'Mother,' 'Haeundae' sold to Asian territories
SEOUL — South Korea’s CJ Entertainment has sold its titles to Asian territories, including “Haeundae” and “Mother.” ECS picked up “Haeundae” for Middle East, which completes its sales to all Asian territories.The company also sold its two new titles to Taiwan’s CatchPlay, including AFM premiere thriller “Secret” and upcoming release “White Night.” Bong Joon-ho’s “Mother” has been sold to Festive for Singapore, while CJ-attached Japanese pic “Golden Slumber” was picked up by Filmware for Taiwan. Meanwhile, South Korea’s Mirovision sold its sleeper hit drama “Lifting King Kong” to Golden Harvest for Hong Kong and China. Mirovision also announced that its co-production Christmas release “Girlfriends” is garnering interest from all Asian territories, while its remake project “The Housemaid” is in pre-sales talk with French players thanks to its helmer Im Sang-soo and the female lead Jeon Do-yeon.
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