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Visual Language of Film by Pok Yue Weng

When:

Sun Feb 1 2015, 2:00pm–3:30pm

Where: National Library, 100 Victoria Street, Rochor, Singapore

Restrictions: All ages

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  • Admission: Free

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Visual Language of Film by Pok Yue Weng

Visuals are an important part of film; a strong visual image can help enhance the story of a film. Visuals are not just about pretty images; the visual motifs, style and aesthetics help enhance the story of a film. Learn how to interpret and use these visuals to communicate the story of a film. Examples of short and feature films will be shown for discussion in this seminar.

Speakers’ Profile

Pok Yue Weng has been involved in major Singapore and Hong Kong film productions which include The Road Less Travelled, The Tree and many other film projects and television commercials as a producer, director and director of photography. His short film SuperDONG was selected for the prestigious Director’s Fortnight in Cannes and made its way to numerous film festivals internationally. His animation project Tattoo War also received the KOFIC prize at the 2009 Pucheon International Fantastic Film Festival. Pok also co-runs the production house, The Creative Room. He was commissioned on 2 short films with the Singapore Arts Festival in 2011 and Singapore Writer’s Festival in 2013.

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

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