Boo Junfeng has written and directed 2 feature films and several award-winning short films. His debut film, Sandcastle (2010) was the first Singapore film invited to Cannes Critics’ Week, while Apprentice  premiered at Cannes UnCertain Regard.
Apprentice has shown at more than 80 festivals arounf the world and was Singapore’s 2016 official entry for the Academy Awards Best Foreign Language Film category. Boo was conferred the Young Artist Award in 2009 and the Singapore Youth Award in 2011.
Han Min Li
Han Min Li is an entrepreneur, cultural observer and independent researcher. In 2007, she founded Filmgarde Cineplexes, an independent cinema chain in Singapore.
Han is a supporter of the Singapore arts scene and an advocate of cross-cultural exchange, and actively participates in various arts and cultural forujms, conferences and initiatives aroudn the region. Currently, she is pursuing a Ph.D. in Cultural Studies in Asia at the National University of Singapore.
Winifred moves between the private, public and people sectors seamlessly. She formerly headed the Centre for Non-Profit Leadership to advocate for planned leadership and to nuture leadership capbility for the non-profit sector.
She was also AWARE President from 2012 – 2016. She started her career in Learning, Organization Development and Human Resources, and held executive roles in public-listed companies across diverse industries.
She has served on ecumenical juries for film festivals in Hong Kong, Iran, Bangladesh and Berlin, and founded the community-led Cana Film Festival, Singapore.
Executive Creative Director, Mediacorp
Alan has been in the advertising industry for almost 30-years, a career that has spanned New York, London and Singapore. He is currently an Executive Creative Director at Mediacorp, where he heads the media company’s Idea Factory and Creative Services departments.
Alan is also active in Singapore’s civil society. He is currently part of the steering committee of Pink Dot, Singapore’s defacto annual LGBTQ pride event.
Resident Playwright, The Necessary Stage
Haresh Sharma has written more than 100 plays, some of which have been adapted into feature films and telemovies, such as Fudamentally Happy and Off Centre, which is currently a Literature text for ‘N’ and ‘O’ Levels.
Haresh is the first non-American to be awarded the prestigious Goldberg Master Playwright by New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts in 2011.
In 2014, he was conferred the Southeast Asian Writers (S.E.A. Write) Award (Singapore), which recognises and honours literary excellence in the ASEAN region. He was awarded the Cultural Medallin in 2015.
PR & Marketing Committee
Boo Junfeng, Chair
Programmes & Services Committee
Haresh Sharma, Chair
Jean Low, Chair
Loh Ji Kin
Fundraising & Sponsorship Committee
Alan Seah, Chair
Human Resources Committee
Winifred Loh, Chair