Cool! Satria Dewa: Gatotkaca to be Released in Malaysia and North America


The film Satria Dewa: Gatotkaca has just been shown in Indonesian cinemas since June 9, 2022. There is two good news from the film that tells the story of the hero from Indonesia.
Satria Dewa: Gatotkaca is planned to be broadcast in Malaysia and North America. For broadcast in Malaysia, Horizon Film Entertainment will bring and screen Satria Dewa: Gatotkaca there.

Director of Horizon Film Entertainment Affairs, Mohd Shahir Sulaiman also took the time to come and attend the Satria Dewa: Gatotkaca Premiere Gala on June 6, 2022 at Epicentrum XXI.

“Gatotkaca is a fresh work and features an interesting storyline. As well as a line -up of great players, such as Rizky Nazar and Yasmin Napper. No less, two figures who have many fans in Malaysia, namely Yayan Ruhian and Cecep Arif Rahman,” he said. Mohd Shahir Sulaiman.

“We are the same group. We share cultural roots, customs, and heritage. Therefore, tastes are not much different. Looking for similarities, celebrating differences,” he added.

Horizon Film Entertainment believes that the film produced by Satria Dewa Studio will be accepted by Malaysian audiences.

Not only Malaysia, Satria Dewa: Gatotkaca will also be broadcast in North America. Well Go USA will take over the rights to distribute the film Satria Dewa: Gatotkaca in North America.

Well Go USA is a film distribution company that also holds distribution rights for several well-known films, such as IP Man starring Donnie Yen, The Police Story starring Jacky Chan, to the film Gintama by director Yuichi Fukuda.

The CEO of Well Go USA, Doris Pfardrescher, is delighted to be working with Satria Dewa Studio to broadcast and bring Satria Dewa: Gatotkaca to North America.

Satria Dewa Studio’s Vice President of Operations, Mochtar Sarman said, Satria Dewa: Gatotkaca received a request to be shown in North American theaters.

“Getting appreciation from foreign countries is extraordinary. Hopefully through this film, Indonesian superheroes can go international,” hoped Mochtar Sarman.