短片有爱,新加坡派

总值接近$30,000的奖金等待领取!

Our Singapore Style, Your Singapore Story

A total of close to $30,000 cash prizes to be awarded!

主题概念我的新加坡派

在你眼中,什么样的风格最能代表新加坡?是建国时期坚韧不拔的意志, 经济腾飞时勇于追求梦想的热忱,又或是多种语言交替自如的沟通方式? 不论是谁,来自何方,只要生活在这片土地上,一定对她所孕育塑造的一切有不同层面的感知。何不将它拍成微电影,用镜头诠释我们熟知、略知或未知的新加坡特色?

微电影大赛是一个不分年龄、种族和国籍的创作平台。迈入第三届的赛事以“共同打造和谐社会”为核心概念,诚邀大家透过短片分享“我的新加坡派”。主办单位鼓励参赛者从不同角度出发,勾勒出具有标志性的本土精神、文化或价值观,借此展现新加坡多元特色的社会面貌。

如果你有想发挥的故事,赶紧拿起摄像机或手机呈现出来,让它成为一份珍贵的记录,同时激发国人的共鸣与归属感,创造更多更独特的“新加坡派”。

主办机构

新加坡宗乡会馆联合总会


新加坡宗乡会馆联合总会(宗乡总会)于1985年注册成立, 是我国华人宗乡会馆的最高领导机构。于2011年荣邀李显龙总理担任首位赞助人。宗乡总会主要宗旨是:加强华人宗乡会馆的密切合作,主办或资助有关教育、文化、社会等方面的活动,提高公众对华族语文、文化和传统的认识。自成立以来,总会一直肩负着带动华人社会、推展华族文化事业、发扬华族优良传统的神圣使命。宗乡总会目前有逾230个会员团体。

新加坡华族文化中心


新加坡华族文化中心旨在继承和推广传统中华文化,保留和发扬新加坡独特的本土华族文化,以及促进各族群间的相互理解。

新加坡华族文化中心于2017年5月19日由赞助人李显龙总理主持开幕。中心致力成为一个呈现优质演出、展览和文娱活动的交流站,为不同族群的国人创造一个充满活力的互动平台。此外,新移民也能通过参与中心的活动,了解本地习俗和文化。

中心希望成为各界人士了解本地华族文化的机构及享誉区域的文化地标。

《联合早报》


《联合早报》是新加坡报业控股的旗舰华文报,也是新加坡发行量最大的华文报。

《联合早报》的前身是1923年创刊的《南洋商报》和1929年创刊的《星洲日报》,这两家历史悠久的日报在1983年3月16日合并成《南洋星洲联合早报》,简称《联合早报》。《联合早报》读者总数达76万4000人。除了新加坡之外,也在中国大陆、香港特别行政区、印度尼西亚和文莱等地少量发行。

《联合早报》和提供新闻给联合早报的华文媒体集团新闻中心聘有大约230名新闻工作者。在北京、上海、广州、重庆、香港、台北和东京派驻特派员,在韩国首尔也有通讯员。

《联合早报》致力于提供实时、严谨、高质量的新闻报道和深度评析,内容包括东亚局势、财经新闻、热门话题、时尚动态等,为全球华人所关注,被公认是一份报道客观、言论公正、负责任、可信度高的报纸,对中国的发展采取积极的态度,在华人世界中享有崇高的信誉。

大赛介绍

大赛联合主席

周兆呈博士

“我的新加坡派” 微电影大赛联合主席
新加坡宗乡会馆联合总会社会事务委员会主任

方百成

“我的新加坡派” 微电影大赛联合主席
新加坡福建会馆副会长
新加坡宗乡会馆联合总会财政
春到河畔节目委员会主任
新加坡华族文化中心董事

刘思伟

“我的新加坡派” 微电影大赛联合主席
新加坡华族文化中心总裁

大赛主委会委员

符诗专副教授

“我的新加坡派” 微电影大赛委员
新加坡新跃社科大学新跃中华学术中心主任

黄子琛

“我的新加坡派” 微电影大赛委员
义安理工学院国际处助理处长兼高级讲师

周伟堂

“我的新加坡派” 微电影大赛委员
监制/制作人/导演
“堂堂映画”创立人

游桂娥

“我的新加坡派” 微电影大赛委员
高级经理,文创、教育与新兴事业群,新加坡报业
控股华文媒体集团

吴纬缌

“我的新加坡派” 微电影大赛委员
新加坡宗乡会馆联合总会社会事务委员会委员

新闻报道

新闻报道

《联合早报》与两机构合办新一届微电影比赛
主题为“新加坡派”

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常见问题

1. “我的新加坡派”微电影大赛主题是什么?

在你眼中,什么样的风格最能代表新加坡?是建国时期坚韧不拔的意志, 经济腾飞时勇于追求梦想的热忱,又或是多种语言交替自如的沟通方式? 不论是谁,来自何方,只要生活在这片土地上,一定对她所孕育塑造的一切有不同层面的感知。何不将它拍成微电影,用镜头诠释我们熟知、略知或未知的新加坡特色?

微电影大赛是一个不分年龄、种族和国籍的创作平台。迈入第三届的赛事以“共同打造和谐社会”为核心概念,诚邀大家透过短片分享“我的新加坡派”。主办单位鼓励参赛者从不同角度出发,勾勒出具有标志性的本土精神、文化或价值观,借此展现新加坡多元特色的社会面貌。

如果你有想发挥的故事,赶紧拿起摄像机或手机呈现出来,让它成为一份珍贵的记录,同时激发国人的共鸣与归属感,创造更多更独特的“新加坡派”。

2. 谁可以参赛?

比赛开放给所有国籍的参赛者,参赛者的年龄需至少13岁或以上。

3. 为什么我要在网上报名?

报名后,您能收到有关“我的新加坡派”微电影大赛的最新动态和信息,也会受邀参加主办单位在新加坡举办的微电影分享会和免费训练工作坊。

4. 请问有收报名费吗?

没有。

5. 请问主办单位会主办哪些工作坊和分享会?

主办单位将举办微电影分享会、多场免费训练工作坊。预知详情,请查看这里

6. 大赛分成几个组别?

大赛分成两个组别:

  • 公开组 — 开放给新加坡籍或居住在新加坡的人士,参赛者年龄需至少13岁或以上。
  • 学生组 — 在新加坡念书的在籍、全职或兼职学生,参赛者年龄需至少13岁或以上;学生组只开放给新加坡籍或在新加坡求学的学生。
  • 海外组 —居住海外的参赛者, 参赛者年龄需至少13岁或以上。

参赛者可选择最适合他们的参赛组别。适合参赛者的组别有可能重叠,因此由参赛者决定该报名哪个组别。若参赛作品类别不清楚,主办单位有权利移动参赛者的作品至适合的组别。

7. 大赛接受什么类型的影片?

“我的新加坡派”微电影大赛接受的影片类型不限,包括故事片、纪录片、动画等。

8. 什么时候开放提交作品?

参赛报名的时间为2018年8月7日至2018年11月15日。提交作品的时间为2018年11月16日至2019年2月1日。

9. 各组别的奖项有哪些?

请按此浏览各奖项奖品

10. 我可以同时报名超过一个参赛组别吗?

提交多少作品数量不限,参赛者可同时报名多个组别,但每份作品只能获得一份奖项。同样的,大赛委员会只会颁发一份奖项给一位参赛者或参赛团队。

11. "报名"和"提交作品"有什么差别?

您在"报名"后便可定期收到大赛的最新动态和信息,也会受邀参加主办单位在新加坡举办的微电影分享会和免费训练工作坊。提交作品是参赛的唯一途径。

12. 我该如何提交作品?

请点击此处填写参赛表格时一同提交您的参赛作品。

13. 我能亲自送交参赛作品吗?

不可以,所有作品需要上网到“我的新加坡派”微电影大赛网站提交。

14. 请问主办单位接收什么作品格式?

我们接受的作品格式为mp4 / .mov / .avi / .wmv, codec: Prores, DV PAL, H264。微电影规格需为16:9——1280x 720 或 640 X 360。请注意,作品长度必须介于30秒至10分钟之间,作品大小不可超过30MB。

15. 参赛影片的长度是否有限制?

