Chinese Film Industry Offers Impressive Revenue; Superior Venture Corp. Builds Subsidiary Ilustrato Pictures' Business Around Guaranteed Distribution

Superior Venture Corp. expects to receive guaranteed domestic distribution and higher box office percentages on as many as six projects it plans to co-develop for the Chinese market

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Our model is designed to allow us to gain guaranteed distribution on the Chinese co-development projects we undertake - Brian Hammond, Superior Venture Corp.

London, England (PRWEB) December 17, 2012

Superior Venture Corp. ("Superior" or “the Company”) (OTCQB:SVEN) expects that its wholly owned subsidiary Ilustrato Pictures Limited (“Ilustrato”), will benefit from its unique revenue model that it is applying to multiple film projects. Based on its co-development structure, the Company would see guaranteed domestic Chinese distribution for all films and a potential for much higher gross box office percentages paid to the Company as compared to the North American film market.

Commenting on subsidiary company Ilustrato Pictures’ unique approach to co-developing Chinese made films with its participation, Superior Venture Corp. President and CEO Brian Hammond says, “Our model is designed to allow us to gain guaranteed distribution on the Chinese co-development projects we undertake. Co-productions are exempt from the strict Chinese quota system, giving them a huge advantage at the local box office. So each film would receive distribution in the massive and rapidly growing Chinese movie system, and could garner oversea distribution as well.”

“Chinese movie distribution is also more lucrative than in the US for movie productions,” Hammond adds. “The theatrical gross box office returns 33-38% to the film owners in China as opposed to an 18-25% averaged in the North American market. Our Company’s approach is built around the unique culture and revenue potential of the Chinese film industry, which we plan to become a significant player in.”

Ilustrato Pictures has recently announced multiple co-development deals with leading Chinese studios and has offered financing on several others.

Leading indications of China’s growth trend continue in the country’s box office, which is on track with another record box office weekend. According to the State Administration of Radio, Film and TV (SARFT), the total Chinese box office take to date in 2012 is on track for nearly US $2.5 billion by year’s end.

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 designed to be 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.

For more information see http://www.superiorventurecorp.com
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