27 January 2012
ASEAN Movies for ASEAN Community
28 January 2012
09.00 – 10.00.
The speech focusing on the significance of films from ASEAN countries, how films could help us support and reflect the ASEAN Community which is going to be founded in 2015.
10.00 – 12.30 By 9 Attendees from Film Circle from 9 countries of ASEAN
Can Government Help?
The seminar will be composed of 9 representatives from each ASEAN countries: Thailand, Myanmar, Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia and the Philippines. Each will be given 10 minutes to provide an insight into the interesting and central aspect of contemporary national cinema from each country. The audience will receive fascinating information of current situation of each country’s film scene.
Moreover, the event will be concluded with 1-hrs Q&A. In addition, the seminar will distribute the document collecting essays summarizing of the situation of each national cinema in the last decade.
14.00 – 16.30 By Elsa Comby from CNC, Francoise da Silva, Hong-joon Kim
The seminar will explore the diversity of film support by government in different countries. With experience in different regions, each speaker will illustrate the picture of how the state could assist its filmmakers. Ms. Comby will give her opinion and compare the distinction of government support between before and after the foundation of EU, also how CNC from France helps the local filmmakers. Mr.Silva will cover the topic of the government help in Brazil, and India. And Mr. Kim will provide speech on his own experience in South Korea.
The Way Ahead
10.00 – 13.00 By Mike Ellis from MPA, Norman Abdul Halim, Terence Chang, Representative of KCC from South Korea
The seminar will provide the informative speech on 3 different topics: filmmaker support, international co-production and copyright protection. Mr.Ellis will give the detail of MPA support which aids local filmmakers to complete their projects. Mr. Halim and Mr. Chang will provide the beneficial speech based on their experience in several international co-productions and predict the possibility of co-production in the SEA region. Then, the speaker from KCC (Korea Copyright Center Inc.) will implement the session with the speech on copyright protection of films still being screened in theatre.
14.00 – 17.00 By 9 Attendees from Film Circle from 9 countries of ASEAN
This is the open session which features wrap up of 2 days seminar with 9 representatives from ASEAN countries, including other ASEAN filmmakers in audience, to have the roundtable discussion on the future of ASEAN films.
27 January 2012
Time 9:00 – 12:00 a.m.
By Khun Lek Patravadee
Number of attendants …30-60 persons………
Detail of Class : Art is Education.
Art is the basic foundation of higher education, breaking the path which leads youth and people to enhancing their skill, expanding their knowledge toward multidisciplinary manners.
DIY Digital Film Workshop
28 January 2012
9:00 – 18:00 a.m.
29 January 2012
K.Khom Kongkiert, K.Tong Banjong, K. Madeaw
Number of attendants
Detail of Workshop
: Film Theory
-How to find an inspiration for the story.
-How to write a screenplay for short film.
-How to narrate through visual language and production.
Time 9:00 – 20:00 a.m.
By K.Khom Kongkiert, K.Tong Banjong, K. Madeaw
Number of attendants …60-90 persons………
Detail of Workshop : Production + Post Production + Screening
The participants will be given the opportunities to make 5-minute short film under the theme "Magic of Hua Hin" which will be screened subsequently as part of the workshop.