Director: Khoo Yi Hui
Rating: G / 2 mins
A humorous take on the colour theory
of subtractive mixing.
Yi Hui is currently pursuing her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree at Nanyang Technological University, School of Art Design & Media. CMYK is her first independent short film. It won the Public Award at the Very Short International Film Festival in Singapore (Local selection) and placed 3rd at the SPACETIME 2010 Animation and exhibition held at the SIGGRAPH Conference in Los Angeles.
Soi Chang: Elephants on The Streets
Director: Low Ting Yi
Rating: PG / 19 mins
Soi Chang is a documentary about street elephants and their caretakers, known as mahouts, in Thailand.
A mahout drags his elephant to beg on the streets in a struggle between preserving centuries old traditions
and succumbing to modern day realities.
Ting Yi is a Communications graduate from Nanyang Technological University currently based in Japan. He has directed the award winning short You Singaporean? and is keen to pursue documentary filmmaking overseas. Soi Chang has been showcased at the 5th Annual Colorado Environmental Film Festival, 4th Annual Rockport Film Festival, New Filmmakers Los Angeles and First Take (Singapore).
Summer and Its Rain
Director: Joshua Simon
Rating: PG / 10 mins
In a world that has lost its colour, a young woman uses music to restore vibrancy to her life.
Joshua recently graduated from the Film, Sound and Video course at Ngee Ann Polytechnic. His film, 25th of Laura, was a finalist at the 2010 Singapore International Film Festival.