Indonesia's Queen Films, the distribution arm of start-upexhibitor Blitz Cinemas, has snapped up four Korean titles from iHQ, as well asGhost Game from Hong Kong's Golden Network Asia.

Queen Films' Ananda Siregarsigned with iHQ's head of international sales Catherine Park for KimYoung-joon's Gangster High; Thursday's Child, a melodrama starringKim Sun-ah; Taewon Entertainment's martial arts fantasy The Shadowless Sword, and MyGirl And I, starring Song Hae-gyo and Cha Tae-hyun.

Blitz plans to open 20 screensin Indonesia by the end of the year starting with a nine-screenmultiplex which opens in Bandungnext week.

The company is consideringholding a Korean film campaign to boost the profile of these films in a countrywhere the exhibition sector is dominated by Hollywood fare, followed distantly by Indonesian, Chinese-language and Bollywoodtitles.

Siregar also signed withGolden Network managing director Carrie Wong for Thai director SarawutWichiensarn's Ghost Game.

"The Indonesian market isvery much genre-driven, so action and horror work well there," said San FuMaltha who is co-financing Blitz and acquiring titles for the company.