San Fu Maltha

San Fu Maltha (born July 17, 1958) is a Dutch film producer and film distributor. He founded the production company Fu Works and he co-founded film distributor A-Film.


San Fu Maltha was born on July 17, 1958 in Rotterdam in the Netherlands.

He started his film career in the Netherlands as a marketing and publicity manager for Warner Bros. and Columbia TriStar, and he worked in different positions for Meteor Film. When Meteor Film was sold to PolyGram, he became the acquisition manager for PolyGram International in the United Kingdom.

In 1995, he founded his own production company Fu Works. He produced Dutch feature films, among which Phileine Says Sorry (2003) and Black Book (2006), and documentaries. In 2008, his film production Winter in Wartime will be released, written and directed by Martin Koolhoven, based on the novel by Jan Terlouw.

In 1999, he cofounded the film distributor A-Film. He was managing director until 2006, when he sold his majority share due to the work pressure of his production company Fu Works.

San Fu Maltha has a son named David. They live in Bilthoven in the Netherlands.



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