Date & Time
10 - 11 Mar 2018
10am - 4pm
Woodlands Regional Library
900 South Woodlands Drive, #01-03
Learn how to create a three-minute book trailer based on your favourite SingLit titles! Through this workshop, participants will understand both theory and practical lessons in various aspects of videography, such as camera angles, storyboarding, scripting, filming and editing.
The workshop will run for six hours per session over two sessions, conducted by Master Trainer Sujimy Mohamad, and his team from ScreenBox. Participants are highly encouraged to attend both sessions. Participants should bring their own SingLit books to the session.
On the first day, participants will be introduced to basic filming techniques and their theoretical framework. During the second half of the day, they will have hands on activity in which they will execute filming on their own and learn how to video edit.
The second day will follow a similar structure. Participants will be exposed to more advanced filming and editing techniques to enhance their video production skills. They can also get advice and feedback on how to improve their videos through consultations with Mr Sujimy.
Participants are highly encouraged to attend both sessions.
Click here to register.
About the Organiser
As a one-stop integrated pre-production, production and post-production house, ScreenBox is rapidly establishing a reputation for its cutting-edge video artistry and its unorthodox, unconventional TV programming not just for local broadcasters, but increasingly also for Asia Pacific and international broadcasting stations.
ScreenBox has a vibrant team and a slate of award-winning productions that include documentaries and lifestyle programmes, some of which have secured distribution in the US, Asia and Europe.
Attesting to its high calibre TV productions, ScreenBox team won 5 local awards for Best Documentary category.
In December 2015, together with Channel News Asia, ScreenBox led a team of 47 street artists to break Guinness World Records for longest Anamorphic Pavement Art. ScreenBox conceptualized and executed this brave feat in a documentary called The Story of Our City.