Empire Post Media, Inc. (OTCQB:EMPM) announced today that the company’s senior production executive Brian Trenchard Smith has commenced screenplay and pre-production work on a feature film version of “In Search of Yamashita’s Gold,” a true story about the exploits of modern day treasure hunters seeking to recover millions of ounces of gold buried by the Japanese as they retreated from the Philippines at the end of World War II.
Trenchard Smith , director of 42 feature films and over 40 television programs, plans to center the production in Australia , with locations in Fiji and the Philippines.He is currently writing the script and will direct the film.
Empire Post Media (EMPM) market segments:
- Creating, developing and producing proprietary television programming for the global market. The primary content areas are reality shows and documentaries and the company intends to produce as many programs as possible in stereographic 3D, capable of being delivered in 2D High Definition for immediate broadcast and in 3D for the emerging 3D television market.
- Providing post-production services to film and television producers on a deferred, collateralized basis to facilitate completion and delivery of movies and television shows that have finished production with third-party financing.
- Utilizing its 3D expertise to assist producers in the production and post-production of 3D motion pictures and television programs, including conversion to 3D of content originally produced in 2D.
Empire Post Media, Inc.
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The company’s strategy is to select content opportunities that are positioned to take advantage of the increasing number of platforms for 3D content, including international television, Internet delivery, mobile applications and other digital distribution formats. Given the capital-intensive aspect of content creation and the difficulties involved in obtaining financing in the present economic environment, the company plans to make production decisions on a prudent, market-driven basis, letting demand lead supply.