HONG KONG — Video distrib and edutainment specialist InnoForm Media is doing its bit to shift movie production volume in Singapore out of single digits.
Having just wrapped lensing of horror comedy “Men in White,” by the ubiquitous helmer Kelvin Tong, company will complete four films this year.
Company is enjoying success with “Just Follow Law,” an $800,000 production by local helmer Jack Neo, which has grossed more than $1.65 million theatrically in a release handled by Golden Village.
InnoForm is also invested in Tong’s “Rule Number One,” a $1 million horror thriller backed by News Corp. subsid Fortune Star, the Media Development Authority of Singapore and Boku Films.
In post is erotic drama “Pleasure Factory,” directed by Ekachai Uekrongtham (“Beautiful Boxer”). Produced by Uekrongtham’s Spicy Apple Prods., film is set in Singapore’s red-light district.
InnoForm, founded in 2001, has activities spanning development and licensing of children’s edutainment products, sourcing of music/film, publishing, distribution and studio recording services.
In 2004 it received significant financial backing from Singapore stock-market listed foods and healthcare group PSC.