影片电影的长度必须介于30秒至10分钟之间,作品的大小也不超过30MB

16. 在提交参赛作品时,我需要在作品中加入“我的新加坡派”微电影大赛的活动标志吗?

所有完成的参赛作品都需要在短片片尾加入“我的新加坡派”微电影大赛活动的标志。【请按此下载

17. 如果我曾经发布、曾播映过我的微电影,或者曾以此作品来参加其它比赛,是否还能提交给“我的新加坡未来”微电影大赛?

不可以,所有的参赛作品应该是原创,并从未发表过的,包括不曾发布、不曾播映、不曾以此作品参加过其他的比赛。

18. 我可以在微电影中的制作使用他人所拍摄的片段吗?

不可以,所有的参赛作品应该是原创,并从未发表过的。

19. 如何确定主办单位有收到我的参赛报名?

作品呈交成功后,您会收到确认电邮。请注意,只有获选的作品才会上载到“我的新加坡派”微电影大赛的官方网站。

20. 可以如何更改我的报名资料?

您可以电邮 microfilmsg@gmail.com 来更改或更新您的资料。另外,在评审尚未还评分前,您仍可以更改自己的参赛组别

21. 我应该把谁列为主要联络人?

对方必需能轻易透过电话或电邮取得联系,都能被列为主要联络人。

22. 评审是谁?

“我的新加坡派”微电影大赛的评审由来自电影业的不同专业人士担任,请按此浏览评审介绍

23. 评审标准是什么?

按此浏览评审标准。

24. 请问我在报名后可以退出“我的新加坡未来”微电影大赛吗?

作品呈交后,是不允许退赛。

25. 如果我的作品获奖但是我目前居住在海外,大赛组织者会承担我的机票住宿和相关费用吗?

不会。大赛组织者不会承担你的机票住宿和相关费用。获奖者须自行承担相关费用。

26. 谁将拥有我的作品权?

提交给“我的新加坡派”微电影大赛的参赛作品,将由主办单位新加坡宗乡会馆、新加坡华族文化中心和联合早报网所拥有。参赛者在报名时,就已经同意并允许主办单位能使用他们的作品、名字、肖像等。

27. 其他问题

如果您有其他问题,欢迎您电邮 jazmynhuang@sfcca.sg 或拨电至(65) 6643 6483 询问。

Theme

In your eyes, what best represents Singapore? Is it the tenacity that helped build Singapore in the post-Independence years, the passion that gave many the courage to chase their dreams when the economy took off, or how we communicate, switching between various languages with ease? Whoever you are, wherever you came from, as long as you have lived in Singapore, you are sure to have different sentiments of this sunny island, so why not turn them into a micro film to show your interpretation of a Singapore that we may all be familiar with, may know about, or even one that we may know nothing about?

The biennial Micro Film Competition is a creative platform for all, regardless of age, race and nationality. Entering into its third edition, the competition used “Building a Harmonious Society Together” as the central concept, and participants are invited to share their version of “My Singapore Style” through micro films. Participants are also encouraged to show different perspectives of the spirit, culture or values that are symbolic of Singapore's diversity.

If you have a story to share, pick up your camera or mobile phone now! Who knows, this precious record might just resonate with fellow Singaporeans, stimulate a sense of belonging, and inspire more to create their very own versions of “My Singapore Style”.

In your eyes, what best represents Singapore? Is it the tenacity that helped build Singapore in the post-Independence years, the passion that gave many the courage to chase their dreams when the economy took off, or how we communicate, switching between various languages with ease? Whoever you are, wherever you came from, as long as you have lived in Singapore, you are sure to have different sentiments of this sunny island, so why not turn them into a micro film to show your interpretation of a Singapore that we may all be familiar with, may know about, or even one that we may know nothing about?

The biennial Micro Film Competition is a creative platform for all, regardless of age, race and nationality. Entering into its third edition, the competition used “Building a Harmonious Society Together” as the central concept, and participants are invited to share their version of “My Singapore Style” through micro films. Participants are also encouraged to show different perspectives of the spirit, culture or values that are symbolic of Singapore's diversity.

If you have a story to share, pick up your camera or mobile phone now! Who knows, this precious record might just resonate with fellow Singaporeans, stimulate a sense of belonging, and inspire more to create their very own versions of “My Singapore Style”.

Organised By

Singapore Federation of Chinese Clan Associations


Established in 1985, Singapore Federation of Chinese Clan Associations (SFCCA) is the apex body of the Chinese clan associations in Singapore, with PM Lee Hsien Loong named as our first Patron in 2011. The Federation's primary objectives are to promote understanding and appreciation of Chinese language, culture and values; to lead the Chinese clan associations in Singapore, as well as, organise and support educational, cultural and community activities. The Federation now boosts a membership of over 230.

Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre


The Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre (SCCC) aims to nurture and promote Singapore Chinese culture, and to foster mutual understanding among all ethnic communities of our multicultural heritage.

Officiated by our Patron PM Lee Hsien Loong on 19 May 2017, SCCC strives to become a hub for quality performances, exhibitions and cultural activities, and a lively and interactive platform for all ethnic communities to gather and interact with one another. New immigrants can also acquaint themselves with our local Chinese traditions and customs.

The Centre aspires to be a community institution for everyone to participate in and appreciate our unique Singapore Chinese culture, and to establish itself as a cultural landmark locally as well as in the region.

Lianhe Zaobao


Lianhe Zaobao, the Chinese flagship newspaper published by Singapore Press Holdings, is the largest-circulating Chinese newspaper in Singapore. Widely recognised in Southeast Asia for its superior quality as a responsible, objective, fair and credible newspaper, it also enjoys a good reputation and considerable influence in the global Chinese communities. Its 200-strong editorial team, including correspondents based in major cities such as Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Chongqing, Hong Kong, Taipei and Tokyo, keeps Singaporeans informed of major developments in the region.

Introduction

Co-Chairman

Zhou, Zhao Cheng PhD

Co-Chairman, "My Singapore Style" Micro Film Competition
Chairman, Social Affairs Committee, Singapore Federation of Chinese Clan Associations (SFCCA)

Perng Peck Seng

Co-Chairman, "My Singapore Style" Micro Film Competition
Vice President, Singapore Hokkien Huay Kuan
Treasurer, Singapore Federation of Chinese Clan Associations (SFCCA)
Chairman, Programme and Fringe Activities, River Hongbao
Board Director Singapore Chinese Culture Centre

Low Sze Wee

Co-Chairman, "My Singapore Style" Micro Film Competition
Chief Executive Officer, Singapore Chinese Culture Centre

Organising Committee

Foo, Tee Tuan PhD

Committee, "My Singapore Style" Micro Film Competition
Director, Centre for Chinese Studies
Singapore University of Social Sciences

Tze Thim Ray

Committee, "My Singapore Style" Micro Film Competition
Assistant Director, International Office, Ngee Ann Polytechnic

Chow Wai Thong

Committee, "My Singapore Style" Micro Film Competition
Executive Producer/Director
Founder of August Pictures

Yew Guey Er Roseline

Committee, "My Singapore Style" Micro Film Competition
Senior Manager, Culture, Education and New Growth
Chinese Media Group, Singapore Press Holdings
Limited Chinese Media Group

Goh Wee Shi Tracey

Committee, "My Singapore Style" Micro Film Competition
Social Affairs Committee, Singapore Federation of Chinese Clan Associations (SFCCA)

Press

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FAQ

1. What is ‘My Singapore Style’ Micro Film Competition?

“My Singapore Style’ Micro Film Competition is jointly organised by Singapore Federation of Chinese Clan Associations, Singapore Chinese Culture Centre and Lianhe Zaobao.

Objectives: The Micro Film Competition seeks to provide a nationwide platform for film enthusiasts and aspiring filmmakers to create microfilms documenting their stories, memories and experiences relating to Singapore. Through the competition, the organisers hope to rally youth in inciting their creativity, expressing their aspirations and wishes for Singapore, and consequently forging a greater sense of belonging and national identity. Since its first edition, the Micro Film Competition received many enthusiastic responses and participation from the youth.

2. Who can participate?

The competition is open to all nationalities aged 13 and above on the date of entry.

3. Why should I register?

By registering you will receive latest updates on competition and invited to attend sharing session and free workshops.

