Recently, we at SGNewWave hosted an event for the Singapore Heritage Short Film Competition where we screened several documentary films that were selected as the top contenders in this competition. Though I find the conveying of ideas in the form of documentary highly entertaining and enriching us with content we do not normally talk about or […]
“Spiders happen to be my specialty, I become a spider, to catch a spider.” *Awkward spider sounds* – Alex Mathis The above dialogue pretty much captures the goofy, shamelessness that is Mike Mendez’s Big Ass Spider. The movie was screened in the preview theatre as part of a masterclass on B-Grade films, considering the success […]
A grumpy delivery man finding love in a quaint flower store, two sisters’ need for each other in a troubled household, and a childhood romance blossoming in a hospital’s nursery- these are the 3 stories that have sprouted from the easily-wandering mind of part-time filmmaker, full-time banker, Ms Ellie Ngim- the first masterclass master to […]
SGNEWWAVE attended the screening of ‘I Hugged The Berlin Patient’ a film by Edgar Tang, an alumni from Ngee Ann Polytechnic’s Mass Communication on 30th April. This Wednesday screening at The Arts House provided a cosy ambience for the audience and Edgar’s breezy nature kept them at ease. A fulfilling turn out as the theatre […]
SGNewWave had the privilege to have esteemed producer Fran Borgia give a talk on independent producing in Singapore as part of our series of masterclasses. As a Spanish award-winning director, writer and most importantly, producer, Fran Borgia 2-hour talk gave great insights into the world of producing in Singapore.