GMM Tai Hub

GMM Tai Hub or GTH (Thai: จีเอ็มเอ็ม ไท หับ or จีทีเอช) was a former film studio of the Thai entertainment conglomerate GMM Grammy. It was formed in 2003 by a merger between GMM Pictures, Tai Entertainment, and Hub Ho Hin Film following the box-office success of the childhood romantic comedy, Fan Chan, which the three companies had produced.

GMM Tai Hub Co. Ltd.
TypeSubsidiary
IndustryMotion pictures
Founded2003
Defunct2015
SuccessorGDH 559
HeadquartersBangkok, Thailand
Key people
Visute Poolvoralaks
Jira Maligool
ProductsFilms, series
ParentGMM Grammy plc
Subsidiaries
Websitewww.gth.co.th

GTH was dissolved in December 2015 due to internal conflicts.[1] It was replaced by GDH 559.

BackgroundEdit

In 2000, Tai Entertainment joined Hub Ho Hin Bangkok to produce The Iron Ladies, a film that became a domestic box office leader in 2001. In 2003, Tai Entertainment and Hub Ho Hin teamed up with GMM Pictures to produce My Girl.

Launched in May 2004, GTH was a fully independent joint venture from three of Thailand's most renowned and innovative media companies: GMM Grammy (held 51%), Tai Entertainment (held 30%), and Hub Ho Hin Bangkok (held 19%). They announced a merger partner and set up a new company under the name "GMM Tai Hub" or "GTH".

PartnershipsEdit

In 2014, GMM Tai Hub partnered with KBank to launch a new line of debit cards, "GTH is Me".[2][3]

DissolutionEdit

On 13 November 2015, GMM Tai Hub announced that GTH was to be dissolved on 31 December 2015. They cited internal disputes on the future direction of the firm as the reason for the breakup.[1]

FilmographyEdit

This list includes some filmography produced by the predecessor companies GMM Pictures, Tai Entertainment, and Hub Ho Hin Bangkok Co. Ltd. Since 2016, all of these films' distribution rights have been owned by the successor company, GDH 559.[4]

Year Title Release date(s)  
2001 The Iron Ladies January 11, 2001
2002 Mekhong Full Moon Party October 11, 2002
Butterfly Man December 6, 2002
2003 My Girl October 3, 2003
Beautiful Boxer November 3, 2003
2004 Tropical Malady June 25, 2004
Shutter September 9, 2004
M.A.I.D. December 23, 2004
Pattaya Maniac October 7, 2004
2005 The Tin Mine May 17, 2005
Oops There's Dad July 28, 2005
Dear Dakanda October 6, 2005
2006 Dek hor (Dorm) February 2, 2006
Metrosexual July 13, 2006
See How They Run August 3, 2006
Seasons Change August 23, 2006
Lucky Loser October 19, 2006
The Possible July 13, 2006
2007 Body October 4, 2007
Alone March 29, 2007
Final Score February 1, 2007
The Bedside Detective September 6, 2007
Kung Fu Tootsie July 19, 2007
2008 Handle Me With Care February 21, 2008
Hormones March 20, 2008
4bia April 25, 2008
The Last Moment June 19, 2008
Coming Soon October 30, 2008
2009 Best of Times March 5, 2009
Dear Galileo July 23, 2009
Phobia 2 September 9, 2009
Bangkok Traffic Love Story October 15, 2009
2010 Little Comedian March 11, 2010
Hello Stranger August 19, 2010
Cool Gel Attacks December 2, 2010
2011 SuckSeed March 17, 2011
Ladda Land April 28, 2011
The Billionaire October 20, 2011
2012 ATM: Er Rak Error January 19, 2012
Seven Something July 26, 2012
Countdown December 20, 2012
2013 Pee Mak March 28, 2013
2014 Teacher’s Diary March 20, 2014
The Swimmers August 7, 2014
I Fine..Thank You..Love You December 10, 2014
2015 Heart Attack September 3, 2015
May Who? October 1, 2015

TelevisionEdit

TV seriesEdit

Year Title Seasons Original channel
2008–2014 True Love Next Door 4 Modernine TV (Season 1-2)
Channel 5 (Season 3)
GTH On Air (Season 4)
2009 Spy the Series 1 Modernine TV
2010–2013 Opas 2 Modernine TV
2013 GTH Side Story 1 GMM One
2013–2014 ATM 2 1 GMM One
2013–2015 Hormones The Series 3 GMM One (Season 1,3)
GMM 25 (Season 2)
GTH On Air
2014–2015 ThirTEEN Terrors 1 GTH On Air
2015 Stay: Saga...Love Always 1 Line TV
Stupid Cupid 1 GTH On Air
Malee: The Series 1 GTH On Air

Cable TV and TV channelsEdit

See alsoEdit

External linksEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b "Film studio GTH to disband - The Nation". The Nation. Retrieved 2015-11-13.
  2. ^ http://www.gth.co.th/th/news_detail.php?news_id=156
  3. ^ "ธนาคารกสิกรไทย".
  4. ^ "ภาพยนตร์ - จีเอ็มเอ็ม แกรมมี่".