This New Year’s Day, Marina Bay Sands has been chosen as the venue to the largest BASE jumping attempt in Singapore. Seven professional BASE jumpers, participated in this adrenaline pumping display to welcome the New Year.
Behind the Scenes: vimeo.com/snowdrum/mbsbbts
Jumpers / POV shots:
Marta Empinotti, James Pouchert, Amanda Vicharelli,
Anne Helliwell, Tim Mattson, Brendon Cork and Jeb Corliss.
Directed & edited by Snow R. Shai
Director of Photography: Yaron Weinstein
Key Grip: Rahim
Grip assist: Syah
Music: '3 Towers' by PowderTree
Photographers: John Heng, Brad.
Production Coordinator: Stephen Mueller.
Produced by Omer Mei-Dan, ExtremeGate.com
Thanks to Singapore and the Marina Bay Sands.
© Extreme Gate Productions / Snowdrum Audio Visual 2012.
"You just need your surroundings and you can evolve"- Mark Ong aka SBTG, takes viewers through his creative process and roots growing up in the perceived restrictions of Singapore. Finding inspiration in the simplest of forms, SBTG creates the "138" shoe collaboration with FICE Boutique in Salt Lake City, Utah and explains how the Misfits inspiration guided the collaboration. On the surface the film purposes to expose the cerebral world of SBTG and an emerging sub-culture in Singapore, but the film becomes deeply personal as SBTG reveals how his experiences have affected his work and current mindset.
The collaboration shoes are available at ficegallery.com
Directed by: Skylar Nielsen
Executive Producer: Corey Bullough
Produced by: FICE & VitaBrevisFilms
Cinematography / DOP: Ian Rigby
Title design: Michael C. Hall
Music: Clint Mansell, Fever Ray, The Misfits, This will destroy you, John Murphy
Adapted from Six Billion Secrets - sixbillionsecrets.com
Two different people with problem facing society. All they can do is confide to themselves and keep their problems as a secret.
A Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts, Singapore, Graduating Film.
Cast : Angelline Chung & Faiz Muhd
Supporting Cast : Callum A. Smith & Fartika Jaafar
Sponsored by : Film Equipment Gallery
El - sheikh Restaurant
Supported by : Six Billion Secrets
Singapore Malay Film Society
TIONG BAHRU is the 10th in the acclaimed CIVIC LIFE series of films by Joe Lawlor and Christine Molloy. For more information, go to civiclifetiongbahru.com
In January 2009, when UK-based filmmakers Joe Lawlor and Christine Molloy walked into the Tiong Bahru estate in Singapore for the first time, they were immediately struck by the uniqueness of the architecture and design of the estate and hawker centre and knew they had found a great location for a Civic Life film. Thus began a process which would result, 18 months later, in the short film TIONG BAHRU. Featuring a cast of over 150 local volunteers, TIONG BAHRU tells the story of 3 Tiong Bahru residents over the course of a single day, as they reflect on who they are, who they want to be and the meaning of home, family and community.
TIONG BAHRU had its world premiere at the National Museum of Singapore in October 2010, before playing at the Encounters Short Film Festival in Bristol in November. It then was screened around the UK as part of a programme of the CIVIC LIFE films and was screened at the Rotterdam, Dublin and Sydney film festivals, as well as at Indielisboa in Portugal, the ACMI in Melbourne, Regiofun in Poland, and most recently, at the Pompidou Centre in Paris as part of Les Rencontres Internationles.
TIONG BAHRU is the 10th in the acclaimed CIVIC LIFE series, a unique and richly cinematic series of films made in negotiation with local residents and community groups. At the centre of the work is the relationship these communities have to the environments in which they live and work. All the CIVIC LIFE films were shot on 35mm cinemascope and make extensive use of the long take.
TIONG BAHRU (2010, 20 mins, 35 mm)
Written and Directed by Christine Molloy and Joe Lawlor
Produced by Joe Lawlor and Dan Prichard
Co-Produced by Fran Borgia and Tang Fong Cheng
Director of Photography: Daniel Low
Music by Kavin Hoo
Exotic fresh seafood, prime cuts of meat, fruits, vegetables and then after shopping... perhaps some curried mutton or fish masala with pulled tea at the hawker center. It's the Tekka Market, Little India in Singapore.
Here's a preview trailer from the footage I shot there for a short film.
Special thanks to my Singapore friend Rosalita Selamat for assisting on this shoot.
More info on my blog: macomberproductions.com