The Singapore International Film Festival spotlights Naomi Kawase, one of the most respected and well-known filmmakers of contemporary Japanese cinema. The Jury Head of this year’s Asian Feature Film Competition held a masterclass as part of the festival, and here’s five things to know about this auteur.
The good old times of retro games and its bulky accompaniments are a thing of the past as we enter the age of immersive gameplay with Virtual Reality (VR). We speak with three captains of some of the most well-known names in the gaming industry for their insights into the ever-changing face of gaming.
Aditya Thayi, one of Asia’s leading creative thinkers, is a writer, director and producer who has received 20 nominations and five wins at the Asian Television Awards, including two awards for Best Direction. We had a quick chat with him to find out his inspirations, what drives his creative processes and his advice to budding filmmakers.
Nearly three decades after it was founded in 1987, the Singapore International Film Festival has grown to be a highly regarded one amongst the film community. Beyond that, the SGIFF continues to inspire the discovery of independent cinema by providing a platform for established and aspiring filmmakers alike to showcase their films and tell the region’s story. We speak with Wahyuni Hadi – Executive Director of the SGIFF – and got her to share five things you should know!