Team: Ah Girl

  Geck Geck Priscilla ANG  Director  Geck Geck Ang’s first short film, BROKEN CRAYON, won Best Fiction at 2013’s Singapore ShortFilm Awards and traveled to festivals worldwide. She later attended the Asian Film Academy in Busan and directed two other short films, HAPPY BIRTHDAY (2014) and THREE LITTLE PIGS (2014).

Geck Geck Priscilla ANG
Director

Geck Geck Ang’s first short film, BROKEN CRAYON, won Best Fiction at 2013’s Singapore ShortFilm Awards and traveled to festivals worldwide. She later attended the Asian Film Academy in Busan and directed two other short films, HAPPY BIRTHDAY (2014) and THREE LITTLE PIGS (2014).

  Sharon NG  Producer   Sharon Ng was General Manager of Singapore's first independent cinema, Sinema, and project manager for Singapore National Youth Film Awards in 2015. She has co-produced commissioned short films for National Arts Council (Singapore) such as UTTER (2014) and has organized The 48 Hour Film Project Singapore 2014 and Shnit International Short Film Festival (Singapore).

Sharon NG
Producer


Sharon Ng was General Manager of Singapore's first independent cinema, Sinema, and project manager for Singapore National Youth Film Awards in 2015. She has co-produced commissioned short films for National Arts Council (Singapore) such as UTTER (2014) and has organized The 48 Hour Film Project Singapore 2014 and Shnit International Short Film Festival (Singapore).

  Fran BORGIA  Producer  Fran Borgia (Spain) founded Akanga Film Asia in Singapore and produced feature films such as Ho Tzu Nyen’s HERE (2009, Cannes Directors’ Fortnight), Vladimir Todorovic’s DISAPPEARING LANDSCAPE (2013, Rotterdam), K. Rajagopal's A YELLOW BIRD (2016, Cannes Critics’ Week) and Boo Junfeng's SANDCASTLE (2010, Cannes Critics’ Week) and APPRENTICE (2016, Cannes Un Certain Regard).   

Fran BORGIA
Producer

Fran Borgia (Spain) founded Akanga Film Asia in Singapore and
produced feature films such as Ho Tzu Nyen’s HERE (2009, Cannes
Directors’ Fortnight), Vladimir Todorovic’s DISAPPEARING LANDSCAPE (2013, Rotterdam), K. Rajagopal's A YELLOW BIRD (2016, Cannes Critics’ Week) and Boo Junfeng's SANDCASTLE (2010, Cannes Critics’ Week) and APPRENTICE (2016, Cannes Un Certain Regard).