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CineAsia Production Brings Hollywood to Thailand

CineAsia Production Brings Hollywood Industry Players to Thailand

The dynamic film entertainment Show, CineAsia Production, is just a month away, Dec 7-9 2004, at the Bangkok Convention Center and Sofitel Central Plaza Hotel.

For the past nine years, CineAsia has shone the spotlight on the motion picture exhibition (movie theater owners) and distribution industries in Asia. Industry executives gather to learn about industry trends, screen up-and-coming films and be among the first to see the latest theatre equipment, concession offerings, products and technologies vital to the industry.

Now in its tenth year, CineAsia – the only major Convention and Trade Show in Asia that focuses exclusively on the “finished cinema” industry will feature a Production Trade Show and Networking Conference, running concurrently with the CineAsia Show. Adding this important element to CineAsia will make it THE “one-stop-shop” for the film entertainment industry in Asia - from pre through post-production.

Following are Seminar topics and a look at some of the speakers:

“Technical Aspects of Film” - Marc Madnick, CEO of the world’s leading scriptwriting software, Final Draft speaking on scriptwriting; John Iles, Director of Film Production, Dolby Laboratories talking on sound in film making; Discreet Logic representative talking on 3D Animation and digital content; Paul Stambaugh, managing director of Technicolor Thailand on digital intermediates

“Motion Picture Association State of the Region and Distributors Report” – a talk moderated by senior MPA VP Asia Pacific, Michael Ellis with speakers Bob Girard – Sr. VP Asia Pacific Twentieth Century Fox, Jeff Forman – Sr. VP Asia, Buena Vista International, Kurt Rieder – VP, Sales & Marketing Asia UIP

The Business of Film : Selling Your Movie moderated by Blake Muroch, international editor The Hollywood Reporter, featuring Michelle Krumm, Vice President Acquisitions, Miramax (tbc), Jason Resnick, Vice President of Acquisitions, Focus Features and Gary Hamilton, managing director, ArcLight Films

Business of Film: Developing a Business Plan, Financing & Producing Your Movie –
Moderated by: Philip Lee, Co-producer “Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon”, with speakers Academy Award winner Barrie Osborne, executive producer, “Lord of the Rings: Return of the King”, Stephen Chin, independent producer, Robert Mullis, managing director Mullis Capital, Harris Tulchin , author ‘Independent Producers Survival Guide’

Film Festivals 101: The Who, What, Where, How & Why of Film Festivals with speakers Jeremy Segay, Cannes, Programmer Asian Films, Director’s Fortnight, Amable (Tikoy) Aguiluz VI, Director, Cinemanila Film Festival, Manila, the Philippines and Jacob Wong, Asian Film Programmer, Berlin International Film Festival.

And with two special presentations on “Bollywood: Emerging Trends & Opportunities” and “The Race to Save One Hundred Years”: Understanding the Need for Film Preservation and Restoration

Additionally, the CineAsia and CineAsia Production Trade Show floor will feature over 100 booths with services and products relevant to the film entertainment industry.

Admission to the Seminars is only 6,000 Baht. A more comprehensive package is available for 12,000 Baht which would include all seminars, all meal functions (breakfast, lunch and dinner every day), all parties and major Hollywood studio screenings which this year include

"Ray" (UIP/Universal) - One of the most critically acclaimed films of 2004 in the United States, garnering an impressive first weekend gross of more than US $20 million, this biopic of the legendary Ray Charles is sure to be a major hit worldwide. The film boasts an Oscar-caliber performance from Jamie Foxx and was directed by the talented Taylor Hackford.

"National Treasure" (Buena Vista International) - "National Treasure" finds Academy Award winner Nicolas Cage in a race against time as he attempts to locate and protect the greatest treasure the world has ever known – riches hidden by America's Founding Fathers. With the map to the treasure hidden in plain sight on the back of the Declaration of Independence, Cage must steal the best guarded document in American history, elude the FBI and stay one step ahead of the ruthless adversary. The film is directed by Jon Turteltaub.

"The Polar Express" (Warner Bros. Pictures to be presented in IMAX 3-D) - The Academy Award winning team of Tom Hanks and director Robert Zemeckis reunite for this inspiring adventure based on the beloved children's book by Chris Van Allsburg. When a doubting young boy takes an extraordinary train ride to the North Pole, he embarks on a journey of self discovery that shows that the wonder of life never fails for those who believe.

"Ocean's Twelve" (Warner Bros. Pictures) - The great cast headed by George Clooney, Brad Pitt, Matt Damon, Julia Roberts, Andy Garcia, joined this time around by Catherine Zeta-Jones is back for the heist movie of the year. Set three years after "Ocean's Eleven", the sequel shows us Danny Ocean gathering up his complete gang of con artists and thieves from the first film in New York City before they all jet off to Amsterdam, Rome and Paris to pull off three separate heists. Director Steven Soderbergh returns for the fun at the helm.

Plus a special screening from Twentieth Century Fox Int'l

With special Product Reel Presentations from UIP, Twentieth Century Fox and Buena Vista International

Trade Show floor admission is free but only to members of the film industry and university students on specific class assignment who must register BEFORE Show date. No one may enter the Trade Show Floor without first registering with the Show Coordinators or having an invitation to attend.

To learn more about the CineAsia Production Networking Conference and Trade Show or to register please contact Chaiwat Ahantharik, general manager AMW International Co. Ltd. Bangkok Coordinators for the Show 66 2 982 4525 or

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