4. Is there any entry fee?

No.

5. Is there any public workshop or seminar?

Yes, we will be organising various entry level workshops.

6. What are the competition categories?

The competition has two categories:

  • Open Category– Open to all Singaporeans and people residing in Singapore, aged 13 years old and above.
  • Student Category – aged 13 years old and above, open to both full time and part-time. Student category are open to all Singaporeans and people residing in Singapore ONLY.
  • Overseas Category – non Singapore residents, aged 13 years old and above.

There can be overlap in some of the categories and it is up to the entrant to choose which is the most appropriate. The competition’s committees reserve the right to move entries to other categories if it is clearly appropriate to do so.

7. What are the categories of film(s) accepted?

"My Singapore Style" Micro Film Competition accepts all film genres including story film, documentary film, animation etc.

8. When is the submission period?

The registration period is 7 August 2018 to 15 November 2018, entry submission will be accepted from 16 November 2018 to 1 February 2019.

9. What are the categories of awards?

Please click here to view the awards and prizes.

10. Can I enter more than one category?

Yes, entrants may enter multiple categories. But only one prize is awarded for each entry and to each individual or team.

11. What is the difference between ‘registration’ and a ‘submission’?

By registering you will receive regular updates on competition and invited to attend seminar and workshops.

12. How do I submit my micro film(s) for the competition?

Click here to fill in the submission form with all valid particulars together with your micro film.

13. Can I hand deliver my submission?

No. All submission must be done online.

14. What is the acceptable film formats?

Acceptable film formats are .mp4 / .mov / .avi / .wmv. File dimension must be 16:9 widescreen format - 1280x 720 or 640 X 360. **Please note that all entries should be between 30 seconds to ten (10) minute, and should not exceed 30MB.

Entries shall not be deemed to have been received by the Organisers unless you are able to produce proof of receipt by the Organisers.

15. Is there any minimum and maximum running time?

The entire length of micro film minimum running is 30 seconds and shall not be exceeding 10 minutes. Please note the size of micro film should not exceed 30 MB.

16. Do I need to insert ‘My Singapore Style’ Micro Film logo into my submission?

All entry must insert ‘My Singapore Style’ Micro Film logo at the end of clip (Click here to download)

17. Can I still submit if my microfilm has distributed, had aired and had entered another competition?

No. Only micro film(s) that has not been distributed, aired or entered in another competition may enter ‘My Singapore Style’ Micro Film Competition

18. Can I use third-party footage in my video?

The entry should be original and not previously published.

19. How can I be sure my entry is received?

You will receive an email after your entry is successful. Please note that ONLY selected videos will be uploaded to our official website.

20. How can I change information on my entry?

You may change or update your information by emailing us at microfilmsg@gmail.com. You may also change your competition category so long as your entry has not been reviewed by judges.

21. Who should I put down as primary contact?

Whoever is going to be the sole contact and is easily reach by phone and email.

22. Who are the jury members?

Our jury members are comprised of a wide spectrum of professional in the film industry. Click here to view their profile

23. What are the judging criteria?

Click here to view the judging criteria.

24. Can I withdraw my entry?

Withdrawal from the competition is not allowed once you submitted your entry.

25. If I win an award and live overseas, will ‘My Singapore Style’ Micro Film Competition Organising Committee pay for my airfare, accommodation and other expenses?

No. ‘My Singapore Style Micro Film Competition Organising Competition will not pay for your airfare, accommodation and all other expenses. Winners are responsible for their own expenses; logistics for travel, accommodation and other costs.

26. Who has the rights to my work?

Submission of entry automatically transfers all rights to ‘My Singapore Style’ Micro Film Competition organising committee, SFCCA, SCCC and Zaobao.com. By submitting entry to ‘My Singapore Style’ Micro Film Competition, each entry expressly grants permission to use their name, likeness, hometown, etc.

27. Other questions

If you have further questions, you may email us at jazmynhuang@sfcca.sg or call us at (65) 6643 6483.

赛程赛制

“我的新加坡派”微电影比赛的呈现方式不限,影片类型可以是故事片、纪录片、动画片、专题片等。

  • 第一步:报名并参加主办单位举办的免费训练工作坊和微电影分享会
  • 第二步:进行拍摄微电影
  • 第三步:2019年2月1日前呈交您制作的微电影!

参赛组别

竞赛将被分为两个基本类别:

  • 类别一,为“公开组”类别 — 新加坡籍或居住新加坡的人士
  • 类别二,“学生组”,专门为学生而设置—所有正在组织者所认可的学校(组织 者具有唯一和全部的自由裁量权)接受全日制教育的学生。参赛者年龄需至少13 岁或以上;学生组只开放给新加坡籍或在新加坡求学的学生。
  • 类别三, 海外组 — 居住海外的参赛者, 参赛者年龄需至少13岁或以上。

如果你的年龄在18周岁以下,在你提交影片的当日,你必须保证附上父母或者法定监护人已签名的同意书。点击这里下载表格

报名截止日期

2018年11月15日 23:59分

参赛者需填写报名表格,其中包含所有有效的个人信息。

作品呈交截止日期

2019年2月1日 23:59分

所有作品需在Google Forms上提交

作品格式和内容

微电影的长度必须介于30秒至10分钟之间,作品的大小也不可超过300MB

拍摄器材

不限(可用手机、平板电脑、相机、专业摄影机等器材)

制作要求

制作完成的参赛作品,需在短片片尾加入“我的新加坡派”微电影大赛活动的标志。(按此下载)

以英语制作的作品,必须配上华语字幕;以华语制作的作品,必须配上英语字幕;以其他语言制作的作品,必须配上英语和华语字幕。

参赛者需提交一段关于所拍摄影片的中文或英文的简短概要(不超过150字)必须与微电影一起提交。

我要报名

2018年8月8日 - 2018年11月15日

18岁以下的参赛者,请下载 后填写并与作品一起提交.

“我的新加坡派”微电影大赛活动的标志

我要提名

“我的新加坡派”微电影大赛条款与条件

该条款与条件适用于所有填写并提交此报名表的参赛者。该竞赛的组织者可以在任何时间添加或者修改该条款与条件。在该条款与条件中,词语“组织者”应当解释为以下团体总合:

  • 新加坡宗乡会馆联合总会
  • 新加坡华族文化中心
  • 新加坡报业控股有限公司

报名

报名截止日期为2018年11月15日,任何报名应当于此日之前(包括此日)提交。提交作品截止日期为2019年2月1日,所有作品需要上传到“我的新加坡派”微电影大赛指定网站或者通过电子邮件发送至microfilmsg@gmail.com。除非报名者能够提供证据证明组织者已经收到了其报名材料,否则其报名不会被推定为已经被 组织者收到。

微电影大赛接受的影片类型不限,包括故事片,纪录片,动画片等。但是必须符合以下几个条件:

  • 该电影必须以本地(新加坡人)为主题,并且
  • 该电影必须包含“我的新加坡派”作为其主要主题之一。

多重的报名是被允许的,但是报名者必须为每个电影分别提交独立的申请表格。

报名参赛不收取费用。

参赛者的承诺和保证

提交影片用于该竞赛时,参赛者(你)在此承诺:

  • 参赛者(你)有责任及义务服从该协议所有的规定;
  • 制片人(你)作为一个导演,拍摄者或者剧本制作人,较大程度的并且直接的主导了该作品所有的创造性工作和作品方向;
  • 参赛者(你)拥有或者已经购买了所有与作品有关的必要权利、许可、批准,以用于在该协议项下授权给竞赛组织者使用。
  • 提交参赛作品将自动转让影片所有权给组织者。每个参赛作品均明确准许组织者在比赛网站内外宣传资料中使用其姓名,国家,电影名称,以及:
    • 出于竞赛的商业推广或组织者的商业推广的用途,安排该电影在公共银屏播放;
    • 复制参赛者(你)提供的或者应当提供给组织者的任何照片或者其它受著作权保护的材料,用于组织竞赛和竞赛及电影相关的商业推广的;和
    • 在竞赛网站内,组织者和赞助机构的社交媒体和网站内,使用、上传和播放你的电影以及其它与电影有关的被提交的材料。

参赛者同意在无偿的情况下按照组织者的建议去进行所有有必要实现该协议项下特许授权的努力。

参赛者(你)向组织者保证,承诺并且同意:

