Films Attracting PresidentsPromising Korean film companies are attracting more investors and securing more funds for their productions. Successful films can pay off for investors and production companies can operate on larger budgets.
The first domestic video angel club, Korea Video Investment Community(K-VIC), will hold a lecture tour for two movies and one animation at 4:30 p.m. on March 15 in the Seoul Arts Center. K-VIC was created in January of this year by several firms, including Seoul Entertainment Incorporated(SEI).
SEI chief Bang Myung-sok stressed, "We will make all-out efforts to increase our investors' profits through srict screenings and constructive marketing." Anyone with $890 can join the group.
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