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Maddie McCann: The movie

HOMEPAGE NEWS REPORTS INDEX NEWS JANUARY 2008
Original Source:    SUN: SATURDAY - 01 - 02 - 03  09 JANUARY 2008
By ANTONELLA LAZZERI in Praia da Luz Published: 09 Jan 2008
 
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KATE and Gerry McCann are set to turn the story of missing daughter Madeleine into a FILM.

The couple believe the movie could raise money for the dwindling Find Madeleine fund, whose public donations have slowed to a trickle.

Their official spokesman has held talks with entertainment company IMG.

But last night the McCanns feared they may be CHARGED over Maddie as Portuguese prosecutors finally sent a dossier to Britain, demanding fresh interrogations.

McCann spokesman Clarence Mitchell met IMG representatives at their offices in Chiswick, West London.

No final decision has been made by the 39-year-old doctors, of Rothley, Leics.


However discussions HAVE established that the movie would be a documentary-style account of Maddie's disappearance and the huge search which has followed.

It would be filmed by the team which made award-winning drama Touching The Void ' about two climbers' fight for survival on a peak.

 

Mr Mitchell said: 'IMG sent Kate and Gerry a tape of the sort of film they make. Anything about Madeleine would be document-ary style, based on facts.

 

'Kate and Gerry will only agree if they feel it will generate income for their Find Madeleine fund.'

The McCanns have been named official suspects over Maddie by Portuguese cops, but deny involvement in her disappearance in the Algarve.

 

The prosecutors' file, also thought to request the seizure of Kates diary and Maddie's teddy, was reportedly sent to Home Secretary Jacqui Smith on Monday. 

 

It holds at least 40 questions cops want answered by the seven pals who dined with Kate and Gerry on the night Maddie vanished last May.

 

The McCanns could also be quizzed again. A source close to the family said: 'They insist they're innocent but fear they'll be charged.'

 

 

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