'Roma' director Alfonso Cuarón signs a deal with Apple, will now produce projects for TV Plus
The pact spans five years and is a state-of-the-art deal.
Under the deal the multiple Oscar-winner will develop television projects exclusively for Apple's upcoming streaming service, Apple TV Plus.
According to Deadline, the pact spans five years and is a state-of-the-art deal.
Gabriela Rodriguez, the film-maker's long-time producing partner, will oversee the operations at his London-based production company, Esperanto Filmoj.
Cuarón's last project was critically-acclaimed film 'Roma', on which he served as writer, director, producer, editor, and cinematographer.
The film won three Academy Awards: best foreign language film and best director and cinematography for Cuarón.
Apple has also locked overall deals with creators Kerry Ehrin, Jason Katims and Justin Lin.