NYFA 2017 Panel Discussion - BEYOND ANIMATION: How can a Graduate Stay Competitive
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Our panelists will discuss the opportunities for an Animation graduate to go beyond just his/her field and how to stay competitive in this fast moving industry.
This session is part of the National Youth Film Awards 2017.
Carlene Tan, Omens Studio
Carlene is currently with Omens Studios as their Business Development Director, producing and developing animated TV series for children. She was formerly the Studio Head with One Animation where she produced the award-winning children’s animated TV series, Oddbods and Insectibles. Prior to that, with the founder of Dreamworks Animation, she managed the Singapore arm of Cloudpic Global and produced various digital projects for mobile apps launched across Asia. She was also one of the founding members of Singapore’s first animation studio, Peach Blossom Media where she started her animation career. Coupled with half a decade of nurturing media start-ups in the Singapore government, Carlene puts her strategic business experience with her love of storytelling to connect with audiences and bring products to life. A fervent consumer of all kinds of stories, Carlene also loves getting a little bored and coming up new smoothie recipes in her free time.
Ronald Fong, NYFA Alumni
Ronald is the co-founder of Masonry Studios, which specialises in 3D animation and motion design. He has experience in both the entertainment and advertising industry working on storyboarding and 3D animation production. He believes that a well-crafted story is the key piece in making films work as he consciously aims to make his projects meaningful and relatable. He assumes the role of a complete geek when faced with technical challenges encountered within the 3D animation creative process and welcomes all geek conversations, both deep and casual.
NYFA 2017 WEEKEND (30 June and 1 July) seeks to bring outreach and awareness of the film and media industry in Singapore to a new scale with a series of talks, workshops and screenings of previous NYFA-winning films.
As part of SHINE Festival 2017, the event hopes to encourage more youths to engage in various aspects of film-making, as well as to inspire through enriching media touch points by our industry partners. These activities also aim to reverse the common understanding of Singapore’s film and media industry through creative activities that are interactive and niche. For other NYFA talks and workshops, please visit:
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