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Baking Troubles
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    Delon
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    Deon Ng Jun Herng
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    Koh Tze Heng Roy
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    Leong Yuan Cheng

Baking Troubles

Animation

Team Members
Deon Ng, Roy Koh, Leong Yuan Cheng, Delon New

Supervisor
Mr. Alfred
(alfred_fabian@sp.edu.sg)

Technology Used
Maya 2016, Zbrush, Photoshop

Description
It is a story about a pair of siblings who run a family bakery together. The main characters consists of a clumsy sister, Catherine and a dependable brother, Josh. One day, Josh is asked to run an errand and tasked Catherine to run the bakery alone. What will happen to Catherine when she takes on the challenge alone?

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FRANK BY OCBC
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FRANK BY OCBC

Integrated Marketing Communications

Project Title:
FRANK Savings Goal Campaign 2017

Course
Diploma in Media and Communication

Industry Partner:
FRANK by OCBC

Team Members
Class 01: Nicolas
Class 03: Joycelyn Tay, Sereenjit Kaur, Karen Gan, Yasmin Binte Mohd Shafiq Ganesan, Jasper Yue, Tan Ju Min
Class 04: Hazel Tan, Samantha Tham, Berlin Hiu, Liew Yi Jia Jade, Marcus Lee, Jewelyn Siew

Description
FRANK Account is a savings account targeted at the youth segment base of 16-29 years old. FRANK Account has a special function where customers can customize their savings goals (e.g. travel, education goals, business startup) and pre-set automatic transfer of money every desired time period into ‘savings jars’. With this unique feature, saving with FRANK becomes more convenient and we help customers achieve their goals effectively and efficiently.

Since 2011, FRANK has always been known to be the cool and funky brand that allows customers to customize their card designs. Till date, FRANK remains very well-known for its 120 card designs and only recognized as a regular account. The savings goals feature is our best kept secret and we need this unique feature to be more widely communicated.

This campaign targets millennials aged 16-29, who have started to gain financial independence. They know it’s important to save but what most of them are currently doing now is to use two different bank accounts – one for savings and one for spending. What they are not aware of is the FRANK Account can help them do both, all in one account. And they can even set and customise more than one savings goals at a time.

We want them to tap on the savings goals feature and eventually use FRANK as their primary bank account.

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Eat Your Sunblock!
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Eat Your Sunblock!

Integrated Marketing Communications

Project Title:
Eat Your Sunblock!

Course
Diploma in Media and Communication

Industry Partner:
Heliocare

Team Members
Class 01: Jonathan
Class 02: Reshma
Class 03: Ariele Tan, Clara Wong, Tan Shu Jin, Brandon Kung, Tricia Chow

Description
Heliocare is known to be the market leader in sun protection. It has the abilities to provide maximum protection by both topical and oral sun care products. The products are clinically proven and tested for safety and efficacy before launching in the market.

Heliocare Oral is probably the first oral sunblock in the market that is extensively researched and proven for safety and efficacy. Fernblock the main active ingredient was researched in Harvard Medical School for 12 years and is a patented ingredient. The efficacy of Fernblock has been published in many clinical studies, ensuring its efficacy and safety. Heliocare Oral has the ability to protect the entire skin surface from harmful UV rays, increase skin’s resistance against sunburn by up to 300%. It can also slow down premature skin aging, hyperpigmentation, wrinkles and saggy skin.

This campaign is targeted at those aged 28 and above, in particular those active in outdoor sports, office ladies and people who like to travel.
They key objectives are to increase brand awareness that there is an edible sunblock, raise curiosity about Heliocare Oral as the first line of protection against UV rays, a daily supplement to consume before heading out and by doing so, increase interest in Heliocare Oral.

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A Conversation on Death
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A Conversation on Death

Integrated Marketing Communications

Project Title:
A Conversation on Death

Course
Diploma in Media and Communication

Industry Partner:
Life Point

Team Members
Class 01: Janice
Class 02: Ka Ling
Class 03: Amaryllis Ong, Tan Yan Zhen, Nur Sheilawati, Lim Jit Koon, Olaguir Darien Angelo Paredes, Teo Jing Jie

Description
Life Point is a pioneer project set up by the Society of Sheng Hong Welfare Services that wishes to raise public awareness on the benefits of early planning for end-of-life matters. We wish to reduce the taboo on death and move people to view death as a normal part of life. We believe that life is precious and we should live it to the fullest. We want to prompt people to reflect on meaning of life. Many lessons can be drawn from such reflection.

In general, many people possess inaccurate or misleading information about death-related issues that might give rise to various insecurities. Also, many individuals do not have sufficient opportunity to examine their feelings about death in such a way that would permit them to come to terms with any discomfort or concerns they might have.

