Filmmaking for Social Change: A Seminar with Jasmine Ng
What does it take to make a
good documentary? Local filmmaker Jasmine Ng shares with us the different
documentary formulae and the directorial process of research, ethics and
In collaboration with local visual arts centre Objectifs, Perspectives Film Festival 2014 will feature Jasmine Ng, one of the few female filmmaking veterans in Singapore. In this seminar, participants will hear Jasmine’s experiences working on her own documentaries like Pink Paddlers and Both Sides, Now and find out how film can be used as a medium to initiate change in society.
Lunch will be provided after the session.
About Jasmine Ng
Jasmine Ng is a filmmaker who has in-depth experiences as a director and producer. She has directed both short and feature-length films which have gone on to receive awards at international film festival. With Discovery Channel, she has produced highly-rated original content such as Lonely Planet Six Degrees, and the Afterlife documentary anthology.
About Objectifs Centre for Photography and Film (www.objectifs.com.sg)
Established in 2003, Objectifs is a visual arts centre dedicated to promoting photography and filmmaking. The centre provides instruction in photography and filmmaking at different skill levels. Our instructors are all full-time practising photographers and fillmmakers – passionate about their craft and keen to inspire students. We regularly hold photography exhibitions, film screenings and talks to create awareness among our students and other visual arts enthusiasts.
Perspectives Film Festival Events
12 Oct: New Ways of Seeing: A Talk with Bob Lee
18 Oct: Behind the Scenes of Salaam Bombay!
19 Oct: Filmmaking for Social Change: A Seminar with Jasmine Ng
*Concession tickets are available for students, senior citizens, NSFs and Singapore Film Society members. Concession ticket holders will be required to produce identification at the door.
10:00 AM - 1:00 PM SGT
Standard SOLD OUT $15.00 Concession* SOLD OUT $10.00
- Venue Address
- 93 Stamford Road, Singapore 178897 Singapore
5 min walk from Dhoby Ghaut MRT or Bras Basah MRT