78/52 wins Audience Award !

We woke up to a very nice surprise this morning ! Our documentary 78/52 won the Silver Audience Award at the Fantasia International Film Festival in Montréal. We are extremely thankful to the Audience and to the festival for selecting our film.

Directed by Alexandre O. Philippe, 78/52 takes an unprecedented look at the iconic shower scene in Alfred Hitchcock’s Psychose (1960), the “man behind the curtain”, and the screen murder that profoundly changed the course of world cinema.


78/52 goes to Fantasia

Alexandre O. Philippe’s doc about Hitchock’s Psycho shower scene will be screening at the prestigious Fantasia Film Festival in Montreal at the end of the month.

Since its inception in 1996, the Fantasia International Film Festival is now recognized as the largest and most influential event of its kind in North America, a leader on the genre film scene and one of the country’s most popular film festivals. With a varied programming and an emphasis on the imaginative cinema of Asia, Europe and the Americas, Fantasia’s offerings range from unique and powerful personal visions to international commercial crowd-pleasers rarely seen in North America.


78/52 goes to Sydney FF

Our documentary 78/52 has been invited to the Sydney Film Festival, which takes place June 7-18.

The world’s best new films come to Sydney every June for 12 days and nights of inspiring and entertaining premieres, talks and parties. Join us and be among the first in Australia to see the greatest, strangest and most exciting work that cinema has to offer.


Aurora boards The Long Walk

We are extremely proud and thrilled to announce that Singapore-based Investment Outfit Aurora Media Holding has boarded our new project The Long Walk, directed by Mattie Do (Dearest Sister).

Singapore-based Aurora Media Holdings, an investment outfit with Hollywood ties, has inked financing and production deals for two upcoming Southeast Asian pics during Focus Asia, the new genre-focused project market and industry platform being held at the Far East Film Festival in Udine, Italy.

Aurora Media has boarded Indonesian black comedy “Abracadabra,” which turns on a magician who finds women inside his magic box, to be helmed by Faozan Rizal (“Habibie & Ainun”). They will also invest in supernatural drama “The Long Walk” by Laos’ Mattie Do, about an old man who travels back in time to the moment of his mother’s death. Do is Laos’ first female director. “The Long Walk” is her third feature after chillers “Chanthaly” and “Dearest Sister,” which earned her international recognition.

Read the full Variety article HERE.

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