Simply put, death and dying are uncomfortable topics. Through this campaign, we wish to reduce the taboo on death and move people to view death as a normal part of life. By raising awareness of the issue, we would like to increase awareness on the importance of end-of-life preparation. We want to get people to reduce their anxiety with talking about the issues related to death and dying and equip them with ways to start the conversation if they wish to overcome the barrier on how to talk about death.

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Boarding
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    Abelina Chua
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    Grace Tan
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    Jaren Lee
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    Sabrina Lim

Boarding

Animation

Categories:
Digital Animation Films

Course:
Diploma in Digital Animation

Short Film Title:
Boarding

Team Members:
Sabrina Lim, Abelina Chua, Grace Tan, Jaren Lee

Supervisor:
Denis Tong (denis_tong@sp.edu.sg)

Technology Used
Adobe Photoshop, Adobe After Effects, Adobe Media Encoder

Description
We are PIXI DUST PRODUCTIONS, a group of year 3 Diploma in Digital Animation
students from Singapore Polytechnic. We’re working with an external client, SBS Transit
for our final year project. Our team consists of our leader, Sabrina and team members,
Abelina, Grace and Jaren. We’re working on a 2D animation in pixel style. Please stay
tuned.

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My Best Friend
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    Del Castillo Liana Sagon
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    Norhazirah Rosli
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    Tay Yee Ren

My Best Friend

Animation

Categories:
Digital Animation Films

Course:
Diploma in Digital Animation

Short Film Title:
My Best Friend

Team Members:
Del Castillo Liana Sagon, Tay Yee Ren, Norhazirah Rosli

Supervisor:
Mahathir Halim (mahathir_halim@sp.edu.sg)

Technology Used
Maya 2016, ZBrush, Photoshop CC2015, Adobe After Effects, Premier Pro

Description:

“My Best Friend” explores the concept of how growing up can affect friendship. Follow the
relationship between a young girl, Katie, and her best friend, Eve, as it gets increasingly strained over
the years. Eve is a spirit who inhabits Katie’s childhood doll and has been by Katie’s side for as long
as she can remember, but as Katie ages, she grows tired of the doll and begins to neglect it, as well
as Eve in the process. However, Eve doesn’t take it very well. Will their waning friendship withstand
the test of time?

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Best Concept
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Best Concept

Categories
Adulting-



Course
Diploma in Storytelling for TV and Digital Media

Team Members
Nivani Elangovan, Felicia Wong, Kevin Ravendran, Nur Shafiqah Binte Muhammad Nasir, Yeo Hui Qi Eunice, Nuryn Adryana Bte Abdul Halim

Description
Adulting is a web sketch comedy series about teenagers who find themselves in humorous situations relating to worries and concerns about adulthood. Each sketch starts or ends with an ‘Adulting Tip’.

B(OLD)+

Course
Diploma in Storytelling for TV and Digital Media

Team Members
Vanessa Han Shu Yi, Nur Mahirah Bte Mahmud, Nur Amira Bte Abdul Rahman, Nadhirah Bte Salim, Pang Tun Dagh

Description
B[OLD] is an infotainment web series where four extraordinary grandpas try their hand at trending activities usually done by teenagers. They will battle stereotypes and prove they are ‘#GrandpaGoals’.


Social Wire+


Course
Diploma in Storytelling for TV and Digital Media

Team Members
Alyaa Iman Imran , Nurul ‘Iman Kamil, Low Zi Qi, Farah Nur Zakiah, Koh En Lin

Description
SOCIAL WIRE is a current affairs web channel that shows how, contrary to popular belief, technology inserts itself in our past, present and future, bringing people closer.

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Best Documentary
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    One God
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    Fifteen and Married
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    As I Am

Best Documentary

Categories
One God-


Course
Diploma in Storytelling for TV and Digital Media

Team Members
Nurul ‘Iman Binte Kamil, Nuryn Adryana Binte Adbul Halim, Raphael Gabriel Chong, Chloe Ng Jer In, Megan Alessa Cecilia Garcia, Apostol, Felicia Lee Si Yun, Jael Eu Yin Kei

Description
One God is a about a Muslim boy who is recently fostered to a Christian orphanage in Lembang, Indonesia. This documentary shows that beyond race and religious differences, love does transcend all.

 

Behind Mee+



Course
Diploma in Storytelling for TV and Digital Media

Team Members
Nivani Elangovan, Koh En Lin, Hannah Lo Shu En, Nur Shafiqah Binte Muhammad Nasir, Fun Shu Yee, Sarah Wee Hui Min, Nur Mahirah Binte Mahmud

Description
In 2 weeks time, 15-year-old Widya will marry, and move away from the village she has ever known as home, Kampung Pasir Angling. 15 and Married is a documentary about growing up and puts the spotlight on women in the rural villages of Indonesia who marry early to honour their parents and religious belief.

