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Chinese studio to invest 10 billion won to produce joint films with Korea

All News 16:38 April 06, 2016

SEOUL, April 6 (Yonhap) -- China's Tianyi Film Company will invest about 10 billion won (US$8.65 million) into the production of joint South Korean-Chinese cinema, its South Korean partner said Wednesday.

Eun Oh, president of Arc Cinema, said the big Chinese filmmaker will invest the money into the production of "The Night Man," a three-part series of a fantasy romance.

Produced by Eun herself, the movie depicts the fated love and passion of four men and women in the background of a dream and reality, consciousness and unconsciousness.

She said the Chinese film company led by China's famous producer Wu Yi is the most coveted enterprise among film-making experts in China.

A graduate of New York University's cinema department, Eun is not a well-known figure in South Korea, as she had previously been active in New York after graduating from the university.

Initially, she debuted several short and medium-size films on the international stage. She was a member of the panel of judges at the Monaco International Film Festival held in December 2014.


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