Daniel Yun

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Daniel Yun (traditional Chinese: 雲暉翔; simplified Chinese: 云晖翔; pinyin: Yun Huixiang) is a Singaporean veteran film producer, media practitioner, and marketer. He has extensive experience in advertising and marketing, including running his own marketing and promotion company, Channels Marketing, before moving into the broadcast and movie industry. He joined Singapore Broadcasting Corporation Radio as Vice-President of Radio Sales in 1991 and became Head of Programming in 1992. He then went on to establish and head the Marketing Communications as well as the Programming and Acquisition departments for Television Corporation of Singapore (TCS) in 1994.

In 1998, Daniel became the Vice-President of Production 5 at TCS, where he supervised the production of English dramas and sitcoms. In the same year, he founded Mediacorp Raintree Pictures. Raintree Pictures was a part of MediaCorp’s efforts to develop content beyond the TV platform for the local and the regional markets. A strong driving force behind the push to establish a Singapore movie industry by nurturing Singapore filmmakers and collaborating with accomplished overseas filmmakers, Daniel led MediaCorp Raintree Pictures with over 30 releases, including ‘I Not Stupid’, ’The Eye’, ’The Maid’, ‘881’, ‘Infernal Affairs 2’, ‘Painted Skin'.

In 2015, he co-produced, co-wrote and co-directed the five-years-in-making ‘1965’, a movie on the pioneer generation in the months leading up to the independence of Singapore. In 2016, Daniel founded Blue3 Asia with the YDM Global Company, to develop and fund a slate of borderless and engaging content for online and offline distribution in Asia.


Raintree Pictures[edit]

  • One Last Dance

Homerun Asia[edit]

  • Homecoming
  • My Dog Dou Dou

Blue3 Pictures[edit]

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