Deity & Zoom Sound Workshop

Join Deity Microphones Asia and CK Music Sdn.Bhd. (Sole Authorised Distributor of Zoom in Malaysia) as they expound on the importance of sound in film as well as help filmmakers understand microphones and best practices for sound recorders in whatever circumstances they find themselves in. They will also share tips and tricks for various microphone and recording techniques on-location.

Date: 27th September, 2019
Time: 11:30 a.m.–1:30 p.m.
Venue: Tun Hamzah Hall, Level 2, Tun Fatimah Riverside Hotel
Admission: Open to the public

Undasdtitled-2.jpg

Speaker
Chen Jinfu, Regional Marketing Manager for Deity Microphones | Jinfu has been in the audio industry for 15 years. He will be sharing tricks and tips on how to improve your audio capture.

Untitled-2.jpg

Speaker
Case Woo, Brand Manager, CK Music Sdn. Bhd. | A pioneer in the electronic music scene since 1991, Case is an all-round music producer, co-founder of breakbeats trio Quadmix, a part of the DJ collective Groovebuddies, and a multi-award winning music composer and arranger.

 

Creating Dossiers for International Applications

Applying to international labs, project markets, or film funds can be a daunting task, especially for young filmmakers from Southeast Asia without prior overseas experience. Worse, they require so much paperwork! At this talk, SEAFIC Lab Manager Komtouch "Dew" Napattaloong will provide a walkthrough for each of the standard requirements of international submission, as well as tips for increasing the success rate. Also joining the talk is Thai filmmaker and SEAFIC 2018 alumni Sorayos Prapapan, who will share his own experiences with the film lab.

Date: 28th September, 2019
Time: 11:00 a.m.–1 p.m.
Venue: Tun Hamzah Hall, Level 2, Tun Fatimah Riverside Hotel
FB event page

Speaker+Dew.jpg

Speaker
In addition to his position at Southeast Asia Fiction Film Lab, Dew Napattaloong is a filmmaker and producer based in Bangkok. His 2015 short film, Motherland, premiered at the Austin Film Festival before making its way to Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival, Salento International Film Festival, and Thai Short Film and Video Festival, among others. 2019 saw him produce Nontawat Numbenchapol's documentary, Soil Without Land, which debuted at Visions du Réel Film Festival; as well as co-programme the SAC ASEAN Film Festival.