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Online entertainment platform Viddsee today premiered its second season of Viddsee Voices social documentary series with ‘In Between’, a five-episode series that explores the spaces we live in through the lens of culture, history and personal experiences. It is part of ...
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It’s time to submit your short films and stand to win $10,000, camera equipment and a learning trip to Los Angeles!  Organised by Viddsee, the Viddsee Juree Awards is an annual competition, celebrating the best short films from Singapore, Indonesia and the ...
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Average Guys With the advent of Netflix, more and more filmmakers around the world are jumping onto the long-form episodic bandwagon. Our local filmmakers are no different. From Viddsee to Toggle to branded web series to the independently produced Youtube web series, there ...
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Film still from The Drum Ler Jiyuan is a Singaporean TV and film director.  He has directed telemovies such as Gone Case and Love Machine as well as TV series such as The Pupil, Code of Law, and Zero Calling.  The Drum was a commissioned ...
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Singaporean filmmaker JD Chua is a big fan of genre cinema. A graduate of Chapman University, Chua wrote for the television crime series ‘Kes 253’.  He then uprooted himself to Hollywood to intern under Michael Mann as well as horror powerhouse Blumehouse Productions, ...
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Image credit: Viddsee The Viddsee Juree Awards is an initiative celebrating the entertainment industry’s picks of Asian short films from all genres: fiction, documentary and animation. This marks the first Viddsee Juree Singapore awards, following the Viddsee Juree Awards in Indonesia (2016) ...
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Screengrab from Viddsee.com Local online video channel Viddsee officially launched a new Singapore Film Channel yesterday to promote local works from home-grown filmmakers. The announcement was made at the opening of the Singapore Media Festival.  For its inauguration, up to 30 short films ...

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