Greymatter Entertainment ventures into film production
Greymatter Entertainment, a content solutions company, announces its venture into film production. Their maiden film venture Sut (meaning shoot in Vietnamese) is set to release in November 2016!
Developed in collaboration with Vincent Ngo the celebrated Hollywood writer of Hancock fame, Grey Entertainment's debut into film production is a coming of age story of two brothers set against the background of football. The film is directed by Vietmax one of the most successful directors in Vietnam.
Speaking on joining the fray of the burgeoning independent film scene Chandradev Bhagat Founder & CEO, said, “We have always been excited about films and ‘Sut’ is a project that came together quite magically! Having worked on and delivered projects across geographies, the idea was to bring together creative talent, international work flows and storytelling abilities from around the world to create strong local content. This marks the beginning of some very exciting plans ahead of us.”
GME has been doing some notable and path breaking work in both sports and non- fiction content including Premier Futsal League and Pro Wrestling League in the live sports space. GME has also developed the hit series ‘THE REMIX’. 'The Remix' is a format owned by Greymatter Entertainment Pvt. Ltd. and in the last year and a half, it has been sold to 15 countries. The Remix has gone on to be nominated as the top 25 formats in the world at MIPTV – in fact making it the first Asian format to ever feature in the list!
GME is strategically focused on creating IPR (Intellectual Property Rights) properties and churning out creatively distinguished content. It is currently one of the few Indian companies to have sold original formats globally and is a recipient of multiple nominations and awards in India and the A-Pac region including the EMVIES, Spikes Asia and Asian Television Awards.
The agency has worked with some of the biggest brands including TEN Sports, SONY SIX, Star Sports, Disney, Viacom Colors, VH1 to name a few on the broadcast end and brands like Google, Mc Donalds, TATA, Idea and others in the branded content space.
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