L.A Screenings 2023: Sato Company bets for Bruce Lee filmography and the Kamen Rider franchise

The Brazilian company specializing in Asian content in Latin America will be offering a special Bruce Lee 50-Year Legacy bundle as well as The Kamen Rider franchise.

5 MAY 2023

"Bruce Lee 50-Year Legacy"

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Sato Company confirms its participation in the LA Screenings, where it will present all its content, including two successful and longest-running TV series "Heartland" from Canada and the "Kamen Rider" franchise. In addition, Sato will be presenting a selection of the best K-Pop content produced by HYBE Corporation for the Latin American market.

In honor of the 50th anniversary of Bruce Lee's death, Sato Company is offering a special "Bruce Lee 50-Year Legacy" bundle featuring 5 of the founder of Jeet Kune Do's most iconic films, all remastered in 4K, and a documentary series. Lee's impact on martial arts cinema and popular culture is immeasurable, and his legacy inspires new generations of fans and filmmakers alike.

The "Kamen Rider" franchise is a popular Japanese superhero franchise that began in 1971 with the debut of the original Kamen Rider TV series. Since then, the franchise has become a cultural phenomenon in Japan and has gained a devoted following worldwide, as 2023 marks the 50th anniversary of the series.

The "Heartland" series (Canada) is based on the book series of the same name by Lauren Brooke and follows the lives of the Fleming family, who live and work on a horse farm in the fictional town of Hudson, Alberta. The series is a tremendous critical and commercial success, with over 200 episodes produced to date and a dedicated fan base. It has won numerous awards and nominations, including Canadian Screen Awards and Leo Awards.

Another highlight of this year's portfolio, Sato Company secured a large content package with Hybe (one of the largest K-pop companies in the world). It will have a selection of content from Hybe's artists BTS, Seventeen, Enhypen, and TXT available for Latin America.

• "Young Ip Man: Crisis Time" is a 2019 Hong Kong martial arts film directed by Zheng Chun-Wen. The film is a prequel to the famous "Ip Man" film franchise, which chronicles the life of the legendary martial arts master.

• "Mulan," a historical epic that tells the story of Hua Mulan, a legendary female warrior who lived during the Northern Wei Dynasty (386-534 AD). The film depicts Mulan as a brave and skilled fighter who disguises herself as a man to take her father's place in the army and fight the invading Rouran forces.

• "The Roundup", a South Korean action thriller film directed by Park Jeong-woo and starring Ma Dong-seok in the lead role. The plot revolves around the character of Ma Dong-seok, a retired gangster named Tae-gu who is forced to go on the run after being targeted by his former criminal associates.

• "Spiritwalker - Lost Identity", a thriller about Joon-young (played by Yoon Kye-sang), who is accused of murdering his wife and son. Joon-young is haunted by the spirits of his dead family members and seeks to clear his name by finding the real killer.

• "Tokyo Revengers" is a trilogy of live-action films based on the Japanese manga of the same name and the anime series created by Ken Wakui. The plot offers a time travel story that follows the adventures of Takemichi Hanagaki, a struggling adult who is given a chance to travel back in time and avoid the tragic events that led to the death of his high school sweetheart, Hinata Tachibana.

• "Gintama" is an action-comedy series set in an alternate universe where aliens have taken over Japan and banished the samurai lifestyle.

• "The Mole Song Trilogy," a Japanese film trilogy directed by Takashi Miike, based on the manga series, the films follow the adventures of Reiji Kikukawa, a young police officer who goes undercover as a mole to infiltrate a yakuza organization.

• "Kakegurui Gambler" Part 1 & 2 is a Japanese live-action film based on the manga series of the same name by Homura Kawamoto and Tōru Naomura.

• "Hokusai", an artist's struggle to remain true to himself. Directed by Hajime Hashimoto, this insightful biopic depicts the frenetic life of the legendary Japanese ukiyo-e artist in all its glory and setbacks.

• "The God Of Cinema", a story of love and friendship that lasts a lifetime, the "God of cinema" that Go has worshiped since he was young will transcend time and work a miracle in a family's life.