  • 参赛者(你)自愿签订这一协议并授权组织者行使该协议项下的特许权利,同时,不存在任何无民事行为能力或者限制民事行为能力的情形阻止参赛者履行和遵守该协议项下义务;
  • 参赛者(你)从未有做出并且不会做出任何与本规定和条款(该协议)相冲突的任何约定。
  • 非经组织者的书面同意,参赛者(你)无权公开,泄露或者公共化任何与组织者商业活动有关的信息,以及只有通过竞赛渠道获得与竞赛有关的信息,所有的信息被视为严格保密的信息;
  • 参赛者(你)保证你本人是你提供给组织者所有作品的唯一作者,并且是该作品在世界范围内,所有著作权和所有其他存在于该作品的权利或与该作品相关权利的唯一的,绝对的,无抵押的法定所有人和受益所有人;并且
  • 无论是否缺乏依据,只要因为直接或者间接由于参赛者的过失,或者由于参赛者任何违背或拒绝履行其在该协议项下做出的保证承诺或该协议项下的义务,而引起的可能需要承担有法律责任的一切行动,诉讼,索赔,要求,支出(包括在不影响每一个组织者作为当事人自聘律师支付诉讼费条款通用性的情况下),奖励和损失,参赛者(你)承诺通知和补偿组织者,以及在任何情况下与每个组织者保持充分地沟通,并且完全地赔偿。

合格标准

竞赛将被分为两个基本类别:

  • 类别一,为“公开组”类别
  • 类别二,“学生组”,专门为学生而设置。
  • 类别三, 海外组 — 居住海外的参赛者, 参赛者年龄需至少13岁或以上。

如果你的年龄在18周岁以下,在你提交影片的当日,你必须保证附上父母或者法定监护人已签名的同意书。点击这里下载表格

类别一开放给居住在新加坡的,或者具有新加坡公民或者永久居民身份但目前在海外学习或者居住的,并且不是全日制学生的参赛者。类别二开放给所有正在组织者所认可的学校(组织者具有唯一和全部的自由裁量权)接受全日制教育的学生。类别三开放给海外非新加坡居民,13周岁以上的参赛者。每一个被提交的电影必须是参赛者的原创作品,参赛者(你)作为一个导演,拍摄者或者编剧,必须较大程度的参与创作了该作品。

参赛者(你)必须提供书面的形式同意证明改编经过原作者的允许,该书面同意必须和其它材料一并提交给组织者。如果电影是基于他人的真实生活而创作,一份证明该真实故事被当事人允许编入电影的声明必须和其它材料一并提交给组织者。组织者和评判没义务调查证实申请者对于作者身份或者权利的真实性的陈述。

被提交的电影不应当包含任何已经被出售的材料,并且不应当包含其他不属于电影参赛者的财产。无论是在电影提交截止日时,亦或是在该作品被最终选为获奖作品时,每一部被提交的电影必须不能是已出售的,已经被选择的,已经使用的,预备制作的,或者已经制作的作品。如果电影的任何一部分在评审之前或者评审期间业已出售,你将自动失去参赛资格。

合作的作品是可以被接受的,但是奖金的分配是作者自己的责任但受权利是一体的。 电影的提交仅限于电子邮件或者直接递交的方式,同时提供提交的证明。

格式和内容

提交的电影必须符合以下格式:

  • .mp4/.mov/.avi/.wmv 格式
  • 16:9 宽屏格式 - 1280 x 720; 或者 640 x 360

每部电影最短时长为三十秒,最长时长为十分钟。

每部电影必须与完整填写的报名表一齐提交,由参赛者签名,与其它相关的辅助材料一齐提交。任何缺少材料,不符合要求的提交应当被驳回。

参赛电影没有语言的限制。但是,非汉语普通话的文字和对话必须有简体中文字幕。参赛电影的名字应当是英文或者简体中文。

被提交的参赛电影附件将不会被退还。

参赛者(你)的电影必须是你原创的作品;不应当侵犯任何第三者的权利;必须是合适公开发行的作品 (比如,不能是淫秽的或者粗鄙的作品);不应当包含任何淫秽的或者色情的材料;不应当包含可能诽谤他人、公司、组织或其他团体的陈述;不应当侵犯他人、公司、组织或者其他团体的隐私或者其它权利;不应当以任何其它形式违反法律法规的规定;并且不应当包含任何受著作权保护的要素(除非是你自己拥有的)。任何包含了禁止性内容和不适当内容的报名将不具备参赛资格,,同时,赛会组织者保留拒绝播放电影,或者声明审查任何一部电影内容的权利。

评审

所有的参赛作品将参加一个初审阶段的评判。只有在作品通过初审阶段评审员的评判,该作品才会被继续进入下一阶段由数个裁判组成的裁判团进行评判。赛会组织者保留选择权, 也有禁止参赛作品或取消比赛资格的最终决定权。初审评审员的身份和他们在初审中的决定都不会被公开给参赛者和/或者公众,同时,他们的身份以及他们在初审中的决定是不可以被参赛者或者公众质疑、反对和上诉的。所有的决定都是最终的和具有决定性的。

每一个提交并且合格的电影将被依据其整体质量和概念以及其它因素包括但不限于,原创性,故事情节,结构,人物描述,对话,主题,背景和裁判的对于电影的整体意见进行评判。

该竞赛中获胜的队伍和报名者将由裁判团决定,除了“最受欢迎微电影奖项的金奖,银奖和铜奖”将由公众投票决定。裁判团对于分数的计算和优胜者的选择是最终决定。申诉将不被回应。

个人信息的保护

所有参赛者均有可能被电影记录,拍摄照片,和/或在比赛之前,期间和/或赛后被采访。这些记录和拍摄材料的知识产权归组织者所有,每个组织者都保留了使用这些记录材料或者任何部分材料用于市场宣传和市场拓展之用途的权利,这些用途包括但不限于对公众播放,宣传,展示与该竞赛相关的内容,以及每个组织者和组织者团体的商业活动。

在参加这个竞赛的同时,你同意并认可每个组织者,基于竞赛之目的,独立的收集和使用你的个人信息,包括你的姓名,照片和其他肖像或者身份证号(如果有需要)。竞赛之目的包括用于验证身份之目的,确认竞赛有序进行之目的,竞赛和每个组织者商业宣传和商业推广之目的。

参赛者(你)同时同意并认可在组织者和/或组织者授权的合作商之间,出于以下目的,公开包括但不限于参赛者的个人信息:

  • 运作和宣传竞赛,包括联系优胜者,和
  • 在各种媒体,包括每个组织者的印刷出版物,音像和视觉呈现,推广宣传材料和网站,对公众公开和广告原版还或者改订后的信息。

参赛者(你)进一步的同意和了解,每个组织者应当有独立的权利将你的个人信息使用于上述的用途,并且在没有任何补偿的情况下,组织者和赞助商独立的对记录你个人信息的数据拥有著作权和其它存在于该记录或者与该记录相关的知识产权。

出于通过邮件,电子通讯方式(如电邮),短信,电话和其它联系方式(无论是联系你新加坡本地的电话亦或是其它)以通知你关于竞赛工作和服务的进程之目的,参赛者(你)在参与这个竞赛的同时,同意并认可该协议的条款和规则,同意组织者收集,使用公开你所提交的个人信息,并且同意在组织者的内部分享该信息。

没有任何一个组织者需要为保管,交换,未交付,遗失报名,延迟,网络误导或不可用,服务器或其它链接方式或者技术瑕疵承担责任。

奖励是不能转让和交换的“我的新加坡派”微电影竞赛组织委员会和每个组织者保留用同等商业价值的奖励代替约定奖励的权利,组织者有完全地自由裁量权,并且他们关于竞赛的任何决定是最终的和具有约束力的。优胜者名单会在microfilm.zaobao.com 网站公示。

一般条款

在签署并提交该报名表时,参赛者(你)已经同意以下条款:

