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Greymatter Entertainment ventures into film production

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Greymatter Entertainment ventures into film production

Greymatter Entertainment Pvt. Ltd. (GME) content solutions company has 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, the film is a coming of age story of two brothers set against the background of football.  The filmis 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 createstrong local content. This marks the beginning of some very exciting plans ahead of us.”


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