A dance film with a mix of hip-hop, breakdancing, tai chi and parkour won three awards at the 33rd Hong Kong Film Awards yesterday. A crazy mix, right? Well it was befitting the Chinese translation of the title, roughly ‘A crazy dance style’, or ‘crazy dancing.’

A truly promising filmmaker to look out for from the Hong Kong Film Awards announcement yesterday: Best new director Adam Wong 黃修平 for ‘The Way We Dance’


In just a little over a year, the online short film portal Viddsee launched by two former National University of Singapore undergraduates has crossed 5 million unique viewers.
Launch in Feb 2013, the site now has over 10 dedicated channels showcasing the work of film-making talents from Hong Kong, Japan, Philippines, Singapore, Malaysia, Cambodia, Indonesia and Thailand.

Home-grown short film portal Viddsee crosses 5 million viewers

In just a little over a year, the online short film portal Viddsee launched by two former National University of Singapore undergraduates has crossed 5 million unique viewers.

Launch in Feb 2013, the site now has over 10 dedicated channels showcasing the work of film-making talents from Hong Kong, Japan, Philippines, Singapore, Malaysia, Cambodia, Indonesia and Thailand.

Home-grown short film portal Viddsee crosses 5 million viewers


Singapore-based video site Viddsee has introduced a new editorial and marketing feature called BUZZ as it seeks to create more conversations around film content. This means that instead of just showcasing films on its site, Viddsee is taking steps to engage users by explaining the context for each film, so it can lead to a wider variety of responses and social sharing.

The Next Web – Short-film site Viddsee launches an editorial and marketing feature as it passes 5 million viewers
Whoa whoa whoa BUZZ was on The Next Web

Singapore-based video site Viddsee has introduced a new editorial and marketing feature called BUZZ as it seeks to create more conversations around film content. This means that instead of just showcasing films on its site, Viddsee is taking steps to engage users by explaining the context for each film, so it can lead to a wider variety of responses and social sharing.

The Next Web – Short-film site Viddsee launches an editorial and marketing feature as it passes 5 million viewers

Whoa whoa whoa BUZZ was on The Next Web


This short film was based on a true story. How did you came to find the subject?
We stumbled upon the work of Tan Ean Nee through research on leper colonies in Malaysia. She’s a former newscaster and now a full-time social worker. Through Ean Nee’s work, which includes recording oral histories from leper settlements, many children who were forced into adoption could reconnect with their biological parents from these settlements.

An interview with Venus Khor, the producer of ‘Home’ which premiered on Viddsee last week.

This short film was based on a true story. How did you came to find the subject?

We stumbled upon the work of Tan Ean Nee through research on leper colonies in Malaysia. She’s a former newscaster and now a full-time social worker. Through Ean Nee’s work, which includes recording oral histories from leper settlements, many children who were forced into adoption could reconnect with their biological parents from these settlements.

An interview with Venus Khor, the producer of ‘Home’ which premiered on Viddsee last week.