Encore Films

ENCORE FILMS was established in 2003 with the aim of bringing quality movies to the audience in the South East Asia region.

Our first movie acquisition, a Korean horror “Wishing Stairs” was released in Singapore theatres nationwide on 13th November 2003 with resounding success. It grossed about S$840,000 and was the All Time Box Office Number One Korean Film for the next 3 years. Other Korean blockbusters brought in by us included “Brotherhood-Taegukgi”, “April Snow”, “Typhoon” and “I’m A Cyborg But That’s Ok”.

In 2006, we released the two-part “Death Note” movies and Part 1 grossed over S$1.42 million whereas Part 2 grossed over S$1.75 million. Part 2 is now the All Time Box Office Number One Japanese Film in Singapore.

In addition to our creditable track record, “The Forbidden Kingdom” which stars Jackie Chan and Jet Li grossed over $3.35 million in 2008 and in 2011 “A Chinese Ghost Story” and “The Lost Bladesman” starring Louis Koo and Donnie Yen respectively garnered overwhelming response.

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