Attention all video enthusiasts and storytellers! Join us for the 5th Micro Film Competition, where we invite you to take us on a visual and auditory journey to explore the vibrant city of Singapore. Our theme this year is My Singapore Rhapsody, celebrating the unique fusion of cultures and traditions that make Singapore a colourful and diverse garden city.
We encourage all participants to showcase the rich diversity of Singapore's people and local culture through their entries. Whether it's the bustling city streets, multifaceted HDB void decks, or peaceful green corridors, let your creativity and imagination run wild as you capture the essence of Singapore through your lens.
We hope to see amazing stories that celebrate the city's unique fusion of cultures and traditions. So come and be a part of this amazing experience, push the boundaries of creativity, and take us on a journey through “My Singapore Rhapsody”.
The competition is open to all nationalities aged 13 and above on the date of entry. Refer to competition details for more information.
By registering, you will receive the latest updates on the competition and be invited to attend sharing sessions and free workshops.
Yes, we will be organising various sharing sessions and entry level workshops that are free of charge. Refer to our events page for more information.
The competition has two categories: Open and Student. Refer to competition details for more information.
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 committee reserves the right to move entries to other categories as it deems appropriate.
‘My Singapore Rhapsody’ Micro Film Competition accepts all film genres including story film, documentary film, animation etc.
Yes, entrants may enter multiple categories. But only one prize will be awarded to each microfilm, individual or team.
By registering, you will receive regular updates on the competition and be invited to attend free sharing sessions and workshops. A ‘submission’ refers to submitting your microfilm for participation in the competition. Only by submitting an entry will you be considered a participant in the competition.
Acceptable film formats are .mp4 / .mov / .avi / .wmv. File dimension must be in 16:9 widescreen format - 1280x 720 or 640 X 360. The duration for each entry should be between 30 seconds to 10 minutes, and each file size should not exceed 300MB. Refer to competition details for other requirements.
The duration of a microfilm should be of minimum 30 seconds and shall not exceed 10 minutes. The file size should not exceed 300 MB.
‘My Singapore Rhapsody’ Micro Film Competition logo must be inserted at the end of each clip. Click here to download.
No. Only microfilm(s) that have not been distributed, aired or entered in another competition may enter ‘My Singapore Rhapsody’ Micro Film Competition.
No. The entry should be original and not comprise any published footage.
You will receive an email should your entry be successfully received. Please note that ONLY selected videos will be uploaded to our official website.
You may change or update your information by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also change your competition category so long as your entry has not been reviewed by the judges.
Someone who can be easily reached by phone and email should be listed as the primary contact.
Our jury members comprise a wide spectrum of professionals in the film industry. Refer to the list of judges for more information.
Withdrawal from the competition is not allowed once you submit your entry.
No. ‘My Singapore Rhapsody’ Micro Film Competition organisers 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.
Submission of entry automatically transfers all rights to ‘My Singapore Rhapsody’ Micro Film Competition organising committee, including Singapore Federation of Chinese Clan Associations (SFCCA), Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre (SCCC) and Lianhe Zaobao. By submitting an entry to ‘My Singapore Rhapsody’ 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. Refer to the competition Terms and Conditions for more information.