Victric Thng started his affair with filmmaking in 2003. A filmmaker by accident, he is known for creating lyrical stories that revive that precious sense of intimate human interactions and relations. His sublime and insightful examination on the nature of identity, connection and desire for intimacy sets him apart and he was named one of the next new wave of filmmakers to watch out for by The Straits Times, Singapore. In 2007, Thng was honoured by Q! Film Festival for the “Focus on Director” segment. And in 2008, he was jury for Macao International Film Festival, Singapore Short Film Festival and Cineodeon by Asian Film Archive. He also curated twice for PROJECT : slingSHORT 2008 - a showcase of Singapore short films screened in London. Thng is currently an Associate Artist of The Substation and his films are distributed by Objectifs Films.
A veteran of television production, Kat Goh is one of the few female filmmakers to emerge from Singapore. Cutting her teeth on epic TV productions during an eight-year stint at both MCS and Channel U, Kat's work on the small screen includes the highly-rated comedy series Durian King (2004), which won three PROMAX awards including Best Actress. In 2008, Kat made her directorial debut in film with Swimming Lesson. The tender and surprising short film about a mother's love competed at the 2009 Singapore International Film Festival and won both the Best Short Film and Best Director awards. It also won the special jury mention award in the 7th Vladivostok International Film Festival “Pacific Meridian”.
Jasmine Ng has directed and co-directed a number of award-winning short and feature films such as Eating Air, Moveable Feast, Pink Paddlers and numerous TV commercials. She was previously a board member at the recent Singapore International Film Festival (SIFF) in 2009 and she is currently represented by Salt Films, a division of Two Ocean Films for TV commercials, and continues to work freelance for other long-form projects.