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Creating your own web series by BananaMana Films

When:

Tue Feb 3 2015, 7:30pm–10:00pm
Tue Feb 10 2015, 7:30pm–10:00pm

Where: Objectifs Centre for Photography and Film, 155 Middle Road, Bugis, Singapore

Restrictions: All ages

Ticket Information:

  • Admission: Free

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Creating your own web series by BananaMana Films

With the growth of social media and various on-demand programmes, web series have become more popular with audiences. Filmmakers have been turning to YouTube or online sites to create and showcase their own web series through various online platforms. Learn useful tips on how to go about creating an engaging web series that draws audiences into watching your programme amidst the crowded online world.

Speakers’ Profile

BananaMana Films is an award-winning Singapore production company focussed on creating high quality narrative content for web, TV and film, with a strong emphasis on producing narrative, dramatic content with Asian actors in the English language. BananaMana Films is co-founded by Jason Chan and Christian Lee, who both come from an acting background. Both individuals are based in Singapore (having moved from Australia and the U.S. respectively).

They were both also awarded "Outstanding Directing in a Drama Series" at the Los Angeles WebFest 2014, for their 13 episodic series "What Do men Want?". The web series went on to become a TV series with a broadcast on MediaCorp's Channel 5, from October to December 2014. Their follow up web series "Perfect Girl" was awarded "Best International Web Series" at the Atlanta WebFest 2014, and is up for eight awards at the Los Angeles WebFest 2015 coming up in April 2015.

This workshop is organized by ciNE65 to help budding film-makers develop their potential in film-making. Registration is open to all on a first-come, first-served basis.

Organizer: Nexus

To register for the workshops and seminars, please visit www.cine65.sg
For further queries on the events, please email to info@objectifs.com.sg or call 6293 9782.