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    • CommentAuthorCGNY
    • CommentTimeJul 14th 2009
     
    DUTCH PROJECT FIRST FOREIGN RECIPIENT OF NEW SEOUL DEVELOPMENT GRANT

    Amsterdam-based US filmmaker Doris Yeung has received 18 million KRW (EURO 10.000) from the Seoul Film Commission for the development of her feature project FOUR SEASONS. FOUR SEASONS producer, Rotterdam's In-Soo Productions, is the first foreign recipient funding of the film commission's newly established International Coproduction Development Fund under the new EU-Korean coproduction treaty that went into effect earlier this year.
    FOUR SEASONS received nearly the maximum amount (20 million KRW) to be awarded per project by the Seoul Film Commission. The grant, which does not have to be paid back, requires that 25% of the project is set in or around Seoul.
    FOUR SEASONS is the second feature by director Doris Yeung. Her debut feature MOTHERLAND (2009) starring Françoise Yip (RUMBLE IN THE BRONX, KING OF FIGHTERS, Kenneth Tsang (MEMOIRS OF A GEISHA) and
    Byron Mann (BLOND AND BLONDER) premiers at Outfest '09 in Los Angeles on July 18.
    In-Soo Productions is an independent production company for feature films and documentaries, established late 2006 by In-Soo Radstake. In South Korea he is best known for his award-winning documentary MADE IN KOREA.

    FOUR SEASONS: http://www.insoo.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=...
    MOTHERLAND: www.motherlandmovie.com

    CONTACT:
    Silversalt PR
    Thessa Mooij
    thessa@silversaltpr.com
    +1 646.637.4700
 
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