Hayes, Dade
August 2007
Daily Variety;8/7/2007, Vol. 296 Issue 26, p10
Trade Publication
The article reports that Weinstein Co. in the U.S. has unveiled its willingness to spend $285 million fund to fully finance the development, production, acquisition, marketing, and distribution of a large slate of Asian-themed films in the next six years. The fund will include a diverse mix of theatrical and direct-to-video titles, which will mostly be filmed in Asia. The company expects to produce or acquire 21 theatrical titles and 10 direct-to-video titles during the specified term.


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