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Filmmaking Around the World on a Shoestring
Join The Working Capitol for an evening that blends art and culture with the spirit of entrepreneurship as we bring OXLAEY Media in for a behind-the-scenes discussion on video-making, collaborating, and working on the road.
Armed with only a backpack full of gear, OXLAEY Media's independent filmmaker Ryan Anderson travels the world, creating short documentary films.
On the 22nd of April, he's stopping by The Working Capitol to share his keys to success for guerrilla filmmaking, the power of co-working for filmmakers, and to screen a couple of shorts from his latest set, "The Death of George Town" from Penang, Malaysia.
5:30pm - 6:30pm: Enjoy a live music set by Yuji Kumagai of Cashew Chemists
6:30pm - 8:00pm: Hear (and see) from Ryan himself in The Commons, with refreshments & nibbles by Lime House
8:00pm onwards: The conversation continues with Ryan over at Lime House, a two-minute walk away on Jiak Chuan Road
Cash is preferred!
About OXLAEY Media
OXLAEY is a not-for-profit multimedia project. We create short videos about up-worthy people and how they express their local culture through work, beliefs, music, food, and traditions. We aspire to entertain while making a contribution towards documenting our world's heritage. Our films are shot to be mobile-phone-sized windows on the world for modern explorers.
All OXLAEY films and unedited interviews are shared for free on the internet under a Creative Commons license. We seek to cooperate with others in order to reach a larger audience and better showcase the stories and people we film.
We change the world -- by setting an example that top-quality multimedia can be produced without money; by encouraging the individuals filmed in our stories through the act of filming them; and by sharing positive, authentic stories which fuel empathy and connect us with each other.
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