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James Khoo

James Khoo is a graduate from The Puttnam School of Film, LASALLE College of The Arts. Having majored in Directing and minored in screenwriting, James’ experience in the school has given him a valuable understanding of his craft. The thesis film, which he wrote and directed in his final year of studies, ‘Hentak Kaki’, won the best ‘Singapore Short Film’ award at the 24th Singapore International Film Festival. James has also interned at one of the top regional post-production houses, Black Magic Design. Besides this, James has also had experience in the broadcast industry, having worked on productions commissioned by Channel News Asia. He strives to constantly improve himself in his craft and hopes to use such ability to give back to society and the community wherever possible.

Alicia Lim

Having obtained a First Class Honours Bachelor’s Degree in Film at LASALLE College of the Arts and also receiving a nomination for the prestigous McNally Award, Alicia Lim has proven her outstanding ability in her studies and craft, yet her accolades stretch far beyond the boundaries of school. She is also an award-winning filmmaker having worked as an editor on ‘Glances’ a Dramatic Short which clinched the Kent Film Festival’s Best Foreign Film award in the UK. Besides this, she has also worked on ‘Blue Tide’ and ‘Hentak Kaki’ which had won Best Cinematography and Best Film respectively, in the Short Film category at the 24th Singapore International Film Festival. Alicia is also currently writing programs for the National Geographic Channel and the Asia Food Network. Beyond this however, Alicia also strives to use her craft in service of social causes.