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Michael Radford has suspended the shoot of his latest film "The Mule (La mula)," a Spanish Civil War comedy.
Radford told his crew Saturday he had decided to stop shooting given the lack of co-production coin from the U.K. co-producer, Radford's own London-based Workhorse Enter- Radford tainment label and from Ireland's Subotica Entertainment.
"The Mule" had just completed six weeks of a seven-week shoot; cameras started to roll Aug. 31.
Budgeted at 7 million [pound sterling] ($10.5 million) and fully financed, "The Mule" is lead-produced by Alejandra Frade and Bruce St. Clair's Gheko Films in Madrid. Malaga's Gheko Films …