  • 所有的竞赛规则和决定由裁判员和审判员决定;
  • 针对参赛者为参与竞赛所提交的材料而引起的,或与之相关的,任何需要承担法律责任的一切诉讼,要求,损失,损害,指出,责任和开销(包括法律费用),参赛者需要补偿和保护组织者,并免除组织者的责任;
  • 组织者有绝对的自由裁量权在没有事先通知你的情况下修改该协议中的规定和条款;和
  • 同意遵守该协议中的规定和条款以及组织者,赛会行政人员,审判员和裁判做出的所有的具有最终效力的具有约束力的决定。你同时同意放弃任何主张该协议中规定和条款或者该竞赛规则本身不清晰和错误的权利。

只有在参赛作品满足了组织者对质量的要求后才有可能被选为优胜者,因此如果参赛作品的质量不能达到组织者的要求,组织者保留宣布该竞赛没有优胜者的权利。

你已经了解由于在组织和运行竞赛中,组织者会收到大量的视频和新颖故事,任何赞助商或者裁判创作过,制作过,发布过,呈现过任何与你的作品题材相似的电影只是巧合。

该条款与条件适用新加坡共和国的法律,并且由新加坡共和国的法律进行解释。无效条款的删除不影响其它合同条款的法律效益和适用。该条款与条件有英文和中文两份,两份都有效,但解释是基于英文的。

如果报名者在任何一方面不能符合该协议的要求,该报名者将被组织者取消参赛资格,申诉将不予受理。

Rules

'My Singapore Style' Micro Film Competition accepts micro film of all categories including story film, documentary film and animation.

  • Step 1: Register for our free workshops and sharing session online
  • Step 2: Start shooting your micro film(s)
  • Step 3: Submit your micro film(s) before 1 February 2019

Categories

The Competition is conducted in 2 main categories:

  • Category I, the “Open” category - Open to all Singaporeans and/or of
  • Category II, the “Student” category, for students - open to all persons pursuing a Singaporean citizenship or permanent residency status (though studying or residing overseas), aged 13 years old and above. full-time educational course in an educational institution recognised by the Organisers (at their sole and entire discretion).
  • Category III, Overseas Category – non Singapore residents, aged 13 years old and above.

If you are under the age of 18, you must ensure that you have a signed consent form from your parent or legal guardian on the day you sign up.

Registration deadline

15 November 2018 23:59

Participants are to fill up the registration form with all valid particulars.

Submission deadline

1 February 2019, 23:59

All submission must be done online on Google Forms.

Film Formats

All entries should be between 30 seconds to ten (10) minute and should not exceed 300MB.

Equipment

No restriction, you may use your mobile phones, tablets, camera, video camera etc.

Requirement

All entry must insert "My Singapore Style" Micro Film logo at the end of clip. (Download here)

Micro film produced in English must be subtitled in Chinese, and micro film produced in Mandarin must be subtitled in English .

A short synopsis (of no more than 150 words) in either Chinese or English of the story must be submitted together with the micro film.

Micro film produced in other languages must be subtitled in both Chinese and English.

Registration

7 August 2018 - 15 November 2018

For participants below 18 years of age, please download Parental Consent Form and submit together with your created movie.

Download ‘My Singapore Style’ Micro Film logo Download Logo

Nomination

T&C

"My Singapore Style" Micro Film Competition Terms and Conditions

These Terms and Conditions apply to you as the Filmmaker listed in the Entry Form.

The Organisers may add to or amend these rules at any time. For the purposes of these Terms and Conditions, the term the “Organisers” shall refer collectively to

  • Singapore Federation of Chinese Clan Associations (“SFCCA”);
  • Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre (“SCCC”); and
  • Singapore Press Holdings Ltd (“SPH”),

Entry

The registration deadline is: 15 November 2018. The deadline by which all entries must reach the Organisers: is 1 February 2019.

All submission must be done online. Participants are required to fill up the online submission form with all valid particulars together with your micro film, or via email to microfilmsg@gmail.com. Entries shall not be deemed to have been received by the Organisers unless you are able to produce proof of receipt by the Organisers.

All genres are accepted. However, to be eligible, the following criteria apply:

  • the Film must contain local (Singaporean) themes, and
  • the Film must include “My Singapore Style” as one of its major themes.

Multiple entries are accepted. However, a separate Entry Form must be included for each Film submitted.

Entry into the Competition is not chargeable.

Filmmaker's undertakings and warranties

By submitting the Film for the Competition, you hereby undertake that

  • you shall be liable for all aspects of compliance with this Agreement;
  • you have been significantly and directly involved in all aspects of creative control and direction of the Film as either a director, producer or screenwriter;
  • you have obtained and acquired all requisite rights, clearances and permissions with respect to the Film so as to grant to the Organisers the rights hereby granted.
  • Submission of entry automatically transfers all rights to "My Singapore Style" Micro Film Competition organising committee, SFCCA, SCCC, SPH. By submitting entry to ‘My Singapore Style’ Micro Film Competition, each entry expressly grants permission to use their name, country, film name in publicity materials on and outside of the competition website and
    • Arrange for public screenings of the Film solely or in conjunction with other films for the promotion of marketing of the Competition or of the businesses of each of the Organisers;
    • Reproduce any photographs or other copyright material of yours which you have furnished or shall furnish to the Organisers, for the Organisers organising the Competition and for the promotion and marketing of the same and of the Film; and
    • Use, upload and screen your Film and submitted materials relating to the Film on the Competition’s website; and on the website and social media of each of the Organisers and each supporting organisation.

You further agree to assist the Organisers, without any form of compensation whatsoever whether monetary or otherwise, in connection with any application for rights and to do all such acts and things as any of the Organisers may advise, to be necessary or desirable to perfect such licence or rights in respect of the Film.

You warrant, undertake and agree with each of the Organisers that:

  • you are free to enter into this Agreement and to grant to the Organisers the rights granted in it, and are not under any disability restriction or prohibition which might prevent the you from performing or observing any of your obligations here under;
  • you have not entered into and shall not enter into any arrangement which might conflict with these Terms and Conditions;
  • you shall not, without the consent in writing of the Organisers, disclose, reveal or make public information of any nature in connection with the business of the Organisers or any information relating to the Competition which you obtained only because of the Competition, all of which shall be treated as strictly confidential;
  • you warrant that for all works supplied by you to the Organisers you are the sole author of the works and the sole, absolute and unencumbered legal and beneficial owner of all rights of copyright and all other rights whatever in and to the works throughout the world; and
  • you undertake to inform and indemnify the Organisers and keep each of them at all times fully informed of, and fully indemnified from and against all actions, proceedings, claims, demands, costs (including without prejudice to the generality of this provision legal costs of each Organiser on a solicitor and own client basis), awards and damages, whether or not groundless, however arising directly or indirectly as a result of your negligence, any breach or non-performance by you of any of your undertakings, warranties or obligations under these Terms and Conditions.

Eligibility criteria

The Competition is conducted in 2 main categories:

  • Category I, the “Open” category; and
  • Category II, the “Student” category, for students.
  • Category III, Oversea Category - Non Singapore residents, aged 13 years old and above.

The Competition admits Filmmakers of age 13 and above. If you are under the age of 18, you must ensure that you have a signed consent form from your parent or legal guardian on the day you sign up.

Category I is open to filmmakers’ resident in Singapore and/or of Singaporean citizenship or permanent residency status (though studying or residing overseas), and who are not full-time students. Category II is open to all persons pursuing a full-time educational course in an educational institution recognised by the Organisers (at their sole and entire discretion). Category III is open to non Singapore residents, aged 13 years old and above. Every submitted Film must be the original Film of the Filmmaker, who must have been significantly involved in the creation of the Film either as a director, producer or screenwriter.

Category I is open to filmmakers’ resident in Singapore and/or of Singaporean citizenship or permanent residency status (though studying or residing overseas), and who are not full-time students. Category II is open to all persons pursuing a full-time educational course in an educational institution recognised by the Organisers (at their sole and entire discretion). Every submitted Film must be the original Film of the Filmmaker, who must have been significantly involved in the creation of the Film either as a director, producer or screenwriter.

You also agree that you have obtained the original author’s written consent to adapt the Film and accept adaptions of other films together with the submitted materials. If the Film is based on a person’s life story, a statement attesting to rights obtained for the incorporation of such story into your Film will need to be submitted together with all other materials. The Organisers and its judges are not obliged to investigate and cannot attest to the authenticity of an applicant’s statement of authorship or rights.

