Filipina acting and singing star Lovi Poe has launched her own production organization called C’est Lovi Productions.

The organization will have a special focus on exhibiting Filipino stories and artists in the international marketplace and right now has projects on the boil.

They incorporate Lady Luck, written by Los Angeles-based duo Geordie Kieffer and Mitch Toler, in which Poe is set to star. U.K. director Niall Johnson (White Noise) is appended to direct. The feature is as of now in pre-production.

Different projects being developed incorporate the psychological thriller Alyssa to which Filipino movie producer Jerrold Tarog is appended to write and direct. Tarog’s previous credits incorporate the 2016 Philippine-American war drama Heneral Luna and Netflix acquisition Gogo: The Boy General.

Montgomery Blencowe (The Prince, Heist) will collaborate with Poe as an executive of the organization.

Poe is the daughter of late Filipino acting legend Fernando Poe Jr has constructed a flourishing career.

She is falling off of a slew of Filipino projects that have also received International attention, including the Filipino adaptation of the Korean drama Flower of Evil and the romantic comedy Sleep With Me, which debuted at Los Angeles’ Outfest in July, winning the audience award for best episodic.

The actress likewise recently signed an agreement with the ABS-CBN Corporation, the debut organization of the Philippines.

Poe will likewise soon be found in her greatest English-language role to date, close by Alex Pettyfer and Poppy Delevingne, in Ben Cookson’s The Chelsea Cowboy, about the larger-than-life character of U.K. actor and bodyguard John Bindon.