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27th SGIFF: SG Originals | Elevating Your Story Through Sound Design

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ELEVATING YOUR STORY THROUGH SOUND DESIGN

CO-ORGANISED WITH MOCHA CHAI LABORATORIES

27 NOV 2016, SUN / 1.00PM / 60MIN


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Independent film in Singapore is making waves once again. After Anthony Chen’s Ilo Ilo, the recent successes of Boo Junfeng’s Apprentice and K Rajagopal’s A Yellow Bird, both which travelled to Cannes and garnered rave reviews, are testaments to this. Often overlooked but never unnoticed is the sound design in these films, which heightens emotions and enhances the mood of the film, through a delicate art of playing with levels and knowing what to bring forward and what to leave in the background. We talk to sound designers about the challenges faced during the different stages of post-production in sound – from thoughts during production, to the dialogue editing and sound mixing stages, the dos and don’ts, and share experiences with some talented sound and media professionals.


ABOUT THE SPEAKERS

Lim Ting Li is a sound designer, re-recording mixer and foley artist. She has worked on several award-winning films including Boo Junfeng's Apprentice, which premiered at the Cannes Film Festival’s Un Certain Regard in May 2016. Lim has won many awards herself, such as the Best Soundtrack award at the 1st Singapore Short Film Awards (2009), the Best Sound Designer award at the Underwire Festival (2013) and the Verna Fields Award in Sound Editing at the MPSE Golden Reel Awards (2014).

Joe Ng has found a niche as one of Singapore’s foremost film and television music composer. Ng has scored all of director Kelvin Tong’s films, including Eating Air (1999), The Maid (2005) and It's A Great Great World (2011). He has also worked on arthouse films like Gone Shopping (2007) and Sex.Violence.FamilyValues (2012), as well as action-thrillers like Battle Of The Damned (2013), and Bait (2012), which went on to become the biggest box office international film in China when it was released.

Teo Wei Yong is a media composer and sound designer. Aside from local art films, he also scored 
two National Geographic feature documentaries, which took Silver and Bronze awards at the 
New York Festival’s Film & Television Awards. He has recorded ADR and sound effects for Anthony Chen’s 
Ilo Ilo, which won the Camera D’or at the Cannes Film Festival and Best Feature Film at 
Taipei’s Golden Horse Awards. 

Recently, he composed the score for his first primetime drama television series, Verdict, on MediaCorp’s 
Channel 5.

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ABOUT MOCHA CHAI LABORATORIES

Mocha Chai Laboratories is Singapore’s first digital film lab that offers a full range of digital cinema services for filmmakers, exhibitors, distributors and producers, locally and internationally. The lab has handled local and international projects, such as The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1, A Walk Among the Tombstones, Jobs, Ah Boys to Men I & II, and is currently serving cinemas for Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Philippines and other parts of Asia.

http://mochachailab.com/


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Sun Nov 27, 2016
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM SGT
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*SCAPE Gallery (Level 5), 2 Orchard Link, Singapore 237978 Singapore
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Singapore International Film Festival
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