Reel Talk: The Changing Face of Cinema

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Michael is a professional filmmaker who holds a Masters in Television Drama from Goldsmiths College, University of London. He was formerly a board member of the Singapore International Film Festival for 5 years and a current board member of Silk Road Film Festival in Dublin, Ireland.

He is active in the committee of the Singapore Film Society and is the founder of the Singapore Visual Effects and Animation group. Michael is also an associate member of the Southeast Asia Audio-Visual Association (SAAVA) and the Screenwriters Association of Singapore.

Michael has worked in Film and TV production for a variety of companies and projects including Oscar-nominated best picture Moulin Rouge and also Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince (credited) and directed international superstar Jackie Chan for a global Unicef PSA on Avian Flu.

​​​​​​​During this #CraftersLive talk, Michael Lim shares what goes behind filmmaking, what the industry is going through at the moment (amidst Covid), how cinema will change with emerging consumer habits and what new trends he sees in independent filmmaking.

Michael is a professional filmmaker who holds a Masters in Television Drama from Goldsmiths College, University of London. He was formerly a board member of the Singapore International Film Festival for 5 years and a current board member of Silk Road Film Festival in Dublin, Ireland.

He is active in the committee of the Singapore Film Society and is the founder of the Singapore Visual Effects and Animation group. Michael is also an associate member of the Southeast Asia Audio-Visual Association (SAAVA) and the Screenwriters Association of Singapore.

Michael has worked in Film and TV production for a variety of companies and projects including Oscar-nominated best picture Moulin Rouge and also Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince (credited) and directed international superstar Jackie Chan for a global Unicef PSA on Avian Flu.

​​​​​​​During this #CraftersLive talk, Michael Lim shares what goes behind filmmaking, what the industry is going through at the moment (amidst Covid), how cinema will change with emerging consumer habits and what new trends he sees in independent filmmaking.

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Michael is a professional filmmaker who holds a Masters in Television Drama from Goldsmiths College, University of London. He was formerly a board member of the Singapore International Film Festival for 5 years and a current board member of Silk Road Film Festival in Dublin, Ireland.

He is active in the committee of the Singapore Film Society and is the founder of the Singapore Visual Effects and Animation group. Michael is also an associate member of the Southeast Asia Audio-Visual Association (SAAVA) and the Screenwriters Association of Singapore.

Michael has worked in Film and TV production for a variety of companies and projects including Oscar-nominated best picture Moulin Rouge and also Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince (credited) and directed international superstar Jackie Chan for a global Unicef PSA on Avian Flu.

​​​​​​​During this #CraftersLive talk, Michael Lim shares what goes behind filmmaking, what the industry is going through at the moment (amidst Covid), how cinema will change with emerging consumer habits and what new trends he sees in independent filmmaking.

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