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PRODUCERS PROGRAMME

As part of our ongoing efforts to bring together the region’s film community, this year’s Southeast Asian Producers Network has expanded its programme to include additional industry professionals and events. The three-day industry programme will bring together 25 producers and speakers, and they will address a range of pertinent topics relating to the latest developments and strategies in regard to content production in the region.

SPEAKERS

Joachim Ng

Director, Singapore Film Commission

Mary Liza Diño

Chairperson and CEO, Film Development Council of the Philippines

Aditya Assarat

Director, Purin Pictures

Xie Meng

Founder and CEO, Rediance

Maria Ruggieri

Head of Sales and Acquisitions, Asian Shadows

Daniel Hui

Filmmaker, 13 Little Pictures

Tran Thi Bich Ngoc

Producer, An Nam Productions

Shanty Harmayn

Founder and CEO, Base Entertainment

Foo Fei Ling

Producer, Ghost Grrrl Pictures

Juan Foo

Producer, Taipan Films

PARTICIPANTS

Asra Aman

Papahan Films, Singapore

Ric Aw

The Creative Room, Singapore

Jade Francis Castro

VY/AC Productions, The Philippines

Maenum Chagasik

Electric Eel Films, Thailand

Bradley Liew

Epicmedia Productions, Philippines

Lim Shu Jia

Malaysia

Nguyen Luong Hang

Vietnam

Thu Thu Shein

Myanmar

Vannaphone Sitthirath

Lao New Wave Cinema Productions, Laos

Teh Su Ching

Purple Tree Pictures, Singapore

Supatcha Thipsena

Mobile Lab Project, Thailand

Lisa Teh

Singapore

Marilyn Wong

A Really Good Film Company, Singapore

VISITING STUDENTS

Bambby Cheuk

NTU Wee Kim Wee School of Communications and Information, Singapore

Spencer Lim

LASALLE College of the Arts, Puttnam School of Film & Animation, Singapore

Producers Network Talk

Southeast Asian Stories on a Global Stage
24 Nov, Sun | 2.00pm | 90min | Oldham Theatre

As part of our ongoing efforts to bring together the region’s film community, this year’s Southeast Asian Producers Network has expanded its programme to include additional industry professionals and events. The three-day industry programme will bring together 25 producers and speakers, and they will address a range of pertinent topics relating to the latest developments and strategies in regard to content production in the region.

The panel discussion will place as part of the 30th SGIFF Offscreen programme. Full programme unveils and ticket sales start on 22 Oct, 12pm.