Company aims to assemble smart financing models that utilise the best of every country in terms of production infrastructures, technology, finance or distribution.
Singapore producer Alvin Soe and French producer Francois Belot [pictured] have launched BelSoe Entertainment Group in Singapore.
The company aims to assemble smart financing models that utilise the best of every country in terms of production infrastructures, finance or distribution networks to achieve ideal financial surplus. It was founded to create high-end, Asia-centric media content for regional and international distribution across traditional and trans-media platforms.
Belot commented: “Singapore is an ideal location for international film financing. Investors are more likely to have confidence in our international projects. Moreover, Singapore is a perfect hub to make internationally appealing movies in Asia, with credited international talents or crew attached.”
“Singapore has a high level of transparency when function as a media-financing hub to attract regional and global investors interested in intellectual properties with holdings in Singapore and with regional production capability for cost competitiveness and profit maximisation,” added Soe.
Current projects in development at BelSoe include Singapore-France coproduction Miracle (estimated budget $10m-$12m), action-thriller Giri - Debt of Honour (Singapore/Thailand/Korea) and Singapore-Canada coproduction Glass Fortress.