Warner Bros. has been working hard to expand their brand globally. Their newest journey is taking them to Germany.
They recently signed a three year deal today with Filmförderung Hamburg Schleswig-Holstein, or FFHSH, to contribute $1 million to the company annually. The initiative is set to help young screenwriters and filmmakers in the region.
Screenplays are set to be developed in the future and with the help of FFHSH, Warner Bros. hopes feature film productions will soon follow. The latest “Charlies Angels” film was shot in Hamburg and more films are sure to follow.