who picked up a Gotham Award for her breakout role in Destin Daniel Cretton's Short Term 12, was recently named one of 10 Actors to Watch by Variety, which reports that “she’s particularly excited about India-set Basmati Blues," which she says is "strange and musical and funny and thought-provoking and action-packed.” Basmati Blues is another successful result of Sloan’s film development pipeline which has to date released nine films into theaters and has at least four more currently in production or post-production.