Monied production company Ivanhoe Pictures was launched in Toronto earlier this year by Ivanhoe Capital Corporation principal Robert Friedland, GreeneStreet president and co-founder John Penotti, and Beijing-based Ray Chen, founder and chairman of Beijing Premiere Media Company. At launch, the company said it would finance and produce film and TV projects that have broad global audience appeal, initially seeding opportunities in America and Asia, focusing on China, India, Korea and Japan. Fox International Productions , which has a lucrative local-language business in Asia and elsewhere, is now teaming with Ivanhoe in a four-year, multi-picture co-financing deal for homegrown movies in India, Korea, China, Japan and Taiwan. The pact will kick off with Ivanhoe investing in 10 FIP-produced films in varying stages of production. The investment from Ivanhoe signifies the strength of FIP's local-language business which is also active in Latin America and Europe. Here's the release: LOS ANGELES, CA (November 12, 2013) __ Fox International Productions (FIP), a division of 20th Century Fox Film, and Ivanhoe Pictures , the film and television company recently launched by international financier Robert Friedland, producer John Penotti and media executive Ray Chen, have closed a four year, multi-picture, co-financing deal for local language films… Read full this story
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