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SHORT FILM FORUM: HOW TO MAKE THE MOST OF FILM FESTIVALS with Fransiska Prihadi (minikino), Julian Ross (IFFR), Park Sungho (Busan)
Sun 4 Jul 2021, 6pm – 7.30pm (SGT) via Zoom
Held in conjunction with the Objectifs Short Film Incubator 2021

What do film festival programmers look out for in a short film, and how do they programme a diverse short film programme that can excite and challenge audiences? Film programmers Fransiska Prihadi (minikino), Julian Ross (IFFR), and Park Sungho (BIFF) discuss the place of short films in the current climate, the changing audience demographics for short films over the years, and how young filmmakers can challenge themselves through the short film medium.

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About the Speakers
Fransiska Prihadi is the program director of Minikino, Bali. She served as guest programmer, selection committee, jury, and curator for various international short film festivals. Besides her work in film, she is an architect, co-founder of MASH Denpasar (Art House Cinema and Mixed Dorm Artist Residency) in Bali.

Julian Ross is a film programmer at International Film Festival Rotterdam, researcher and writer based in Amsterdam. He is an Assistant Professor at Leiden University Centre for the Arts in Society (LUCAS) and mentor at Netherlands Film Academy. He was a selection committee member at Locarno Film Festival and has curated film programmes, exhibitions and performance at various international institutions. He is the film curator for the 2021 edition of Other Futures, an interdisciplinary festival in Amsterdam.

Park Sungho worked full-time for the Busan International Film Festival from 2007-13, and served as program coordinator for Asian cinema and manager for the Asian Film Academy. He has attended and worked for various film festivals as a buyer, programmer, juror and advisor. Park is currently a programmer for Cambodia International Film Festival and Busan International Film Festival, and is working to promote Cambodian and Southeast Asian cinema globally.

Jul 4, 2021 06:00 PM in Singapore

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