Ordinary+



Course
Diploma in Storytelling for TV and Digital Media

Team Members
Raffaella Nathan d/o, Charles, Nur Mahirah Bte Mahmud, Raphael Gabriel Chong, Nur Amira Bte Abdul Rahman, Muhammad Danial Mirza Bin Mohamad Tahir

Description
As I Am is a documentary short that explores the theme of perseverance and independence, through the lives of 10-year-old Aloysius Gan, a para athlete in Singapore’s Boccia scene, and his father.

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Best Photojournalism
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Best Photojournalism

Categories
Restoring Hope-

Course
Diploma in Storytelling for TV and Digital Media

Team Members
Nur Amira Binte Abdul Rahman

Description
In October 2016, a fire engulfed a wet market and coffee shipo in Jurong West St 41, affecting the livelihoods of 51 stallholders. A temporary market was built. This story explores their hopes for the future.

Parks and Recreation+

Course
Diploma in Storytelling for TV and Digital Media

Team Members
Farah Nur Zakiah Binte Roslee

Description
According to the Mnistry of National Development, the space alocated to parks and nature will increase from 5,700 ha in 2010 to 7,250ha in 2030. This story explores what green spaces mean to Singaporeans.

Busking in Singapore+

Course
Diploma in Storytelling for TV and Digital Media

Team Members
Sharifah Munirah Binte Syed Hashim

Description
The busking scene in Singapore is more colourful with different types of talents. This story explores the motives of buskers, from filling time, to earning a living.

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Best Transmedia
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Best Transmedia

Categories
Please Like Me-

Course
Diploma in Storytelling for TV and Digital Media

Team Members
Raffaella Nathan, Felicia Lee Si Yun, Harinee Jayan, Lurvin Lee Wen Xin, Anna Tee Ern, Sharifah Munirah Binte Syed Hashim

Description
‘Please Like Me’ is Singapore’s first transmedia reality travel competition.

5 up and coming instagramers will travel to 5 countries. Through challenges, and live interactions on instagram, one will emerge as Singapore’s Best Instagrammer.

Social Media Links
https://www.instagram.com/pleaselikemefyp/
https://twitter.com/pleaselikemefyp

13-27-25+

Course
Diploma in Storytelling for TV and Digital Media

Team Members
Danial Mirza, Jael Eu Yin Kei, Kirstin Yip Su Jun, Nur Liyana Binte Md Ghazali, Nurul Natasha Bte Rosli, Terisha-Ann Tan

Description
Zac’s storyline in ’13-17-25′ depicts him as a student enrolled in a music diploma course. The platform of a soundcloud account where he posts his music, is consistent to his character’s story.

Music is popular amongst the younger generation, making the Soundcloud account a good platform to connect and engage the audience, through tunes from the show, as well as unreleased tracks by Zac.

Social Media Links
https://www.instagram.com/131725show
https://twitter.com/131725show

Adulting+

Course
Diploma in Storytelling for TV and Digital Media

Team Members
Nivani Elangovan, Felicia Wong, Kevin Ravendran, Nur Shafiqah Binte Muhammad Nasir, Yeo Hui Qi Eunice, Nuryn Adryana Bte Abdul Halim

Description
Adulting Asks is a video series on Instagram, where we hit the streets to ask teenagers questions related to adulthood that they may not expect.

#ActuallyAdulting is a hashtag for social media platforms, such as Twitter and Instagram.

Social Media Links
https://www.instagram.com/pleaselikemefyp/
https://twitter.com/pleaselikemefyp

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Best TV News
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Best TV News

Categories
Emoji-nation-


Course
Diploma in Storytelling for TV and Digital Media

Team Members
Yeo Hui Qi, Eunice Tan Gin Yee, Zoe Zeng Chuyu, Muhammad Danial Mirza Bin Mohamad Tahir, Low Zi Qi

Description
To celebrate Singapore’s 52nd birthday, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong launched a special National Day emoji on Twitter. When even the PM uses (endorses) the use of emotive symbols, what does it say about emojis being recognised as a new way to communicate?

Youths at Museums+


Course
Diploma in Storytelling for TV and Digital Media

Team Members
Alyaa Iman Imran, Lurvin Lee Wenxin, Chloe Ng Jer In, Nur Mahirah Binte Mahmud, Nur Amira Binte Abdul Rahman

Description
A record number of almost 4 million people visited national museums and heritage institutions in 2015 but what percentage of that number is made up of youths? This story explores what attracts young people to musuems and how much instagram-worthy photos play a part.

How Libraries Remain Relevant+


Course
Diploma in Storytelling for TV and Digital Media

Team Members
Wong Gin Ying Felicia, Kevin Ravendran, Koh En Lin, Han Shuyi Vanessa

Description
Public libraries today are much more than just a place to read and get books. Facilities now include a gym and cooking studio, like the one in Our Tampines Hub. What does it say about the need for libraries to remain relevant to attract more people to visit?