His production office is right above mine!!!!

Terry Gilliam Movie Saskatchewan Bound
TORONTO (CP) — Writer-director Terry Gilliam is bringing his sense of the fantastic and bizarre to Saskatchewan.
The acclaimed British director, known for such magical and surreal films as Brazil, Twelve Monkeys and The Adventures of Baron Munchausen, will shoot Tideland in Regina and picturesque Qu’Appelle valley for 10 weeks starting Sept. 27.
The script is based on Mitch Cullin’s acclaimed southern gothic novel of the same name and is written by Gilliam and Tony Grisoni.
Nine-year-old Vancouver actress Jodelle Ferland stars in the lead role, Jeliza-Rose. The cast also includes Brendan Fletcher of Comox, B.C., Jennifer Tilly and Janet McTeer.
Tideland is described as a fable about an abandoned girl’s life and the fantasies that help her escape the harsh reality of her childhood.
The Canada-U.K. co-production involves Toronto-based Capri Films and the U.K.’s Recorded Picture Co.
“Terry and I have been developing this project for many years and I am thrilled with the involvement of (co-producer) Gabriella Martinelli and Capri to realize this film in Canada,” Jerry Thomas, chairman of Recorded Picture, said Thursday in a release.