Superior Venture Corp. Subsidiary Ilustrato Pictures Connects with Disaster Film Expert Tony Mitchell on $15 Million Project

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Superior Venture Corp.’s Co-development on a New Feature Film Has Attracted Disaster Film Specialist Tony Mitchell to the Project to be Created for Chinese Domestic and International Release

If you’re creating a disaster picture, Tony Mitchell is that specialist. He’s created everything kind of disaster – even the end of the world!

Superior Venture Corp. ("Superior" or “the Company”) (OTCQB:SVEN) through its wholly owned subsidiary Ilustrato Pictures Limited (“Ilustrato”), a Hong Kong company, has connected with disaster film specialist Tony Mitchell for its new co-development feature Deep Sea Apocalypse.

The co-development project with prominent Chinese motion picture company Wuxi Studios through Superior Venture’s subsidiary is part of a two-film co-development between the companies. Wuxi Studios, under Executive Director Wang Lifeng, will co-develop the US $15 million Deep Sea Apocalypse, considered a breakthrough film for the two partners.

Writer and director Tony Mitchell is pivotal to the co-development project, which is to be one of the first disaster movies produced in China for Chinese and International distribution. Mitchell is a skilled cinematographer, director and writer best known for his movies Flood (2007) and Super Volcano (2005). Now residing in Ireland and Canada, Mitchell has more than 16 directorial credits beginning in 1996. He has been instrumental in the success of numerous disaster-based TV series, feature films and documentaries.

Superior Venture Corp. President and CEO Brian Hammond says, “We are very pleased to connect with Tony Mitchell over Deep Sea Apocalypse. Being that this is the first of two films we are planning to make with successful Wuxi Studios, it’s important to enlist the very best of the North American talent to guide the Chinese co-development. If you’re creating a disaster picture, Tony Mitchell is that specialist. He’s created everything kind of disaster – even the end of the world!”

Wuxi Studios is a $1.4 billion development project that includes 11 sound stages, post-production facilities and a full compliment of animation studios in Wuxi, a city of 7.5 million people just outside Shanghai.
In a unique arrangement, co-productions are exempt from the strict Chinese quota system, giving them a huge advantage at the local box office. In the case of Ilustrato, the Company expects guaranteed domestic distribution on all co-development projects. The film Deep Sea Apocalypse as a co-development project would qualify under this classification for the Chinese market.

About Superior Venture Corp.
Superior Venture Corp. is a US based public company. Its wholly owned subsidiary, Ilustrato Pictures Limited is an international motion picture development and production company seeking to co-create feature film projects with Chinese film companies. All of its projects are financed, produced and distributed in partnership with domestic Chinese companies. Ilustrato Pictures has developed extensive infrastructure and distribution networks in China –the fastest growing and most dynamic movie market in the world.

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