HOLLYWOOD PRODUCER TO FILM ‘BOOTY 3D’ IN FIJI

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Creators of ‘Baywatch’ and ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’

SUVA, Fiji (Fijilive, Feb. 21, 2008) - The creators of "Baywatch" and "Pirates of the Caribbean" will team up to bring a new production to Fiji in June.

Stereo Vision Entertainment, Inc a film production company, today announced that in meetings held last week in Los Angeles, it was agreed that they accept Fiji’s invitation to bring the production of Stereo Vision’s family fun feature film "Booty 3D" to Fiji.

The meeting was held between Stereo Vision’s Chairman, "Baywatch" creator Doug Schwartz and CEO Jack Honour with Fiji Audio Visual Commission CEO, Taniela Bolea.

Stereo Vision Entertainment focuses exclusively on developing high quality, low cost, polarized 3D feature films.

Honour said they selected Fiji because it offers the perfect location for the production.

"With its spectacular scenery, ideal climate, and the unlimited use of their old capital city, which Fiji has preserved in its original 19th century condition, we’re provided with the perfect setting for the production of our pirate period piece."

He said another reason for their choice for Fiji is the enthusiastic welcome they have received from locals and the excitement they have expressed to host the production in their home country.

"And finally, of extraordinary value to the Stereo Vision shareholders is the 46.5 percent up front cash subsidy.

"With a production budget of eighteen million dollars, the approximately eight million dollars up front cash subsidy from Fiji, which does not get paid back, allows us the possibility through foreign sales and bank gap financing, of producing Booty 3D deficit free."

Stereo Vision’s Chairman, Baywatch creator Doug Schwartz said they planned to start setting up in Fiji by June, and going into Principal Photography by August.

"Booty 3D is a frolicking family fun film about eight women who get kidnapped by a crew of cutthroat pirates.

"It’s the kind of film that will be fun for the whole family," Schwartz said.

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