Magazine article Screen International

Malaysia's Said Shooting Supernatural 'Interchange'

Magazine article Screen International

Malaysia's Said Shooting Supernatural 'Interchange'

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EXCLUSIVE: Malaysian director Dain Iskandar Said has started shooting supernatural thriller Interchange, the first project to be backed by Malaysia's new slate financing fund Sonneratia Capital.

Produced by Said and Nandita Solomon's Apparat, the film stars Malaysian actors Iedil Putra (Nova) and Shaheizy Sam (Songlap) along with Indonesia's Prisia Nasution (The Dancer) and Nicholas Saputra (Postcards From The Zoo). Solomon is producing the film.

The story revolves around a forensics photographer investigating a series of macabre ritual murders. He meets a woman who reveals she is a shaman from Borneo, trying to free her tribes people, whose souls have been trapped in glass plate negatives.

A division of Rhizophora Ventures, Sonneratia Capital plans to provide partial slate financing for Malaysian films with export potential. …

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