Seven Sunday Films Opens New Offices in Singapore & Bangkok
Responding to an increase in demand for its services in South East Asia, production company Seven Sunday Films is pleased to announce the opening of its new offices in Singapore and Bangkok.
A stronger presence in both cities will further cement Seven Sunday Film’s offering as one of the region’s premiere production companies, and will allow the company to further expand outside of Asia to compete for larger regional projects coming out of Singapore and Bangkok.
Says Seven Sunday Films founder and executive producer Rodney Vincent: “Having offices in Singapore and Bangkok is essential to our expansion as a regional brand and gives us an opportunity to grow our talent pool and resources as we prepare to bring in more projects from Europe and America to this part of the world.”
Appointing well-known local leaders to manage both offices, Seven Sunday Films brings on board experienced executive producer Marge Foo, who will be stationed in Singapore, and producer Golf, who will be based out of Bangkok. Both bring with them a wealth of industry knowledge and strong local contacts.
“In Singapore we will focus our energy on attracting the regional productions and in Bangkok we plan to bring in service work from all around the world. We also aim to produce our Singapore projects from Bangkok, at the same time, giving our local clients in Indonesia an opportunity to better explore Thailand,” Vincent added.
Operating from its headquarters in Jakarta, and with offices based in Chicago and Malaysia, Seven Sunday Films also provides local production service support to global production units and independent directors working in Indonesia.
Over the past seven years, the production house has partnered with global film companies including Smuggler, Hungry Man and Great Guns. Seven Sunday Films now reps MJZ director Irv Blitz exclusively in Indonesia and also works directly with leading directors from Quad, Anonymous Content and ACNE.