South Korea’s Sidus FNH has announced a raft of deals on its titles, led by the omnibus film Camellia, produced by the Busan film festival and showcasing stories set in the port city of Busan.
The shorts that comprise the film are respectively directed by Wisit Sasanatieng from Thailand, Yukisada Isao from Japan, and Jang Jun-hwan from Korea.
Movie On bought Camellia for Japan, and Toei will distribute it in that territory.
In addition, Manchuria-set period action thriller The Showdown sold to FIP for French-speaking Europe and J Bics for Thailand.
Grand Prix, the horse-racing drama starring Kim Tae-hee, sold to AV Jet International Media for Taiwan and STG for Thailand. The same two companies also took the mother-daugher drama Wedding Dress for their respective territories.
BINCI Media picked up the family drama A Long Visit and the romantic comedy Kiss Me Kill Me for China.