An Airbnb For Film Locations
Lincoln Lin, Filmplace
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Did you know that ‘Everything, Everywhere, All At Once’ was filmed in 10 locations in California, while ‘Crazy Rich Asians’ was shot at at least 16 locations, spanning three states in Malaysia and seven buildings in Singapore. With more content producers filling the market, video production and film-making is quickly becoming mainstream.
As of February 2022, there are 30.25 million active social media users in Malaysia alone. These active social media users actively consume and create their own content, some of which eventually become micro influencers. These spell a huge door of opportunity for Malaysian home, building, land, retail and commercial property owners to list and potentially earn an income stream from leasing their sites for content creators.
Produced by: Richard Bradbury
Presented by: Richard Bradbury
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Categories: technology, economy, markets, entrepreneurs, film
Tags: film place, film industry, airbnb, location, video production, tiktok, influencers,