Sat, 02 Nov | 72andSunny, Level 2

Seek The Reel Stuff - A Beginner Film-making Workshop

A 2 days beginner workshop that covers all about film-making this school holidays! Suitable for 10-14 years old.
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Seek The Reel Stuff - A Beginner Film-making Workshop

Time & Location

02 Nov 2019, 9:00 am – 09 Nov 2019, 5:00 pm
72andSunny, Level 2, 15a Duxton Hill, Singapore 089598

About the Event

This 2 days* beginner workshop enables you to learn the basics of film-making so that you are able to present your ideas through media and publish them on online platforms. Skills and knowledge that you will gain from this workshop include

- Creative writing skills (Script-writing) 

- Basic Research skills

- Communication skills

- Soft-skills (eg. Teamwork and Personal Mastery)

Every participant will receive an edited-film based on their production with the team at the end of the workshop.

* NOTE: The workshop is held on 2 AND 9 November from 9am - 5pm on both days. 

About the Instructors

Raymond Tan

An Engineer by qualification but a Filmmaker at heart; Raymond Tan is the Producer and Director with Brainchild Pictures Pte Ltd. Not having a media degree to his accreditation, he accumulated film knowledge from ground zero and independently produced and directed his first film "Wa is for Wayang" in 2011. Over the years, Raymond has accumulated his experience in producing and directing films, including "Wayang Boy" and "The Wayang Kids". 

He is also recognised by the Ministry of Education in Singapore as a good resource for schools to encourage bilingualism and promote the learning of Chinese cultures. The Ministry of Education in Korea has screened his movie in all schools and develops a teaching resource to guide educators in facilitating lessons.

Roger Tan

Roger Tan, an entrepreneur, was with Ministry of Education for 22 years as a teacher and Head of Department (HOD). He is a specialist in Physical Education and has a vast experience in engaging students and staff in learning. During his service in a school, he was instrumental in developing the school’s Character Development and Pupils’ Wellbeing Frameworks and in achieving the school’s Best Practice Award (Student All-Round Development). He received the National Day Award (Commendation Medal) in 2013. He started Core Entreprise to continue his passion in developing the CORE (eg. character) in everyone.

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