Mentor

Kirsten Tan

A versatile filmmaker with a penchant for bold visual storytelling, Kirsten Tan's works are known for their humanity and off-beat humor. She has collected over 15 international awards and completed her debut feature Pop Aye in 2017. In 2015, Pop Aye was invited by the Cannes Film Festival as one of 15 projects presented under L'Atelier. Pop Aye made its World Premiere in competition at Sundance Film Festival 2017 and went on to receive a Special Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival.

Mentor of

  • With 'Aside', we hope to bring meaningful, lasting awareness regarding the issues faced by minorities, and make audiences empathise with their worries and fears.

  • With 'Blue in D-Flat Major', we wanted to bring to focus the simple but impactful moments in our lives, such as the passing away of our dog, against the backdrop of an interesting future.

Short Films