Max Clifford say he's in discussions with three film companies
Jade Goody's life could be turned into a movie, according to her former publicist Max Clifford.
He's told Newsbeat that he is in discussions with three different film companies about the project.
He said: "I'm in discussions with three separate organisations, all of whom want to make a movie of her life."
Max Clifford was one of the hundreds of mourners who attended Jade Goody's funeral on Saturday at Buckhurst Hill in Essex.
He added: "They're more than discussions. They're serious discussions because obviously it was such an incredible life and it's a life that's touched so many people."
Singer Jamelia and Davina McCall, presenter of Channel 4 reality show Big Brother, joined Jade's mother Jackiey Budden, 51, widower Jack Tweed, 21, and more than 300 mourners at the ceremony.
Thousands also lined the streets to say goodbye to the reality television star.
Well-wishers threw flowers as Jade's funeral cortege travelled from Bermondsey in south east London to Essex.
Max Clifford said the funeral was a wonderful day with people turning up from all parts of Britain to say farewell.
"It was a huge tribute to the girl, she would have absolutely loved it."
Jade Goody died on 22 March at the age of 27 after losing her battle with cervical cancer.