The submitted Film shall not contain any material which has been sold and must not contain the property of any party other than the Filmmaker. Each Film must not have been sold, be in turnaround, or be in pre-production or have been produced at the time of the submitted deadline nor at the time the material is chosen as a finalist or Prize winner. If any part of the Film has been sold before or during the judging period, you will automatically be disqualified. Collaborations are accepted. However, division of any award monies will be your sole responsibility and the rights shall be granted as if both are of one contestant.

Submissions will be accepted only by registered mail or delivery by hand, with proof of delivery.

Format and content

Each submitted Film must comply with the following formats:

  • .mp4/.mov/.avi/.wmv
  • 16:9 widescreen format -1280 x 720; or 640 x 360

contained in a self-contained SD QuickTime file with no proprietary codecs on either: a data DVD -OR- a USB flash drive or a playable DVD

Each Film shall be of a minimum run length of 30 seconds or of a maximum run length of 10 minutes.

Each Film must be submitted together with the completed Entry Form, duly signed by the Filmmaker, with all the relevant accompanying documents submitted at the same time. Incomplete submissions shall be rejected.

A submitted Film can be in any language. However, dialogue or words in a language other than Mandarin must be subtitled in simplified Chinese characters. The title of each submitted Film shall be either in English or in simplified Chinese.

Submitted copies of Films will not be returned.

To be eligible for the Competition, your Film must be an original creation by you; must not infringe any third-party rights; must be suitable for publication (i.e., may not be obscene or indecent); must not contain obscene or pornographic material; may not contain potentially defamatory statements about any person, company, organisation or entity; may not invade privacy or other rights of any person, company or entity; must not violate applicable laws and regulations; and must not contain any works or materials that you do not owned or hold the rights to. The Organisers, in their sole discretion, may prohibit or disqualify any entries deemed to be inappropriate. The Organisers also reserve the right to refuse to screen a film or to make any announcements at the screening regarding the content of any film.

Judging

All entries will be submitted for a preliminary round of adjudication. Only Films that meet the approval of the preliminary round’s adjudicators will proceed to be judged by a panel of Judges. The Organisers reserve the right to make the final determination as to which films are eligible for the Competition. Neither the identities of the adjudicators nor their decisions of the preliminary round will be disclosed to the competitors and/or the public, nor are said decisions and/or the identities of the said adjudicators open to questioning, objections, appeals from you and/or the public. All decisions made are deemed final and conclusive.

Each submitted and qualifying Film will be judged for its overall quality and concept and will be judged on factors, including but not limited to originality, story line, structure, characterisation, dialogue, theme, setting and the Judges’ overall opinion of the Film.

The winning teams and entries of the competition will be decided by a panel of judges except ‘Most Popular Micro Film Award – Gold, Silver, and Bronze’ which is decided through public voting. Computation of scores and selection of winners by the panel shall be final. Further correspondence and disputes will not be entertained.

Personal Data Protection

All entrants may be filmed, photographed, and/or interviewed before, during and/or after the Competition. The intellectual property rights for these recorded material(s) shall subsist in the Organisers, each of whom reserves all rights to use these recorded materials or any parts thereof for promotional and marketing purposes, including, without limitation, screenings and for the publicity, promotion and graphics related to the Competition and/or the business activities of each Organiser, and/or the Organisers as a whole.

By entering this Competition, you agree and consent to each of the Organisers independently collecting and using your personal data, including your name and photographs and other likenesses or identification indicia (as may be necessary) for the purposes of the Competition, including for the purposes of verifying your identity; ensuring the smooth operations of the Competition; and for the marketing and promotion of the Competition and/or each of the Organisers You agree and consent further to the disclosure of your personal data among the Organisers, and/or their respective authorised service providers for the following purposes, including but not limited to:

  • administering and promoting the Competition, including to contact the winners of the competition, and
  • publicity and/or advertising campaigns across all media, including in each of the Organisers’ printed publications, audio and/or visual presentations, promotional materials and/or their websites, whether in the original or edited format.

You further agree and acknowledge that each of the Organisers shall have the independent right to use your personal data for the purposes as aforesaid and that each of the Organisers and Sponsor shall independently own the copyright and all other intellectual property rights in and to the records of the personal data without any further compensation to you.

By participating in the Competition, you agree and consent to the terms and conditions of this Agreement, and to the Organisers collecting, using and disclosing the personal data which you have submitted, and sharing such personal data amongst themselves, for the purpose of contacting you via mail, electronic transmission (eg. E-mail), SMS, telephone and other means of communication (whether via your Singapore telephone numbers or otherwise) to inform you about their products and services. None of the Organisers shall be liable for any safe custody, return, and non-delivery or missing of entries, late, misdirected or unavailable network, server or other connections or technical features.

Prize(s) are non-transferable and non-exchangeable. “My Singapore Style” Micro Film Competition Organising Committee, and each of the Organisers reserve all rights to substitute the publicised prizes with other prizes of similar commercial value, at their sole discretions and their decision(s) on all matters relating to the competition shall be final and binding. The winners’ list will be published on microfilm.zaobao.com.

General

By signing the Entry Form, and by the act of submitting a Film to this Competition, you have indicated agreement to

  • all rules of this competition and the decisions rendered by its judges and adjudicators;
  • indemnify, defend and hold harmless the Organisers from and against all claims, demands, losses, damages, costs, liabilities and expenses (including legal fees) arising out of or in connection with any and all claims based on material(s) submitted herein in pursuance of the Competition;
  • the Organisers’ right to amend the terms and conditions of this Agreement at their absolute discretion without prior notice to you; and
  • be bound by these terms and conditions and by all decisions of the Organisers, the contest administrator and its adjudicators and judges, whose decisions shall at all times on any matter be considered binding and final. You also agree to waive any right to claim ambiguity or error in the terms and conditions of the Competition or the Competition itself.

Winner(s) will be selected only and when any of the submitted Films meets our quality standards. The Organisers therefore reserve the right to declare that there shall be no winners for the Competition should such quality standards should, in the opinion of the Organisers not have been met.

You acknowledge that the Organisers receive numerous screenplays and story ideas in the course of its operation and any similarity to your Film material created, produced, distributed or represented by any of the sponsors or judges may be coincidental.

This Agreement is governed by and construed under the laws of the Republic of Singapore. Where any term is prohibited, it will be deemed void and severed from the remaining provisions of this Agreement. Such severance does not affect the legality and enforceability of the other rules. Further this Agreement may be written in either Chinese or English, each of which shall be deemed authentic but English interpretation shall prevail.

If an entry fails to comply with this agreement in any regard, it may be disqualified by the organisers without any avenues for appeals or redress.

评审标准

三大组别的金、银、铜奖的评分标准如下:

  • 主题表达 – 25%
  • 创意呈现 – 25%
  • 叙事架构 – 25%
  • 作品品质 – 25%

最佳导演奖

评审团于各组进入複选之作品中选出最佳导演一名。评审内容包括:

  • 电影语言运用
  • 整体演员表现
  • 风格的呈现

最佳演员

评审团于各组进入複选之作品中选出最佳演员一名。评审内容包括:

  • 语言表演
  • 肢体表演
  • 整体表现

最佳创意

评审团于各组进入複选之作品中选出最佳创意作品一名。最佳创意奖产生办法由评审团成员共同讨论和投选产生.

