Monday, December 12, 2011
Produced by Intuitive Films for the Tax Academy of Singapore.
An excerpt from the corporate video produced for the Tax Academy of Singapore, a not-for-profit institution set up by the Inland Revenue Authority of Singapore (IRAS) to train tax professionals locally and regionally. The video showcases the pivotal role the Academy plays in tax education and how it is a constantly evolving organization with a comprehensive variety of programmes available.
Tuesday, August 16, 2011
Produced by Intuitive Films for the Singapore National Olympic Council (SNOC)/Singapore Sports Council (SSC).
A rousing opening video produced for the Singapore Sports Awards (SSA) 2011, which is an annual celebration of the outstanding achievements by sportsmen and sportswomen representing Team Singapore in the local, regional and international sporting arenas.
Using dramatic music, dynamic typography and captivating light effects in a tightly-paced edit of still photography, the opening video captures the audience's attention like a blockbuster movie trailer and sets the tone for the night of celebration.
Monday, August 1, 2011
Produced by Intuitive Films for the Alice Lee Centre for Nursing Studies (ALCNS), National University of Singapore (NUS).
An excerpt from the warm and personal piece that showcases the many possibilities of the ALCNS Nursing programme and invites interested students to take up the exciting career options available to them via this degree pathway. The video also seeks to broaden viewers' perceptions towards the profession by presenting the various fields a graduate could enter, which include research and academia.
Wednesday, January 19, 2011
Produced by Intuitive Films for Toy Factory Productions.
Director: Dany Leong
Cinematographer: Ong Boon Kok
Editor: Kai Cheong
A promotional trailer/TVC for the fun and fabulous musical extravaganza based on the hit movie by Royston Tan. Catch the Papaya Sisters and a host of colorful characters in this magical story about the distinctively-Singaporean universe of Getai.