Tan Si En (L) & Kris Ong (R)

Momo Film Co, part of Beach House Pictures and Blue Ant Media, is a Singapore-based film and TV company founded in 2018. We are committed to producing high-quality asian drama for viewers around the world, telling new and authentic asian stories with taste and ambition, and collaborating with established media partners along with new creators.


Tan Si En is a film and TV producer.

An alumnus of Berlinale Talents 2020 and Rotterdam Lab 2018, Si En was the producer for Wet Season by Anthony Chen, which made its World Premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival 2019, Platform Competition. The film was lauded critically and went on to receive 10 awards internationally. Her latest co production The Year Of The Everlasting Storm premiered in Cannes Film Festival 2021, and Arnold is a Model Student by Sorayos Prapapan premiered in Locarno Film Festival in 2022.

Si En was the assistant producer of POP AYE by Kirsten Tan, which won the Special Jury Prize at Sundance Film Festival 2017 and the VPRO Big Screen Award at International Film Festival Rotterdam. She is developing and co producing prominent award winning projects such as Don't Cry, Butterfly by Duong Dieu Linh (Moulin d'Andé–CECI award), This City is a Battlefield by Mouly Surya, Some Nights I Feel Like Walking by Petersen Vargas, among others.

Si En’s producing efforts have been featured in publications such as Screendaily, Variety, Channel News Asia and Yahoo. In 2020, she was recognised as one of The Straits Times 30 under 30 - The Arts. In 2021, she received the youth inspiration award given by National Youth Council and Scape.


Kris Ong is a writer/director.

She has over 6 years of experience in story and script development. Beyond working as a script consultant at HBO Asia, Kris has written script coverage for an international variety of scripts, short stories as well as novels. She is the co-writer of the feature film Ajoomma, to be directed by He Shuming (SEAFIC Award Winner 2018, IFFAM Co Production Award.)

As a director, her short films and music videos  have collectively screened at over 30 film festivals and platforms such as MTV Asia. Her latest short film Sunday, had its world premiere at the Palm Springs International ShortFest 2019.

In 2021, Kris was selected to participate in the first edition of Sundance Intensive Asia. Kris was the youngest participant at the Singapore International Film Festival’s Southeast Asian Film Lab in 2014, and a resident at the Yamagata Documentary Dojo in 2019. In 2020, she was featured in The Straits Times 30 under 30 - The Arts list for her work in Momo Film Co.