Animated Sundays: Afterline

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Afterline
A story by Afiq Danial Sham, Keng Chia Jin, Tan Mei Qi, Nursyafiqah Binten Jusman, Serene Lee Si Yun, Muhammad Khairulnizam, Yee Si Jie, Wong Kin Key
Singapore Polytechnic

“Mei Ling is a ghost, who wanders a hospital, searching for something. One night, she chances upon a mysterious figure, who escorts other souls of the departed to the AfterLife. Believing that this Grim Reaper is her way out of her problem, she follows him around the hospital as he reaps his souls, seeking his help. However, there is more to Mei Ling’s condition than meets the eye…”

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Animated Sundays: Mamma Mia

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Mamma Mia
A story by Choo Wen Xin, Eugene Yeoh, Pamela Lai, Sharon Mok
Singapore Polytechnic

“A hungry girl, Mia, attempts to steal bread from the grumpy baker. After several failed attempts she finally sees an opportunity to achieve her goal.”

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Animated Sundays: LaLutte

LaLutte
Hong Gah Yain, Director, Writer, Producer, Animation
Jasmine Lim Sy Shing, Producer, Animation
LASALLE College of the Arts

“The story is about a collaboration between 2 trapeze performers and how their egos are more important than the collective outcome.
If history can teach us something, it is that people never learn their lesson because they refuse to accept the fact that they have done something wrong. 
Our influence and inspiration come from the world around us and our observation of human behaviour. We are very motivated by our social and cultural environment. Overall aesthetics and style were inspired by Madagascar (2012), Kungfu Panda (2012), Presto (2008) and Ratatouille (2007).
 The film took 5 months to fully complete, from concept to final production.”

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Animated Sundays: Irma

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Irma
A story by Ng Wan Hian, Phang Hai Ping, Chan Yan Min, Lim Hui Min
Singapore Polytechnic

“Irma, an old lady who lives in the rubbish dump, goes on her usual routine to pick up rubbish after the rubbish truck arrives. However, that day, she discovers a mysterious monkey that turned her into her younger self.”

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Animated Sundays: Kitbash Kid



Kitbash Kid
Jun’an and Huang Jingyu
LASALLE College of the Arts

“The story is about a friendship between a boy and a robot. Jun Bao a Chinese boy who lives on a typical 1960s Singapore housing estate. He enjoys making small robots until one day he found the parts he needs for a big robot. The robot that he made is curious about the world around it. Jun Bao began to test his robot to ensure that it is functional. However the curiosity of the robot brings not only joy but trouble to the boy.”

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