An entrepreneur at heart, Asun Mawardi had obtained a PhD in Business Administration before deciding, as a movie buff, to attend and graduate from the prestigious New York Film Academy in Los Angeles. Subsequently in 2000 he founded the international production company “Creative Motion Pictures” (CMP) in order to combine the best of the west and Asian approaches/resources to make the highest quality of English and Asian language films.
Inspired by the experience from his first Hollywood feature “The Black Magic”, Asun has directed and produced award-winning projects such as ”I Do I Do”, “Untukmu”, “Rindu Kami PadaMu”, The “Tsunami” documentary, “Pirate Brothers” (aka Mortal Enemies in the US), “#66” and “Once Upon a Time in Indonesia” as detailed on the portfolio of this company profile.
Asun felt that there were many entertainment industry projects which could benefit from the “CMP approach” of combining leading industry talent and creativity with best business practices.
The CMP methodology incorporates the following:
• Deep Entertainment Industry Background
• Business and Creative Management Skills
• Client and Team Oriented Approach