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Viewpoint from a filmmaker – Sanif Olek1 min read

12 November 2010 < 1 min read


Viewpoint from a filmmaker – Sanif Olek1 min read

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SINdie continues with a series of responses from local filmmakers on the current regulation and/or censorship system in Singapore.

For this interview, SINdie finds out what Sanif Olek has to say.

“I want to tell my stories effectively and avoid sensationalism for the sake of being sensational. I shoot something because there is something that I want to communicate. You can’t fool the audience if your film is not sincere.”

This is an ongoing project initiated by a group of students from LASALLE. Discussions and exchange of views are encouraged between members of the public and arts practitioners on the regulatory issue of films in Singapore.

Read the full interview here >>

via SINdie

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