Magazine article Screen International

Crimson Forest Strikes Co-Pro Deal

Magazine article Screen International

Crimson Forest Strikes Co-Pro Deal

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EXCLUSIVE: Chinese company inks three-film co-production agreement with Cargo Entertainment and Tunnel Post Production.

China's Crimson Forest Entertainment has struck a three-film co-production agreement with Cargo Entertainment and Tunnel Post Production.

The deal covers psychological thriller Unknown Caller, Impulse to star Tiger Chen and sci-fi adventure Aurora.

All three films are scheduled to go into production later this year and will be targeted at audiences in China and other international markets.

Daxing Zhang, Justin Begnaud and Jonathan Lim of Crimson Forest will produce the trio with Cargo Entertainment CEO Marina Grasic and Jon Chiew of Huace Media. Executive producers are Alan Pao and Luke Daniels of Tunnel.

Crimson Forest and Cargo will oversee financing and international sales, while Tunnel Post will provide post-production services.

Crimson Forest COO Justin Begnaud negotiated the deal with Grasic and Luke Daniels, executive in charge of production for Tunnel.

"Partnering with Cargo Entertainment and Tunnel aligns with Crimson Forest's strategy to collaborate with talented production companies and serve as a conduit for delivering high-quality films to international audiences," said Crimson CEO Jonathan Lim. …

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