A short film and an invitation


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ciafilms

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Hi.

Recently did two shorts, "a roMantic Mystery of Monster Mat Rawk laden with MSG" and "The Lady and the Vamp". The Lady and the Vamp won the second prize in the recently concluded Canon/Digital Life DV Triathlon.

You guys can catch The Lady and the Vamp here @ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eNNBrbD09R0

...And if you are interested to see "a roMantic Mystery of Monster Mat Rawk", please visit the substation @ 8pm on Monday 4th of June, where it will be screen along with Substation's First Takes programme!
 

ciafilms

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The Substation Moving Images presents
FIRST TAKE
4 June 2007
The Substation Theatre
8pm, FREE ADMISSION

First Take, happening every 1st Monday of the month at The Substation, is a
popular screening of new local short films and is followed by a Q&A with the
filmmakers. A platform for new filmmakers and anyone who is interested in
filmmaking to meet, exchange ideas and show their work. See the future
talents of Singapore film!

1. WHO LOVES THE SUN / 14 MIN / CHEN-HSI WONG
On a hot summers day, three young kids are left to their own devices on the
streets of Los Angeles. Over the course of the afternoon, their adventures
spin brutally out of control and they are forced to question the nature of
their friendship and actions. This portrait of three unusual children is a
study of youth on the edge of adult consciousness.

Chen-Hsi graduated with an MFA from the University of Southern California¹s
School of Cinema-TV. She was awarded the James Bridges Scholarship for
Excellence in Directing, the highest directing award in its time. She also
worked on two Academy Award nominated documentaries in New York prior to
film school. Who Loves the Sun has won several awards, such as the 2nd
Prize for the Malibu Celebration of Film and Fotokem Student Filmmaker
Award. She is currently based in Singapore.

2. MURPHYS LAW / 5 MIN / WYNNE CHEN, DAVID TAN & GRACE TENG
Murphys Law in action a tongue-in-cheek short comedy.

David and Grace are currently students at Hwa Chong Institution and are very
passionate in filmmaking, and using the visual language to express their
ideas.

3. A ROMANTIC MYSTERY OF MONSTER MAT RAWK MAYHEM LADEN WITH MSG / 5 MIN /
SHAUN KOH
A thriller? A mystery? A social satire?

Shaun has made three films this year: Risk, Lady in the Vamp and A roMantic Mystery. Lady in the Vamp won 2nd Prize at the Canon DV Triathalon and Best Editing and Best Creativity prizes. Risk was made for the National Council of Preventive Gambling. Shaun, who graduated from Ngee Ann Polytechnic¹s Film Sound and Video course, currently produces TVCs, short films, and corporate films.

4. BOB / 14 MIN / FAI RIZAL ALIAS
No girlfriend, no life, no worries. Bob is a simple man who is contented
with his life of mundane routines and boring habits. From the moment he
wakes up till he rolls back into bed at the end of the day, it seems that
Bob is pretty much happy with his amazingly boring life * that is, until his
mood changes and his emotions subconsciously get the better of him. The
question is: why the sudden change, Bob?

A practicing video artist and an aspiring music video director, Bob is
Fais first short film debut, which he wrote and directed. Being an
independent director, Fai has future collaboration works with independent
artists and musicians in the pipeline set for 2007.
He recently won the 2006 RESFEST/MTV Music Video Competition, and will be
directing a new music video for local band ELECTRICO, set for release on MTV
Asia later this year.

SUBMISSIONS ARE WELCOME ALL YEAR ROUND! For more information or to screen
your work at First Take, please visit our website at www.substation.org or
contact Kristin Saw, Programme Manager of Moving Images at 6337 7535 /
kristin@substation.org.

First Take is presented as part of The Substation Moving Images programme
and supported by the Singapore Film Commission and Media Development
Authority with MediAction!

Kristin Saw
Programme Manager, Moving Images

The Substation Moving Images programme -
Supporting independent and short film in Singapore since 1997 (we¹re 10 this
year!).

The Substation needs your support to continue and develop its extraordinary
and necessary programmes. Every dollar you donate can make a real difference
in the development of diversity and depth in Singapore arts.

Donate to The Substation now ... Its easy!
Go to: http://www.donation.org.sg/direct link/call_substation_frame.html

The Substation Ltd
45 Armenian Street, Singapore 179936
Tel: (65) 6337 7535 Fax: (65) 63372729
www.substation.org
 

Hobbes00

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Hello, I have watched all your youtube video on your account.
mightly collection of videos - I loved risk the most (the full version too)
 

ciafilms

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Thanks for the kind words. I've sent u a PM. Cheers!
 

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