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At ScreenSingapore/Asian Television Forum (Atf) today, Singapore’s Infinite Studios signed an Mou on a joint venture with Indonesia’s Screenplay Productions to produce a slate of six Indonesian theatrical features.
Aiming in the long term to build a library of films that will work commercially in and out of the Indonesian market, the partnership will start with this first slate of six films with a total budget of $4m. It plans to move forward with an average of six films yearly.
With facilities in Singapore and Indonesia, Infinite Studios boasts sound stages, backlot and post-production services that have worked for the HBO Asia for its original series Serangoon Road and original film Dead Mine. The company recently provided production services for the Jakarta shoot of Michael Mann’s upcoming action thriller Cyber and also collaborates with Eric Khoo’s genre label Gorylah Productions.
“We are now looking to get into content creation that will further »
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Singapore – Infinite Studios, one of the leading production and facilities groups in South East Asia, has partnered with Indonesian TV producer Screenplay Productions to hatch a slate of Indonesian feature films.
Infinite’s Indonesian subsidiary Pt Kinema and Screenplay will jointly invest some $4 million per year in a slate of six features per year. A further $1 million per year will be provided for local marketing and promotion.
“It is important for us and for Indonesian cinema to put greater quality on screen, in terms of script, design and visual effects, that’s why we are making the step up to feature films” said Wicky Olindo, director of Screenplay. “The average budget for a TV movie in Indonesia might be around $20,000, we are going to be investing closer to $1 million.”
Screenplay is an associate of broadcaster Scma Group, which also houses TV channels Sctv, Indiosar and O Channel. It has produced »
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Natalie Portman stuns on the November cover of ‘Marie Claire’ — find out all the details surrounding her move to Paris and her beauty look below!
Natalie Portman, 32, looks sexy and confident on the cover of Marie Claire magazine. In the Nov. issue, on stands Oct. 22, the mother talks about her upcoming movie, Thor: The Dark World, and what her costar Chris Hemsworth is like! She looks absolutely stunning on the cover — we love her chiseled cheekbones!
Natalie Portman’s Beauty On ‘Marie Claire’ — She Looks Stunning
Natalie is back in full force, with four movies coming up within the next year. The Oscar winner has kept off the big screen for about two years since winning her award for Black Swan, and giving birth to her son Aleph. Now, the actress wows on the magazine cover and tells Marie Claire all about her life.
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The ‘Spring Breakers’ star rocked a sexy smokey eye at the Paris premiere of her upcoming movie — here’s how you can copy her look!
Selena Gomez, 20, wore a super sexy Gucci dress at the premiere of Spring Breakers at Le Grand Rex theater in Paris on Feb. 18. Her beauty look was flawless — she was glowing and sultry but not too matchy-matchy. We’ll help you copy her red carpet glam below!
To compliment her Gucci dress, Sel wore strappy Jimmy Choo high heels. Selena wore a shiny nude lip gloss, bronzer and coral blush. But everyone was focused on her eyes — and they were amazing! Her stunning updo showed off her gorgeous Canary Diamond earrings from Pearl Collective.
How To Get Selena Gomez’s Smokey Eye
To get a look like Selena, we recommend using Nyx’s Love in Paris Palette. The nine-shadow kit comes in 12 different color combinations »
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