ShoutOUT! Submit your films to Singapore Shorts now


If your film is within 30 minutes and produced between 2017 and 2018, share your story at the inaugural edition of Singapore Shorts! #sgshorts18
Singapore Shorts is an annual showcase celebrating the best and the most promising local short films in Singapore. A critical platform for excellence and diverse thought in moving images, the selection will be overseen by a panel of respected professionals across Singapore's film industry.

Alongside screenings of the selected cinematic works, the programme will also feature post-screening discussions with the filmmakers, dedicated reviews from critics and a special section of older titles from the Asian Film Archive's collection.

Date: 13 - 15 July 2018
Venue: Gallery Theatre, National Museum of Singapore

Conditions

Films must be made by Singaporeans or PRs. If films are made by non-Singaporeans, they must be exclusively shot in Singapore.

Maximum film length: 30 mins

Films must be made between 2017 and 2018

No premiere requirements

Deadline for submissions is Thursday, 31 May 2018 (no later than 11:59pm).



Selection Panel

Chew Tee Pao
Archivist, Asian Film Archive
Tee Pao has been with the Asian Film Archive (AFA) since 2009.

Leong Puiyee
Manager, Objectifs Centre for Photography and Film
Puiyee is a manager at Objectifs Centre for Photography and Film, where she is responsible for the film programmes and projects. She has managed film events such as the Singapore Short Film Awards, cINE65 Short Film Competition and the Fly By Night Video Challenge. She is also the Programme Manager (Short Films) for the 2014 to 2018 Singapore International Film Festival.

Low Zu Boon
Independent Film Programmer
He worked as a film programmer at the National Museum of Singapore Cinematheque (2011-2015) and the Singapore International Film Festival (2015-2018).

Dinesh Pasrasurum
Assistant Director, Singapore Film Commission
Dinesh is the Assistant Director at the Singapore Film Commission, a division under the Infocomm Media Development Authority, where he oversees the promotions of Singapore films and spends most of his days thinking of driving film awareness to audiences.

Sam I-shan
Curator, National Gallery Singapore
Sam I-shan is a curator at National Gallery Singapore. Previously, she was curator at the Singapore Art Museum and Esplanade Visual Arts, focusing on the moving image and photography from Southeast Asia and wider Asia.

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