Chief Executive Officer
Mike Wiluan is the Chief Executive of Infinite Studios.
Some notable shows Mike has produced include: ‘Sing to the Dawn’- South East Asia’s first English animated feature, ‘My Magic’ and ‘Be with me’ both directed by Eric Khoo and were both featured at the Cannes Film Festival and ‘881’ by Royston- one of Singapore’s highest grossing films of all time, followed by its sequel ’12 Lotus’. Mike is currently producing a slate of genre features with long time collaborative partner, Eric Khoo on a Joint Venture Label called ‘Gorylah Pictures’. His first feature film under this slate called ‘Darah’ was in cinemas in late 2009. Infinite Frameworks animation studio produced the animated Film’Tatsumi’ of which Mike was Executive Producer . ‘Tatsumi’ which premiered in Cannes film festival in the ‘Un certain regard’ catergory is the 13th Animated feature to be premiered in the festival’s 65 year history. His most recent feature film is ‘Dead Mine’, an English Language co-production with HBO ASIA. Mike is currently the Executive Producer of ‘Serangoon Road’- HBO ASIA’s first television series production with ABC Australia.
Since acquiring the media company in 2004, Mike set about setting up Indonesia’s first large scale International animation studio which has since grown to produce notable shows such as ‘Garfield’, ‘Franklin and Friends’ and ‘Peter Rabbit’. Aside from Animation, Mike has lead the positioning of Infinite Studios to become a leading media player in Asia Pacific, solidifying key partnerships with notable players in the industry such as HBO, AETN, IMG Darlow Smithson, Corus Group and Mark Burnett Productions. In 2011, Infinite Studios launched the development of Singapore’s first film studio as well as Indonesia’s first film studio and backlot on Batam island which is currently the largest studio in South East Asia. Most notably, the studio’s production services arm facilitated Michael Mann’s most recent feature ‘Cyber’ filmed in Jakarta in August 2013.
In 2014 Mike was nominated as Chairman on the Singapore International Film Festival (SGIFF) to spearhead the revival of SE ASIA’s most prominent film festival. He also serves on Singapore Polytechnic’s, Republic Polytechnic’s and MDIS’s school of media advisory committee. In 2010, Mike was invited as on a select economic advisory committee for the Singapore Ministry of Trade and Industry. Mike also currently serves on several government working committees for the Media and ICT industries. A member of the Young Presidents Organisation, Mike has been invited as a key speaker in many media forums including Asian Business Summit, Screen Singapore Finance Forum, Asian Television Forum and World Chinese Chamber of Commerce Congress. In 2014 Mike received the Forbes Indonesia Progressive Figures Award in recognition of his role in media. In addition to the film business, Mike is the President of the TURI group which operates and owns boutique hotels, resorts and industrial estates in Indonesia.
President of Business Development
Shuyi is the President of Business Development with the Group and was CFO from 2009-2013. Shuyi brings with her more than 10 years of experience in private equity with PAMA Group Inc and Advent International Corporation based in Singapore and Hong Kong, focusing on technology, manufacturing and hospitality in Malaysia and Thailand, with exposure to China and the USA. In her early career, Shuyi was based in China as the key Business Development and Finance professional responsible for development and marketing of an industrial park, providing extensive commercial and government-related support for companies establishing businesses in the area.
Shuyi started her career in Treasury with a Singapore-listed regional construction company. She graduated with an MBA and a degree in Biochemistry and Microbiology from Canada. She has a passion for social causes and is active with children charities in China, Cambodia and Nepal.
Chief Operating Officer
Freddie is the COO of Infinite Studios has more than 20 years of media industry experience and is responsible for the entire operations of Infinite Studios. In 1997, together with a group of industry veterans, he founded Infinite Frameworks (IFW) and has been responsiblefor driving the company’s core businesses which includes Post-Production services for TV Commercials, Feature Films /Short Films, Broadcast Design and Branding, Animation, Intellectual Property Acquisition and Content Development for the local and regional markets. Infinite Studios has been recognized for its craft at Clios, Cannes, Promax & BDA, New York Festivals and Creative Circle Awards.
His producing credits include “My Magic”, “Be With Me”, “Tatsumi” which
were all selected for the Cannes Film Festival. He was also the local co-producer for HBO's epic "Serangoon Road" TV Series, 20th Century Fox's "Agent 47" and Scott Free's "Equals" shot on location in Singapore and Batam.
He has served as a Board Member and Advisory Committee member of the Singapore Film Commission (SFC) since 2005 and is on the Nanyang Polytechnic’s Board of Governors. He also chairs the Advisory Committees for the School of Interactive Digital Media (SIDM) at Nanyang Polytechnic and the School of Design and Media (SDM) at the Institute of Education (ITE). He graduated with a Bachelor of Arts Degree (Communication Studies) from Murdoch University (Australia).
Mah Seong Kung
Chief Financial Officer
Mah Seong Kung (aka SK) has more than 20 years of working experience in investment, corporate finance and business development in the commercial and investment banking industry. SK is a Singapore Chartered Accountant and graduated with an accountancy degree from the National University of Singapore in 1991
His prior experience includes listing a Chinese coal mining company, Blackgold Limited, on the Australian Stock Exchange in 2011. He also worked on IPOs, M&A and fund raising advisory with Omega Capital where his last held position was Executive Director. He also served as a General Manager for TMC Education Group, a catalist-listed company with operation in Singapore, Malaysia, Philippine, and China. Prior to that, he was an investment manager at a private equity fund, Transpac Capital