Television

A Merdeka Story - Compilation by Vincent Tan

A Merdeka Story: The Soldier

A young man on the verge of his NS enlistment is regaled by tales of courage and duty by his Merdeka Generation grandfather, who served in one of the earliest batches of National Service.

A Merdeka Story: The Mother

A Merdeka Generation mother’s struggles to provide for her three children by selling home-made kueh, and unknowingly leaves a lasting influence on her young daughter.

A Merdeka Story: The Factory Girl

A young girl in the 1970s is asked to leave school early and join the workforce, in order to help provide for her family. Just when she thinks her dreams are dashed, new opportunities present themselves.

A Merdeka Story: The Kampong

A young man receives a helping hand from the kampong when his budding relationship with his girlfriend is put to the test by her father.

SERVICES RENDERED:

Casting
Talent management

DATE:

January 2019

CLIENT:

Ministry of Communication & Information (MCI)

PRODUCTIONS:

MM2 Entertainment

The Mother - Akanga Film Asia

DIRECTORS:

The Soldier - Martin Hong

The Mother - Ang Geck Geck

The Factory Girl - Wee Li Lin

The Kampong - Don Aravind

Qiren Organisation "Rising Above" by Philothea Liau

Rising Above is a docu-drama based on the true events of 4 insurance agents – energetic Jun Yong, sincere Beverley, responsible Cheryl and kind-hearted Steve – in Qiren Organisation. It follows their journey of overcoming challenges, striking a work-life balance, and how they grow as unique individuals during their time in the company. While preparing for a big company event, the agents develop strong friendships with one another and forge deep bonds with their clients.

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Ministry of Communications and Information Singapore "Together Apart: B.M.T." by Philothea Liau

Find the common threads that bind us.

“Together Apart” is a new anthology of three short films directed by K. Rajagopal, Sanif Olek and Kelvin Tong. Presented by the Ministry of Communications and Information (MCI), the anthology explores local-foreigner relations and issues of social integration through various lenses.

The three short films were developed from winning ideas submitted by members of public to Project Lapis Sagu, a crowdsourced film initiative on cultural diversity and social integration launched in November 2016.

CLIENT:

Ministry of Communications and Information Singapore

PRODUCTIONS:

Boku Films (Singapore)

DIRECTORS:

Kelvin Tong

SERVICES RENDERED:

Casting
Talent management
(B.M.T. short film only) 

DATE:

2017

LINKS:

lapis-sagu.sg