Jan. 8, 2013
-- Producers Din Altit and Kevin L. Summerfield of Scorpio Studios, have finalized a partnership deal with Pixomondo, an international visual effects company with a global network of studios in Berlin, Frankfurt, Munich, Stuttgart, Los Angeles, London, Shanghai and most recently Beijing.
“We are honored to align ourselves with a firm such as Pixomondo, whose work in such films as ‘2012’ and ‘Ninja Assasin’ exemplifies the highest in quality entertainment world-wide,”
said Din Altit, Producing Partner at Scorpio Studios. “This strategic partnership will allow us to execute superior transmedia entertainment-
related properties in the action/fantasy genre.”
“Moving into physical production is a natural progression of our economic and creative growth pattern at Pixomondo and working with Din and Kevin on a slate of exciting properties is a perfect fit,” states Thilo Kuther, Managing Director at Pixomondo.
In addition to the recent partnership with Pixomondo, the producers are securing a co-production deal with Europe’s biggest and most modern studio.
“Our rich network within the global entertainment community has allowed us to develop solid relationships in markets such as S.E. Asia, Germany and Korea,” expressed producing partner Kevin L. Summerfield. “It’s the combination of our quality of work and integrity that sets us apart from the rest.”
With all these components in place, the producers are working with National Bank of California who is highly experienced in this market. NBCAL will be providing decisive financial components to Scorpio Studios commercial slate. “The business model the team at Scorpio has presented gives us the confidence we need to provide the resources they need,” said Adrian Ward, Senior Vice President, Entertainment, Sports and Media, National Bank of California. “It’s business minded producers like these that will drive the entertainment community to grow and thrive in these economic times.”
The producers will be announcing their 2011 slate at this year’s American Film Market in Santa Monica, CA on November 4, 2010.