Logline: A girl comes-of-age and bears the brunt of familial and social pressures. She wrestles with a mind that is jaded, and a heart that yearns to hold on to youth and innocence.
Her emotions and thoughts manifest themselves into her surroundings; ideally represented by a surreal and playful visual landscape.
The shot opens with a birthday cake crashing into the ground. Read more →
It’s win or die for an amateur-in-love who must get the girl or he’ll remain stuck in a Dating Simulation game forever.
Raymond has never had a girlfriend in his life. Forget girlfriends — as a socially stunted adult, the only girl he can ever communicate with without melting into a sputtering puddle is his 60 year-old co-worker at the café, Read more →
Inspiration / After watching “unfriended” and “Noah”, in which both films are depicted entirely on a computer screen, I’ve been fascinated with this new form of storytelling.
My film would be done in similar fashion. It takes place in both the character’s reality and whatever that is taking place on the computer screen. Logline /
An encounter on an online web streaming site leaves Read more →
A shut-in gamer is drawn to a cry for help from next door and decides to leave his room for the first time in ages. What greets him is a man in a bathtub of ice, mixed with his own blood.
A dying man teaches a wasteful youth his deepest lesson on living.
One hot mid-day, Zhi Xiong (26) is playing a first person shooter game Read more →
Jon has to decide whether or not to take his comatose father off life support, he reflects on his memories of his strict father during his childhood piano practices.
Even dysfunctional families show love
Jon (28, Male) is in a hospital room with his comatose father, he has a form in his hand, which terminates his father’s life support. When he is Read more →
Below is the idea that I have for my short film. Please do have a read and feedback with comments. Thank you!
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I’ve got to admit, I never like to answer these questions. I don’t think I could choose, and at the instance I am asked it the answers just escape me.
That being confessed, I shall siphon off the top of my head, this lovely Japanese film I recently revisited: Nobody Knows
I watched it when I was much younger, and since then Read more →
My “favourite” movie
Shaun of the DEAD – Edgar Wright
Edgar Wright is bae and I superlike how he is consistent in his style of narration across all his films. ‘Shaun of the Dead’ is the very first Edgar Wright’s film that I watched ages ago and because of this particular film, I have fallen in love with all his other films.
I love Jake’s character (Louis), and how the plot unfolded to something I did not imagine / predict.