Panel - 报告学务长:新马学员的 金马经验 10 YEARS OF GOLDEN HORSE FILM ACADEMY | Singapore Chinese Film Festival 2019
地点: 新加坡艺术之家 The Screening Room
主讲: 廖庆松, 曾威量, 姚志卫, 廖克发
Venue: The Arts House, The Screening Room
Moderator: Eva Tang
Speakers: Liao Ching-Song, Chiang Wei Liang, Jow Zhi Wei, Lau Kek Huat
2018年，由侯孝贤导演担任校长、剪接 大师廖庆松为学务长的“金马电影学院” 庆祝成立十周年。十年来金马学院每年招 收10至12位来自华语地区、曾完成两部短 片以上、具创作潜力的年轻编剧、导演及 摄影师，集结在台湾，以一个月的时间相 互激发创意、分享彼此经验与交流学习， 最后以集体创作方式拍摄一至两部短片， 并在台北金马影展放映。 新加坡和马来西亚过去十年有不少年轻电 影人因此得以到台北和第一流的华语电 影人学习机会。迄今为止，曾参与“金马 电影学院”的重要新马电影人包括邓宝翠 (第二届，新加坡)、陈哲艺(第四届， 新加坡)、廖克发(第五届，马来西亚) 以及陈胜吉(第七届，马来西亚)等。 第七届新加坡华语电影节邀请“金马电影 学院”学务长廖庆松先生与新加坡毕业学 员姚志卫(第二届)、曾威量(第六届) 和马来西亚学员廖克发(第五届)齐聚狮 城，在邓宝翠穿针引线下畅谈新马学员 的“金马电影学院”经验。
World-renowned filmmaker Hou Hsiao-Hsien together and award-winning editor Liao Ching-Sung co-founded the Golden Horse Film Academy as one of the four main programme segments of the annual Golden Horse Film Festival in 2009. Director Hou has remained the Film Academy’s Dean, with Liao serving as Chief Administrator for past 10 years: 10 to 12 emerging scriptwriters, directors and cinematographers are invited annually to take part in this prestigious film mentorship and development programme in Taiwan every year. During this time, the budding film talents team-up to learn from one another and to collaboratively produce two short films which are finished in time for screening at the Golden Horse Film Festival.
Many Singaporean and Malaysian filmmakers have participated and benefitted from this programme professionally, including Sun Koh (pioneer batch in 2009), Eva Tang (2010), and Anthony Chen (2012) who subsequently won Best Picture at the 50th Golden Horse Awards with his debut feature Ilo Ilo in 2013. Tan Seng Kiat from Malaysia participated in 2013 and went on to make Shuttle Life (2017), which was also a project winner at the Golden Horse Promotion Plan and received multiple nominations at the 54th Golden Horse Awards.
To celebrate the 10th Anniversary of the Golden Horse Film Academy, and acknowledge the huge influence it has on our Singaporean and Malaysian filmmakers, we have invited Liao Ching-Song and selected alumni Jow Zhiwei (2010), Lau Kek Huat (2013) and Chiang Wei Liang (2014) to share their experiences, with Eva Tang as the panel’s moderator.
Singapore Chinese Film Festival is co-founded and organised by the Singapore Film Society and Singapore University of Social Sciences, and is held annually since 2013. The main objective of the festival is to promote the appreciation of quality Chinese Cinema here in Singapore. Through panel discussions and dialogue, the festival aims to foster deeper interaction between Singapore filmmaking talents and filmmakers from China, Hong Kong, Taiwan and Malaysia.
It is currently the second largest film festival held in Singapore in terms of number of films screened and audience attendance, with yearly growth in attendance since its inauguration in 2013.
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- The event description was updated. Diff#429955 2019-04-26 10:21:08