Tan Wei Ting
Tan Wei Ting was first trained in storytelling in theatre as part of ARTivate, the youth wind of a local mandarin theatre company. She later enrolled in NTU to study digital filmmaking. Her directorial debut “CA$H” (Director, Writer & Editor) was selected for International Competition at the 41st Clermont-Ferrand International Short Film Festival in France, the largest international film festival dedicated to short films. The film also won Best Directing in the Open Category at the National Youth Film Awards 2018, and travelled to 33 festivals in different parts of the world, including Ireland, Italy, Croatia, France, California, Toronto, Korea, Japan, Taiwan, Hong Kong, India, Malaysia, Indonesia, Philippines etc. Having formally begun her journey as a writer-editor, Wei Ting loves every phase of the filmmaking process. Other stuff she’s done include “One Hour to Daylight” (Head Writer), an adaptation of four local literary texts into a feature-length screenplay under the Singapore’s Writer’s Festival 2016; web series “Drive” (Editor), which was selected for Series Mania International Festival 2019, one of the biggest international festival dedicated to series; “Still is Time” (Editor), selected for competition at the 37th Uppsala International Short Film Festival in Sweden; “My Father After Dinner” (Editor), which won Best Singapore Short Film at the 26th Singapore International Film Festival’s Silver Screen Awards; “VOTE” (Writer) which won her Best Screenplay at the 3rd cINE65 short film competition; “Passenger” (Writer & Editor) which won the Best Jury Award and “The Longest Distance Relationship” (Producer), which won Best Documentary at the 6th Singapore Short Film Award. She’s also worked with City of Good several times over the years, including “Still Standing” (Co-Directed with Kirsten Tan), a short dedicated to the Singapore Heritage Society, and “Under the Same Pink Sky” (Editor), a film dedicated to the Breast Cancer Foundation. Wei Ting cares about telling honest stories.
Cheng Lijie is a sound designer, production sound mixer and occasional producer based in sunny Singapore. A fellow of Busan’s Asian Film Academy (2018), Lijie’s works have travelled internationally to festivals such as Palm Springs International ShortFest, Busan International Film Festival, Xining First International Film Festival, BFI London and many more.. He won “Best Sound Design” for his work on the documentary “Trespass: Stories from Singapore’s Thieves Market” in the National Youth Film Awards in 2019 and most recently mixed Quen Wong's “Some Women” which went on to win the Audience Choice Award in SGIFF 2021.
A graduate of Hwachong’s bicultural studies program Lijie is particularly interested in traditional Chinese thought and culture. Aside from film, he deeply enjoys reading and having tea with friends. Feel free to jio him out whenever you are up for a chat!
Lim Teck Siang
Lim Teck Siang has an MFA in Cinematography from the American Film Institute, supported by the Singapore Info-Comm Media Development Authority's Media Education Scholarship. Teck’s narrative works have screened and won multiple awards at festivals including: Singapore International Film Festival, Taipei Film Festival, International Critics’ Week @ Cannes, Pan African Film Festival, AFI Fest, Camerimage, Busan International Film Festival, San Francisco International Film Festival, Taipei Golden Horse Film Festival and more.
Growing up in Singapore's multiracial and multicultural environment has shaped Teck's interest in collaborating across cultures, and he has worked on cross-border projects across Asia, including South Korea, Malaysia, Philippines and Los Angeles. His approach to narrative cinematography is grounded in storytelling craft, while seeking a balance between poetry, emotion and technical precision.
Wee Li Lin
Wee Li Lin is one of the pioneer female filmmakers in Singapore. Her films have a signature humour, warmth, and whimsy to them. Li Lin has made numerous short films, two feature films, as well as several telemovies and commercials. She has won several awards locally and internationally, such as "Best Director" at the Singapore International Film Festival. In 2018, Li Lin was commissioned to direct Singapore’s National Day music video "We are Singapore". It was such a hit that it became the highest trending video on YouTube in Singapore that year.Li Lin's films have screened at prestigious festivals around the world, such as the Tribeca Film Festival in New York, Short Shorts in Tokyo, the Udine Far East Film Festival in Italy, the Shanghai International Film Festival, the Hawaii International Film Festival, and many others. Li Lin did her undergrad at Brown University and her graduate studies at NYU-Tisch Asia where she studied dramatic writing under an IMDA scholarship. She also teaches film-related studies at various tertiary institutions around Singapore on a part-time basis. Li Lin enjoys photography, audio books, and going to the cinema whenever she can.