Many production companies have a specialisation in producing video content in a few niche areas (e.g. F&B, Early Childhood, Weddings). By doing a little research on the clients that the production company has served, you will be able to narrow the company’s specialisation.

The next step is to view the different video content the production company has produced. This allows you to better understand the style and character of the company, and you can deduce from there whether this production company fits your bill. As a bonus, you can also look up client testimonials or reviews of the production company.

You can easily see our work here on our website or follow and subscribe to our YouTube channel as well as Instagram account.

YouTube: RMP by Alexstudio

Instagram: @alexkhaw_filmmaker

No, RMP Films is not a one-man crew. In every production company, manpower is crucial in creating notable content. Here at RMP Films, we do not believe in a singular person’s effort, but rather the symphony of hard work and strength of a team to deliver to our clients.

The equipment we use at RMP Films is of professional standards, and we entirely avoid using pro-consumer equipment. Professional equipment is designed specifically to withstand harsh conditions as well as to be able to handle heavy usage, and yet still be able to deliver high quality footage. This is something pro-consumer equipment cannot deliver for us, and that is why having the right equipment is important. Having a skilled person behind the camera matters as well, and that is why at RMP Films, we ensure that the person behind the camera knows the equipment well enough to handle them professionally.

There are various factors that contribute to the cost of a video:

- Number of videos required

- Length of required video/s
- Number of film crew needed for the job
- Number of locations to be covered
- Complexity of editing required for video/s

There are 3 main stages to any video production. They are Pre-production, Production and Post-production.


This first stage involves a lot of research and planning together with the client. Some key questions that are vital to be answer during this stage are:

- Who is your target audience?

- What platform/s do you plan to post the video on?

- What are your key messages you wish to communicate through the video/s?

After those questions are answered, a storyboard and script is drafted and presented to the client for approval. After the approval, a production schedule is drafted and confirmed by both parties.


All the filming and production are done at this stage. We bring together all the visual elements described in the storyboard and script.


This is where the video is crafted and pieced together to tell a coherent narrative. Graphics, text as well as music are also added at this stage where appropriate. After your approval on the final cut, we will provide you with a HD master copy of the video via Dropbox. 

Before we start filming, we will arrange a pre-production meeting to discuss in detail what is needed during production. 

Depending on the complexity, we have done projects from 2 weeks to 2 months.

We always shoot in Full HD (1080p) and even 4K resolution. Typically we will supply the completed video in digital formats such as .mov .mp4.

Yes, we can! We will be more than happy to help and direct you to the appropriate agencies we work closely with. Drop us an email or contact us whichever way is most convenient for you

Yes we do. Overseas filming will be 1.5 times of our rates in Singapore, excluding accommodation, flights, transport, and insurance.

We only do F&B related event coverage and not live broadcast at the event. 

The best place to start is by emailing and explaining your aims and objectives for the video. We will then provide an estimated quote and contact you to arrange a meeting in person to walk you though the details of the production.