BMW Shorties is once again organising “For the Love of Filmmaking” with the support of the Next New Wave to further cultivate filmmaking abilities among young filmmakers in Malaysia.
The second edition of the one-day workshop will provide young and growing film talent in Malaysia with a platform to learn directly from renowned filmmakers in the South East Asian region. The panel discussion will nurture aspiring young Malaysian filmmakers by helping them better understand the works of the film industry.
The mentors at the workshop include Nandita Solomon, Malaysia’s most prominent film producer and a veteran BMW Shorties judge; Aditya Assarat and Lee Chatametikool from Thailand, a film director and producer and award-winning editor respectively; as well as Carlo Mendoza and Warren Santiago from the Philippines, a multi-award winning cinematographer and a sound editor and re-recording mixer respectively. Topics of discussion include;
- Making Your First Film & What’s Next
- Things You Don’t Talk About in Filmmaking
- Filmmaking Between South East Asian Countries
“For the Love of Filmmaking” is open to public and free of charge with limited seats. Aspiring filmmakers are invited to apply for this workshop now via email at email@example.com by 9 June 2015, 6pm. In the subject line, please state “RSVP to FTLOF 2.0” and include the following information: Full Name, Mobile No., and Company/University.
The workshop will also highlight a collection of South East Asian shorts from the mentors. Details of the workshop are:
Date: Thursday, 11th June 2015
Time: 3:00PM – 9:00PM
Venue:Content Malaysia Pitching Centre, Unit G09 & G10, Platinum Sentral, Jalan Stesen Sentral 50470, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
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