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Looking back, moving forward – A conversation with filmmaker Tania Sng

Corporate News


26 Aug 2011

“A film is such a collaborative medium,” says Singapore-based filmmaker Tania Sng, an ASEF alumna. “It’s about people. And I love people. That’s why I work in film. I have moments where I want to be left alone and I have moments where I crave creativity with others.” ASEF met with Tania, to talk about what she has been up to and what her plans are for the future.

In 2005, Tania travelled to Europe with 10 other female filmmakers from Asia, to connect with their European counterparts and other industry professionals. They started off at the 27th Créteil International Women’s Film Festival in France. This was organised in partnership with ASEF featuring some of their films followed by roundtables and meetings in Paris and Berlin. This trip to Europe made Tania even more excited about collaborating with people from other cultural backgrounds.

Since 2005, she has worked on various interesting projects, including the film-omnibus Lucky 7, that was screened at the International Film Festival Rotterdam in 2008. She also curated three photo exhibitions for Theatre Works in Singapore. But ever the intrepid explorer of sense and sensibility, she is still looking for new situations where she can do something she has not done before.

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