海外组 特别奖

此奖项评定视参赛作品质量而定,允许奖项空缺;若对奖项结果有任何争议,一切均以大赛终评委员会评审结果为准。

评审阵容

奖项奖品

公开组

  • 金奖 : 奖金5000新元 + 奖杯一座
  • 银奖 : 奖金3000新元 + 奖杯一座
  • 铜奖 : 奖金2000新元 + 奖杯一座

学生组

  • 金奖 : 奖金4000新元 + 奖杯一座
  • 银奖 : 奖金2000新元 + 奖杯一座
  • 铜奖 : 奖金1000新元 + 奖杯一座

海外组 特别奖

  • 奖金3000新元 + 奖杯一座
  • 此奖项评定视参赛作品质量而定,允许奖项空缺;若对奖项结果有任何争议,一切均以大赛终评委员会评审结果为准。

个别奖项

网络人气奖(3名)
  • 网络人气奖 金奖 : 奖金2000新元 + 奖杯一座
  • 网络人气奖 银奖 : 奖金1000新元 + 奖杯一座
  • 网络人气奖 铜奖 : 奖金500新元 + 奖杯一座
  • 最佳创意奖(1名) : 奖金3000新元 + 奖杯一座
  • 最佳演员奖 (1名) : 奖金2000新元 + 奖杯一座
  • 最佳导演(1名) : 奖金3000新元 + 奖杯一座

年度网络短片奖

  • 提名你喜欢的“新加坡视频”,找出“年度新加坡网络短片”! 从网络短片中找出最能代表新加坡的年度网络短片。获奖短片作者/制作方将有机会赢取800元现金奖。获奖作品提名者有机会赢取200元现金奖,并与被提名影片作者都将有机会亲临 “我的新加坡派” 微电影大赛颁奖典礼现场。座位有限,马上提名你心目中的“年度新加坡网络短片”!
  • 提名作品范围为所有在2018年1月1日至2019年4月30日期间,发布于网络平台的包含新加坡主题的视频短片,每位参与者可提名多部作品。
  • 若获奖作品被超过一名提名者同时提名,则提名者大奖将在颁奖典礼现场以抽奖形式产生。
  • 任何包含了禁止性内容和不适当内容的提名短片将不具备参选资格,同时,赛会组织者保留拒绝播放短片的权利。
  • 赛会组织者保留选择合格短片、禁止参选作品或取消作品比赛资格的最终决定权。评审员的身份和他们在评审中的决定都不会被公开给参选者和/或者公众,同时,他们的身份以及他们在评审中的决定不可以被参选者或者公众质疑、反对和上诉。所有的决定都是最终的和具有决定性的。

网络人气奖

“网络人气奖”分成金、银、铜奖,由网友投票选出,得奖作品有可能来自同一参赛组别。

颁奖典礼

颁奖典礼日期将在2019年5月举办,所有参赛选手将受邀参加。得奖名单也会刊登在联合早报网及微电影官网。

Judging Criteria

Judging criteria as following:

  • Theme expression – 25%
  • Creativity – 25%
  • Narrative structure – 25%
  • Production Quality -25%

Best Director

Only one Best Director Award will be given out in “My Singapore Style” Micro Film Competition.

Judging criteria:

  • Language usage
  • Actor(s) performances
  • Overall style

Best Actor/ Actress in a leading role

Only one Best Actor/ Actress in a Leading Role Award will be given out.

Judging criteria:

  • Language usage
  • Physical performances
  • Overall performances

Most Creative Micro Film

Awarded based on jury members’ decision.

Most Popular Micro Film

Most Popular Micro Film will be awarded to entries that receive highest votes online.

Overseas Category Special Award

Prizes will be awarded based on the quality of entries submitted and no prizes will be awarded if there is no suitable entry. In the event of any dispute regarding the results, the decision of the evaluation committee shall be final and no correspondence or discussion shall be entered into.

Singapore Online Video Award

Singapore Online Video Award: Video Producer ($800 Cash), Nominator ($200 Cash)

Judges

Awards & Prizes

Open Category

  • Gold :$5000 Cash + Trophy
  • Silver :$3000 Cash + Trophy
  • Bronze : $2000 Cash + Trophy

Student Category

  • Gold :$4000 Cash + Trophy
  • Silver :$2000 Cash + Trophy
  • Bronze:$1000 Cash + Trophy

Overseas Category

  • $3000 Cash + Trophy
  • Prizes will be awarded based on the quality of entries submitted and no prizes will be awarded if there is no suitable entry. In the event of any dispute regarding the results, the decision of the evaluation committee shall be final and no correspondence or discussion shall be entered into.

Other Prizes

  • Most Popular Micro Film (Three Prizes)
  • Most Popular Micro Film - Gold :$2000 Cash + Trophy
  • Most Popular Micro Film - Silver :$1000 Cash + Trophy
  • Most Popular Micro Film - Bronze :$500 Cash + Trophy
  • Most Creative Micro Film :$3000 Cash + Trophy
  • Best Actor/ Actress in a leading role :$2000 Cash + Trophy
  • Best Director :$3000 Cash + Trophy

Singapore Online Video Award

  • Submit your nomination now for the "Singapore Online Video Award". Nominate an online video which best represents Singapore. The producer/production company of the selected short film will be presented with $800 cash prize ! Should your nomination be an award-winner, you will have the chance to win a cash prize of $200 and both Nominators and Nominees will be invited to attend the Microfilm Competition Award Ceremony. Seats are limited, start nominating now!
  • The nominated film must contain Singapore related themes, multiple nominations are accepted. The publication date of the film has to be from 1st Jan 2018 to 30th April 2019.
  • Should there be 2 or more nominators for the award-winning video, the prize will be allocated via a lucky draw to only ONE (1) of the nominator.
  • The Organisers, in their sole discretion, may prohibit or disqualify any nomination deemed inappropriate. The Organisers also reserve the right to refuse to screen a video.
  • The Organisers reserve the right to make the final determination as to which films are eligible for the Competition. Neither the identities of the adjudicators nor their decisions will be disclosed to the competitors and/or the public, nor are said decisions and/or the identities of the said adjudicators open to questioning, objections, appeals from you and/or the public. All decisions made are deemed final and conclusive.

Award Ceremony

Winners' list shall be announced on Zaobao.com. Winners will be invited to attend award ceremony in May 2019.

工作坊导师 Workshop Instructor


巫培双

编辑

培双,43 岁,毕业于北京语言大学,从 97 年至 03 年,在新传媒中文戏剧处担任编剧。撰写过无数受欢迎的情景喜剧,如新加坡电视史上最长寿的中文情景喜剧《敢敢做个开心人》系列、《播音人》、《我爱精灵》和 2004年红星大奖“最佳情景喜剧”的《小孩不笨》电视版。

离开电视台后,他加入梁智强导演的 J Team Productions 担任创意总监,主要参与梁智强导演的电影和电视制作的幕后策划工作。2004 年凭《我是创新王》获得红星大奖的“最佳综艺节目”。2007年,参与创作的电影作品《我在政府部门的日子》更入围台湾金马奖 “最佳原创剧本”。

2008 年第一次以“导演”报名参加 金马创投比赛,获得第三名的作品《“怖”落格》,之后拍成《吓到笑》,在新马分别回收两百八十万与五百三十万的票房成绩。

从 2005年至 2009年,曾为《联合早报》副刊撰写电影评论专栏。从2010年开始,也受邀到义安工艺学院当客卿讲师。

Boris Boo

Scriptwriter

Boris has been in the Film & TV Industry for 20 years, in which he spent more than 6 years as a Scriptwriter in MEDIACORP STUDIOS Chinese Drama Division. During his TV station days, he conceptualized and written more than hundred scripts for various local sitcoms, dramas, and short films. Some of his notable works then were Don’t Worry, Be Happy (《敢敢做个开心人》), The Right Frequency (《播音人》) and My Genie (《我爱精灵》).

During his tenure with J TEAM PRODUCTIONS from 2003 to 2011 as Creative Director, he has been involved in most of the company’s movie screenplays and has played a pivotal role in all the J TEAM’s TV productions. His educational infotainment, Creatively Mine (《我是创新王》) won Star Awards (《红星大奖》) Best Variety Show in its debut year. In 2007, his work Just Follow Law (《我在政府部门的日子》) was nominated for Best Original Screenplay in the 44th Golden Horse Awards.

In the following year, his script The Ghost Blog (《“怖”落格》) came in third in FPP organised by the Taiwan Golden Horse Film Festival. Since making his directorial debut in 2009 as Jack Neo’s co-director in Where Got Ghost? (《吓到笑》), Boris has since continued to direct 7 more feature films that did well in box-office in both Singapore and Malaysia. Boris is always keen to share his experiences and tried his hands on teaching since 2010 at various schools such as SMU and Ngee Ann Polytechnics. He is currently an Associate Lecturer in Ngee Ann Polytechnics.

Saleem Hadi

Filmmaker

Saleem Hadi is an award-winning filmmaker, writer and theatre practitioner, contributing heavily to Singapore’s arts and media industry since 2001. Saleem Hadi is the first Singaporean to have won the REEL STUDIO’s CANNES 2008 DISTINGUISHED COMMUNITY DOCUMENTARY AWARD for his documentary. Saleem Hadi runs his own company, a media-enrichment company specializing in media and arts programmes.

