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Video Production Company Singapore
Video Production Background Singapore
Common Types of Video Production in Singapore
- Corporate video productions
- Event video productions
- Films (feature length and shorts)
- Music videos
- TV commercials
- Social media video productions
- Youtube Video productions
- Product review videos
- Viral marketing advertisements
- Video interviews
- Tutorial Videos
Singapore Video Production Locations
The breathtaking skyline that ‘The Lion City’ is famous for in itself has been recently seen in Independence Day: Resurgence. Not only due to its recognizable and iconic landmarks, but because it truly is a remarkable sight. Singapore’s Business District, referred to as ‘CBD’ is where all commercial and financial business takes place. It is right on the river, located between The Marina Bay and Chinatown, making filming between locations simple. Colonial buildings, temples and fine dining restaurants that offer stunning views line this area, which provide an abundance of video production opportunities.
It’s quite surprising that The Marina Bay Sands has not been used more frequently in films. It certainly is one of the world’s most unique and iconic buildings and is famous for its SkyPark Observation Deck and rooftop infinity pool that overlook the Gardens by the Bay, The Singapore River as well as much more.
This Singaporean architectural marvel was seen in Westworld’s season three. This spiral bridge has four viewing platforms situated at strategic locations that present extraordinary views of the Singapore skyline and events taking place within Marina Bay. Its unique design has led to numerous architectural and design awards.
Chinatown is brimming with life and is home to many different places of worship and religions. These include the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple (pictured right), the colourful Sri Mariamman Temple (first Hindu temple in Singapore) and the Thian Hock Keng Temple. Keong Saik Road is a gentrified street with narrow shophouses, hipster food outlets and many modern boutique hotels.
Filming Equipment and Post-Production Availability
Filming Crew, Skills and Availability
Frequently Asked questions:
Do I need to apply for a visa or work permit?
– There is a 60 day exemption for foreigners filming in Singapore, but you’ll have to submit an e-Notification to MOM before engaging in filming activities.
Are shooting permits required?
– Shooting permits are required and should be applied 14 working days before shooting begins.