A passionate filmmaker, photographer, storyboard artist, and illustrator, Junyuan Loo shows his enthusiasm in visual arts in his involvement of animation previsualization, film on-set production, and audio post-production. He aims to produce works that are able to have his cinephile father entertained, keep his mother who will fall asleep in front of any video contents, awake, and make anyone who loves him, proud.
Area(s) of Focus
Art Direction, Cartooning, Drawing, Film, Illustration, Sound Design
Final Year Project(s)
In the years following their sister’s suicide, two siblings struggle to rediscover the music in their lives.
After two years studying abroad, Marie returns home for the holidays, but dreads the days leading up to Christmas—the anniversary of her sister’s death. Marie’s unwillingness in joining the family’s annual gathering deepens tension between her parents, while Isaac, her brother, tries to be her voice of reason.
As 6 year old Ting and her family moves from their Kampung to a HDB apartment, Ting defies all odds to keep her pet chicken.
The story takes place in the 1980s, following Ting, a 6-year old girl living in a Kampung with her parents and a beloved pet chicken named Mao Mao. It is the family’s last day in the Kampung, they prepare to move to a newly built HDB flat. Realising that chickens are not allowed in the HDB flats, she sneaks Mao Mao along anyway.
At the new HDB apartment, Ting’s parents discover Mao Mao and threatens to cull the chicken, causing Ting to run away with Mao Mao. Cycling all the back to her Kampung home, Ting overcomes the challenges faced hoping to stay together with her chicken, only to be found by her parents.