Magazine article Screen International

Supernova Unveils First Sing-Cambodia Co-Production

Magazine article Screen International

Supernova Unveils First Sing-Cambodia Co-Production

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Singapore production company Supernova Media announced the first Singapore-Cambodia co-production at the on-going ScreenSingapore conference.

Entitled 3.50, the film is inspired by real events in Phnom Penh's sex trafficking industry.

The thriller is co-directed by Singaporean director Eysham Ali, an alumnus of the Asian Film Academy, and Cambodian director Chhay Bora, whose Lost Loves is Cambodia's official entry to the upcoming Academy Awards' best foreign-language film category. 3.50 will be in English with some Khmer.

The film is about a documentary filmmaker who braves the seedy underground of Cambodia's "virginity trade" to save a young village girl sold into prostitution.

The film started shooting last month in Phnom Penh with cast and crew from both countries and is slated for release in the middle of 2013. …

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