San Fu Maltha, a co-founder of Holland’s A-Film Distribution, is ankling to concentrate on production via his shingle Fu Works.
Maltha, one of Holland’s most prolific producers, is working on “Black Book,” helmer Paul Verhoeven’s $20 million thriller.
Now in post, the pic about wartime betrayal and revenge is the most expensive Dutch-language film ever made.
Maltha’s majority share in A Film has been picked up by W2Media and Van Lanschot Bankers.
A-Film co-founder and general manager Pim Hermeling will become managing director, working alongside veteran Dutch film and TV exec Dirk de Lille.
De Lille’s background includes nearly a decade at RCV Entertainment, as well as executive shifts at local TV outfit RTL Netherlands.