RGM Media unveils film and TV plans for 2011
RGM Media plans to begin production on four feature films and four TV programs by the end of the year, which will help lift its annual revenue by up to 10 per cent.
The Singapore-based company, which was founded by Robyn Gardiner in 1982 and is best known for representing several high profile actors, is attempting to transform its business into a production house.
The company did not name the four film projects it expects to have in production but it has spent several years developing a sequel to 1991 hit Point Break and has previously named two other films in development – Young Guy and The Proving Ground. In March, it valued its investment in Point Break 2 at more than $1.7 million, according to its half-year financial report.
Among its TV productions planned for this year are Asian versions of reality TV shows The Apprentice and the People’s Choice Awards. It also plans to complete two scripted series and telemovies for global distribution.