[Sharing Talks]: SESSIONS About... "Post-production options & Short films to features


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The Substation Moving Images presents
SESSIONS about...
31 October 2009
The Substation Theatre
4pm and 8pm, entry by donation
Pre-register now at movingimages@substation.org


SESSIONS brings you closer to the people who have been there and done that. From professionals to filmmakers, The Substation invites you to hear
their experiences and share your thoughts and passion in this one-time event.

Send in your burning questions now when you pre-register at movingimages@substation.org!

GOING POSTAL LOOKING FOR POST WITHIN THE REGION

Speaker: Lai Weijie
31 October 2009
Saturday
4 pm
The Substation Theatre


Lai Weijie will be sharing his experiences in exploring post-production options for film within the region, finishing possibilities and their respective pros and cons.*The talk will also include a brief introduction on the basic formats available on film, distinctive looks of the two brands providing it, the benefits of shooting on film over video, as well as the basic steps and processes when shooting on the film format.

Speaker’s bio:
Lai Weijie is one of the two Singaporeans in the inaugural Graduate Film Program at NYU Tisch School of the Arts Asia. He recently went road tripping in Malaysia to explore post-production options for his film, "The Sun Rising" and visited a film lab in Philippines while attending the ASEAN-ROK Independent Cinema Project in Manila.


FROM ONE BLOODY SHORT TO ONE BLOODY FEATURE: CUTTING YOUR WAY TO THAT FIRST FEATURE RELEASE

Speaker: Chai Yee-wei
31 October 2009
Saturday
8 pm
The Substation Theatre


Yee-wei will share his experiences in making his first feature film BLOOD TIES and the pitfalls to avoid. In the talk, he will cover how he gained exposure through short films and will talk about the financing, production, marketing and distribution experiences of BLOOD TIES.

Speaker’s bio:
The writer/director, Chai Yee Wei, went from business school to entrepreneur to filmmaker. He graduated from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, with a business degree. After working in an MNC for several years, Yee Wei turned entrepreneur and started a restaurant, Curry Favour. He is still a partner at Curry Favour, which is looking to open its 3rd restaurant this year. Through his studies and work, Yee Wei maintained a strong passion for film and TV. After making several short films and working on different film projects, he received the MDA Feature Film grant this year to make his first feature ‘Blood Ties’.




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