Spackman Entertainment Group's Frame Pictures Wins Camera Equipment Deals For Upcoming Major Korean Drama Series, THE GUEST And Historical Korean Movie, MALMOI.
Spackman Entertainment Group Limited ('Spackman Entertainment Group' or the 'Company' and together with its subsidiaries, the 'Group'), one of Korea's leading entertainment production groups created by founder Mr. Charles Spackman, wishes to announce that its wholly-owned subsidiary, Frame Pictures Co., Ltd. ('Frame Pictures'), has won contracts to supply camera systems and equipment for upcoming major Korean drama series, THE GUESTSand historical Korean movie, MALMOI, Wednesday (5/30).
The total contract value for the two camera equipment deals tentatively stands at KRW 448.5 million (approximately US$403,650) subject to changes in final filming schedule.
THE GUEST, a supernatural thriller drama, is scheduled to air in September 2018 on OCN and stars Kim Dong-wook of ALONG WITH THE GODS: THE TWO WORLDS (2017), Jung Eun-chae of NOBODY'S DAUGHTER HAEWON (2013) and Kim Jae-wook of COFFEE PRINCE (2007). The drama depicts the story of a psychic, a priest and a detective fighting against crimes committed by strange powers throughout Korea. THE GUEST is directed by Kim Hong-sun and written by Seo Jae-won and Kwon So-ra.
Featuring Yoo Hae-jin of A TAXI DRIVER (2017) and Yoon Kye-sang of THE OUTLAWS (2017), MALMOI is a historical film relating the story of two men who travel the country to collect Korean words in secret during the 1940s when the use of Korean language was banned. Produced by The Lamp and distributed by Showbox, MALMOI is directed by Eom Yu-na, who is known for her screenplay, A TAXI DRIVER (2017).
Mr. Richard Lee, Interim Chief Executive Officer and Executive Director of Spackman Entertainment Group, said, 'We are pleased that Frame Pictures has continued its momentum in achieving a steady pipeline of projects, underscoring its potential to further strengthen its foothold in the fast-growing camera equipment leasing market. We believe that the successive track record of Frame Pictures bodes well for its planned listing as a combined standalone entity with Novus Mediacorp, in order to unlock higher value for our shareholders.'
On 18 April 2018, Frame pictures secured camera equipment deals for three new major Korean drama series, SUITS, MISTRESS and LIFE. The total contract value for the three equipment deals stands at KRW 580 million (approximately US$522,000).
On 4 April 2018, Frame Pictures was awarded KRW 550 million (approximately US$495,00) worth of camera contract equipment contracts for two major Korean dramas, LIVE and MY MISTER.
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|Publication:||The President Post (Jakarta, Indonesia)|
|Date:||May 31, 2018|
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