He has directed 16 short films till date. In 2017, Saleem won the 1st Prize for his English short story in National Arts Council’s prestigious Golden Point Award Literary Competition. Saleem Hadi is currently championing a nation-wide Indian short film archival project, THEINDBOX, under a social enterprise named Singapore Indian Theatre & Film Explorers (S.I.T.F.E.) which was also commissioned by government organizations to stage multilingual stage productions.

Saleem Hadi

Filmmaker

Saleem Hadi is an award-winning filmmaker, writer and theatre practitioner, contributing heavily to Singapore’s arts and media industry since 2001. Saleem Hadi is the first Singaporean to have won the REEL STUDIO’s CANNES 2008 DISTINGUISHED COMMUNITY DOCUMENTARY AWARD for his documentary. Saleem Hadi runs his own company, a media-enrichment company specializing in media and arts programmes.

He has directed 16 short films till date. In 2017, Saleem won the 1st Prize for his English short story in National Arts Council’s prestigious Golden Point Award Literary Competition. Saleem Hadi is currently championing a nation-wide Indian short film archival project, THEINDBOX, under a social enterprise named Singapore Indian Theatre & Film Explorers (S.I.T.F.E.) which was also commissioned by government organizations to stage multilingual stage productions.

工作坊详情 Workshop Details

第四场工作坊

  • 如何制作你的第一个微电影?
  • 讲故事的窍门
  • 分享他的电影制作旅程
导师 巫培双
日期 2018年11月4日 (星期日) (中文讲解) 点击报名
时间 下午1点至5点
地点 新加坡宗乡会馆联合总会

397 Lorong 2 Toa Payoh Singapore 319639


第三场工作坊

  • Mobile Filmmaking Workshop (English)
导师 Saleem Hadi
日期 2018年10月28日 (星期日)(英文讲解)点击报名
时间 下午1点至5点
地点 Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre

Zhong Sheng Jian Recital Studio, level 6
1 Straits Boulevard, Singapore (018906)


第一与第二场工作坊

  • 如何制作你的第一个微电影?
  • 讲故事的窍门
  • 分享他的电影制作旅程
导师 巫培双
日期 2018年9月1日 (星期六) (中文讲解)【过期】
日期 2018年10月6日 (星期六)(英文讲解)【过期】
时间 下午1点至5点
地点 新加坡宗乡会馆联合总会

397 Lorong 2 Toa Payoh Singapore 319639

Workshop 4

  • How to start making your first microfilm?
  • Story-telling techniques
  • His Journey of film-making
Speaker Boris Boo
Date 4th Nov 2018 Register Now
Time 1pm - 5pm
Venue Singapore Federation of Chinese Clan Associations

397 Lorong 2 Toa Payoh Singapore 319639


Workshop 3

Speaker Saleem Hadi
Date 28th Oct 2018 (Sun) Register Now
Time 1pm - 5pm
Venue Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre

Zhong Sheng Jian Recital Studio, level 6
1 Straits Boulevard, Singapore (018906)


Workshop 1&2

  • How to start making your first microfilm?
  • Story-telling techniques
  • His Journey of film-making
Date 1st Sept 2018(Sat)(Chinese)Over
Date 6th Oct 2018 (Sat)(English) Over
Time 1pm - 5pm
Venue Singapore Federation of Chinese Clan Associations

397 Lorong 2 Toa Payoh Singapore 319639

初学者贴士 Tips for Beginners

微电影制作—初学者小贴士

*由义安理工学院兼职讲师王朝弘准备


首要任务:准备剧本


  1. 先观赏其他的微电影,熟悉一般微电影的叙事结构及制作规模。
  2. 研究经典的三幕剧结构 :
    • 铺陈:介绍人物、环境
    • 冲突:人物碰到一系列冲突或障碍
    • 和解: 经过挣扎后获得的和解
  3. 避免过于煽情的剧情或对白,设计有趣的人物 。
  4. 剧情应该合乎情理,但又在意料之外。
  5. 每句对白都应达到以下作用
    • 显露人物个性或特点
    • 将剧情往前推进
  6. 电影应以视觉为主,不要过于依赖对白。

组织团队

召集你的摄制团队。基本团队可包括以下成员:

  1. 制片: 制作队的大家长、负责安排及经营整个制作
  2. 导演: 影片的艺术总指挥、演员的导师
  3. 摄影师: 负责摄影、灯光。
  4. 录音师: 负责现场收音
  5. 美术设计: 负责设计整部片子的视觉风格,包括场景设计、道具、服装、发型、等
  6. 剪辑师: 负责影片的后期制作

完成后期制作
  1. 选择在动作中剪接(cutting on action)可让动作看起来更加顺畅。
  2. 避免使用花俏的转场效果(transitional effects)。
  3. 遵守“180度规则”(180 degree rule)、银幕方向及其他帮助维持时空连续性的规则。
  4. 对话时使用反应镜头(reaction shots)能使对白戏看起来更有趣生动。
  5. 选择适当的音乐以配合戏的气氛、节奏、文化背景等。
  6. 在适当的地方加上适当的音效可使整个声音设计更丰富。
  7. 华语对白应该加上英文字幕;英语对白应该加上华文字幕。
  8. 输出前检查是否选择正确设定。
  9. 输出后完整看一遍,检查是否有技术问题。

王朝弘:我相信拍电影没有绝对的对或错。你不需听取我的意见,更不用同意我所有的看法,重要的是你要相信你自己的选择。没有人能说一个过度曝光的镜头是“错”的,但你必须能够为你的选择做出辩护。你是创作者,你有表达的自由,创作决定在你手中!

Microfilm Production - Tips for Beginners

*Prepared by Ong Chao Hong, Ngee Ann Polytechnic Associate Lecturer

First mission: A script


  1. Study other microfilms to get a sense of the story structure and production scale.
  2. Study the 3-act structure:
    • Setup: introduce characters and setting
    • Confrontation: a series of obstacles or challenges the character faces
    • Resolution: The problem is resolved after a series of struggles

  3. Avoid being overly melodramatic and avoid stereotype characters.
  4. Keep the plot within reason but beyond expectations.
  5. Keep dialogue economical. Every line should either:
    • reveal something about the character and/or
    • move the plot forward.

  6. Keep the film visual and don’t rely too much on talking heads.

Pre-Production
1. Form your crew. A basic film crew might include:
  1. Producer: Organizes and manages the production
  2. Director: the “artistic director” of the film; proviides guidance to actors.
  3. Director of Photography: In charge of the camera and lights.
  4. Sound Recordist: Records sound on set.
  5. Production Designer: designs the overall visual style, source for props and costumes, dresses the set, oversees makeup and hairstyle
  6. Editor: manages the postproduction of the film.
Production
  1. Always check your focus and set your white balance.
  2. Do not overuse zooms and camera movement. Know why you are using a specific effect before using it.
  3. Compose each shot as a painter would compose a painting.
  4. Casting is important. Choose actors of the appropriate age for each character.
  5. Choose appropriate props, costumes, hairstyle, set dressing, etc.
  6. Good, clean sound is important.
  7. Avoid continuity mistakes.
Post-Production
  1. Consider “cutting on action” to make sequences flow more smoothly.
  2. Avoid fancy transitional effects. Again, know why you are using a specific effect before using it.
  3. Observe the 180 degree rule, screen direction and other continuity rules.
  4. Reaction shots during dialogue scenes make the scene more interesting and dynamic.
  5. Select appropriate music to suit the mood, pace, cultural flavor of the scene.
  6. Consider adding appropriate sound effects to enrich the sound design.
  7. Add English subtitles if your film was in Mandarin and Chinese subtitles if your film was in English.
  8. Ensure you have the right export settings before exporting.
  9. Watch through your film after exporting to ensure that there are no glitches.

Ong Chao Hong: I believe there are no definite rules in filmmaking and certainly no right or wrong way. You don’t have to follow everything I say, or agree with everything I say. What's more important is that you believe in your own choices. Nobody ever said that an overexposed shot is "wrong", but you have to be prepared to explain why you chose to use an overexposed shot. You are the artist. You have the choice of expression. Make the choices wisely!