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MMQ Services 2009

MMQ Mediaworks Brunei welcomes any enquiries. Email us at mmqmedia@gmail.com or call us +6738191455

- Television programmes - (Drama, Lifestyle, Reality, Documentary)
- Feature Films
- Music Videos
- Corporate Videos
- Training and Instructional Videos

In the production, workflow protocols are followed to ensure quality results, assuring you of our utmost and personalized attention, ONLY at MMQ Mediaworks Brunei.

What is Pre-Production?

Pre-production is the planning and brainstorming process, and can be considered the backbone of the entire project as many important decisions determining the end-product will be deliberated.

We know that planning for a video production might seem to be a daunting task for many, and that is where our producers can step in and help lift the load from your shoulders. Our producers will advise you on the creative as well as technical aspects of the project.

What is Production?

Once the budget and direction of the project have been set, our
producers will put together an experienced team of production crew.

From start to finish, our producers will supervise the quality and
efficiency of the crew involved in the production to ensure that the
highest standards possible are practiced and maintained.

What is Post Production?

During post-production, the editors, colorists, sound engineers, and technical supervisors work together to ascertain the quality of the deliverables to the client. Our 3-dimensional animators can provide graphics and animation for video effects, product visualizations, and design visualization and walkthroughs to enhance your video.

Exposition and opportunity...if there is any

If you are an event management company or considering to exhibit your services and products in Brunei, here's an example, including a letter - in Malay for your reference. It is interesting how ICC becomes what it has become now.

English speaking talents....let me hear you!!

Hi there,

A talent has call upon us (the brunei broadcasting industry) to open up and "embrace" local english speaking actors and actresses. i dont know about RTB or what do they have to say about this, but its been a while, in my head, at least, something captivating playing with various actors and actresses in the background, speaking english..in a brunei production. whether it is radio or tv or the big screen or even theatre.

we need support of all to realize this small idea. why not? lets set a time. its now 6.10:23pm 5th Jan 2009. we see how long will it take for it to be realized.

thanks tini :-)

We hear you..Calls For An Art Centre For Local Artistes

To Awg Sagap and Norizan, please email me. I need to hear and help more of our veteran talents for our future projects. Thanks Norizan.

Awang Sagap Calls For An Art Centre For Local Artistes- By Norizan Murshid
Bandar Seri Begawan - Awang Sagap, whose real name is Hj Mat Noor Matussin, 65, has always been interested in writing and acting since his school days. Well-known for his acting career, Awang Sagap has acted in many TV dramas, sitcoms, musical dramas, heavy dramas and children programs, as well as radio dramas.
In an interview with the Bulletin, Hj Mat Noor said he began his acting career with Radio Television Brunei in 1970, before getting into stage performances.
Some of the TV dramas he took part in included "Serba Sabah", "Dua Kali Lima", "Gadik Kastari", "Tukar Angin", "Salah Sangka", "Surya Di Kaki Desa", "Liau Budin", "Ulat Buhl Buntal", "Biang Keladi" and several Had Raya special programmes. He also acted in "Puncak Pertama", "Tamu", "Asam
Garam" and "Langkah". HI Mat Noor has also acted with well-known artistes from Malaysia like Aziz Satar (Datuk), Mahmud Ali Bashah, Norseha and many more.
He hopes that RTB will not forget veteran artistes and invite them to take part in local dramas. Hj Mat Noor also hopes that one day the Government of His Majesty the Sultan and Yang Di-Pertuan of Brunei Darussalam will set up an art centre where young and veteran artistes can train to become professional artistes.
He has a son, Charma Hj Mat Noor, who is an actor himself.
Besides acting, writing is his other passion. Hj Mat Noor's writings are not only published in local newspapers but also in Sabah Times, Bintang Harian, Majalah URTV (Kuala Lumpur) Majalah Wanita and Berita Harian.
He was a teacher at SMMA, Seria in 1960, as well as a clerk, customs officer, chief clerk and assistant administration. -- Courtesy of Borneo Bulletin