Hannah is a filmmaker who sings in the alto section, and can be found in the jungles. To her, filmmaking is so much more than telling a story, but a reflection of the society in a specific time period through the eyes of certain people, and has the power to drive a generation.
Area(s) of Focus
Final Year Project(s)
A story of two undertakers, one young and new to the job, the other old and dehumanized.
“Such Is Life” is a short film project with an initiative to diversify and expand the range of genre stories told in Singapore. Drawing inspiration from theater and satire, it is a genre bending narrative consisting of dark comedy, tragic comedy and drama that focuses on themes of life and death, young and old, authority, ethics and values.
A+Z is a short film about two best friends, Ash and Zoe, journeying back to their old school – and the past – to dig up a time capsule before it’s destroyed, only to find that they may be burying their friendship instead.
“Johnny” starts off featuring a young man named Johnny who woke up in his room, surrounded by his family members (Jennifer, Johnny and Dad). Covered in bandages and bruises, Johnny struggles to get up and appeared to be suffering from a short term amnesia. He learned from his sister, Jennifer, that he had been in a coma for days after being involved in a brutal car accident.
Even though Johnny was steadily recovering, he could only move around the house in a wheelchair. Jennifer, as a protective big sister, took special care of her brother and seldom allowed him to move around unsupervised. Confined and oppressed, Johnny started growing suspicious about the people in the household and the information he had been fed with.