Digital Filmmaking – Mira Shamsudin
By all accounts, Nancy and Joan have a typical mother-daughter relationship. A simple fact changes everything between them. In a country where traditional and contemporary values do not always mix, mother and daughter have to find a way to overcome this friction that is tearing them apart.
Wealthy Singaporean, Kavan Lim, goes through a documented journey with local Non-Government Organization, Healthserve, and gets to know more about the plight of the migrant worker community in Singapore.
Mira’s interest in filmmaking is predominantly driven by her curiosity on how human beings operate, behave and interact.
In the beginning, she was more adept with a pencil or a paintbrush as an artist’s tool until her first year in University where she began to see that the camera, light, along with their cinematic qualities, as artistic mediums in their own right, and was intrigued by the way that they can be used to create a narrative.
Mira’s works are primarily personal works of art that deal with human behaviour and interaction while simultaneously striving to remain true to raw human emotions.
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