Boo JunFeng

Boo's debut feature film, Sandcastle, was the first Singaporean film to be invited to the Cannes Film Festival's International Critics' Week and listed by The Wall Street Journal as one of Asia's most notable films of 2010. His second feature film, Apprentice, premiered in May 2016 at Cannes Film Festival under the Un Certain Regard section in the Official Selection. Boo's works often humanises topics such as identity, memory, sexuality and human rights, using personal and intimate narratives.

Mentor of

  • In 'CA$H', we wanted to explore the oft-overlooked special friendships between ladies we endearingly call 'aunties' as well as juxtapose their jobs against the rapidly advancing technological landscape.

  • With 'Kadal' we want to call to attention the reality of climate change and how close to home the consequences can really get, and to hopefully spur our audiences into action to become more environmentally responsible.

Short Films