mm2 is a multi-format content production company headquartered in Singapore, with offices in Malaysia, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Shanghai, Beijing and the US. Since 2008, mm2 has co-produced and/or distributed over 100 titles, earning it a spot on the 200 Under A Billion list from Forbes Asia and the designation of being the fastest growing producer of films, TV and online content in Singapore. mm2 is a publicly listed company on the Singapore Exchange (SGX: 1B0). As of March 31st 2018, it has a market cap of $453 million USD.
The services offered by mm2 are all-encompassing, spanning from production, distribution and sponsorship, to post production, 3D animation, CGI & VFX, cinema operations and management as well as event production and concert promotion. The expansion into these verticals was made possible through the strategic acquisition of several companies, including Vividthree Productions (3D animation, VFX and CGI post-production studio), UnUsUaL Group (event production and concert promotion) and Dick Lee Asia (creative house focused on special events and projects).
A few of mm2's most notable production titles include "Ah Boys To Men 2" (2013), which is the highest-grossing domestic Singaporean film of all time, and "The Journey" (2014), the highest-grossing domestic Malaysian film of 2014. mm2's productions have been nominated for, and won awards regionally. Notable recent examples include our Malaysian production "Shuttle Life", which won 3 awards at the Shanghai International Film Festival in 2017. mm2 has also produced content for TV, including the Singaporean/Malaysian version of the hit reality TV series - The Voice.
Claudia Pak is mm2's Director of Development in the United States. She was born in Brazil to Korean parents and raised in Buenos Aires, Argentina. She studied International Business with a double specialization in Finance and Marketing at Fordham University, and began her career in finance and marketing before specializing in film and acting.
Recent mm2 projects