Frame Pictures

Spackman to list subsidiaries Novus Mediacorp and Frame Pictures on Catalist board

SINGAPORE (May 7): Spackman Entertainment Group announced that its board has approved the spin-off of its 51%-owned subsidiary, Novus Mediacorp and its wholly-owned subsidiary, Frame Pictures, and for the combined entity to seek listing on the Catalist Board of the Singapore Exchange (SGX).

The group has appointed RHT Capital as the financial adviser in relation to the proposed spin-off and the issue manager and full sponsor in relation to the proposed listing.

Spackman wins camera equipment deals for 3 new Korean drama series including 'Suits' remake

SINGAPORE (Apr 18): Spackman Entertainment Group’s movie and drama equipment leasing subsidiary, Frame Pictures, has secured camera equipment contracts for three new Korean drama series for a tentative contract value of KRW 580 million ($0.7 million).

In a Wednesday announcement, Spackman says the contract value may change according to the final filming schedules of each drama Frame Pictures has been contracted to provide equipment for. 

Spackman secures camera contract worth $0.68 mil for 2 major Korean dramas

SINGAPORE (Apr 4): Spackman Entertainment announced that its wholly-owned subsidiary, Frame Pictures, has secured contracts to supply camera systems and equipment for two major Korean dramas, Live and My Mister.

The total contract value for the two deals tentatively stands at KRW 550 million ($0.68 million), subject to changes in final filming schedule.

The two Korean dramas are currently broadcasted on a pay TV channel in Korea, tvN.

Spackman Entertainment wins camera equipment deal for Netflix's first Korean production

SINGAPORE (Sept 18): Spackman Entertainment Group announced that its wholly-owned subsidiary, Frame Pictures, has won a contract to supply camera systems and equipment for Netflix’s first Korean original production – Love Alarm.

The contract is worth KRW321 million ($381,000), but is subject to changes in the final filming schedule.

The production is a 12-episode drama series, which will premier in 2018 exclusively on Netflix.

Frame Pictures contracted to supply equipment for filming of ‘Deceptive Murder’

SINGAPORE (Aug 16): Frame Pictures, the wholly-owned subsidiary of Spackman Entertainment Group, has secured a contract worth KRW220 million ($0.3 million) to supply camera systems and equipment for the filming of an upcoming Korean crime thriller film entitled Deceptive Murder.

In a press release on Thursday, the group says the latest deal marks Frame Pictures’ 13th project secured in the year to date.

Spackman’s latest acquisition seals the deal for a ‘superb’ 1Q17

SINGAPORE (April 6): RHB Research is maintaining its “buy” call on Spackman Entertainment following its recent acquisition of Frame Pictures, a Korean equipment business, for $1.12 million and 0.5 million shares of its associate, Spackman Media Group (SMG).

Spackman to acquire company that leased equipment for ‘The Legend of the Blue Sea’

SINGAPORE (March 15): Spackman Entertainment Group has entered into a sale and purchase agreement to acquire a 100% interest in Korean equipment leasing company Frame Pictures from its owner, for a cash consideration sum of KRW 900 million ($1.1 million).

Additionally, the transaction will include the group’s payment of 497,250 shares from its partially-owned associated company, Spackman Media Group (SMG), to the unnamed vendor, which is only referred to by Spackman as an “independent third party”.

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