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  • 13 Little Pictures Film Lab

    The 13 Little Pictures Film Lab which will take place from 19-23 September 2011, is open for application.

    A platform for fellow filmmakers to meet and collaborate with one another, the film lab is intended for a diverse group of aspiring directors, producers, cinematographers, scriptwriters, art directors, editors, sound engineers, music composers and actors.

    20 participants will be selected to work with 13 Little Pictures filmmakers Daniel Hui, Elizabeth Wijaya, Lai Weijie, Lei Yuan Bin, Liao Jiekai, Sherman Ong, Tan Bee Thiam, Wesley Leon Aroozoo and Yeo Siew Hua.

    The film lab will consist of hands-on learning workshops, film production exercises, screenings and small group sharing in the creative process of film-making. Work in progress will be presented at the Singapore International Film Festival.

    The 5-day intensive film lab starts from 1.30 to 7.30pm everyday at the The Puttnam School of Film, LASALLE College of The Arts. Participants must be able to commit to the full duration of the lab.

    Participation in the film lab is free of charge. Camera equipment and editing facilities will also be provided. In addition, each participant will be given a specially designed tote bag by Told on Tote.

    Application materials:

    a) application form (word doc and pdf)

    b) one-page motivation letter

    c) one-page resume

    d) creative portfolio

    Please email items (a), (b) and (c) to info@studiothirteen.org and send (d) to the address below.

    Studio Thirteen

    90 Goodman Road

    Block B, #03-10

    Goodman Arts Centre

    Singapore 439053

    Your submission is only completed when all application materials reach us.

    The deadline for application is 6th September 2011. Selection results will be announced on 9th September 2011.

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