FLY - ARCHIVE - Alumni - 2015게시판 리스트
Amirul Jazli bin Jali (Brunei)
Amirul Jazli bin Jali (Brunei)
Male, Group A
amiruljazlijali@gmail.com
Universiti Brunei Darussalam(Bachelor in Art & Design Technology)

Filmography

Amirul Jazli bin Jali graduated from Universiti Brunei Darussalam, majoring in art and design Technology in 2013. During his last year, he volunteered to participate in a documentary of art exhibition, and experienced working in local video production ‘Shazanas Production’, working as an assistant producer. Then he started to open up his own studio called ‘Visionary Project’ and produce wedding videos and video adverts. He joined several video competitions, and won prizes. Recently, he won the 1st place in Scriptwriting and Short Video Competition, organized by AITI in 2015. He also had been in Myanmar as an official videographer for AYPVC (ASEAN Youth Professionals Volunteer Corps Programme). Amirul always wanted to experience the real film environment. It is hard to experience real film production in Brunei, since film is not popular in Brunei. He is looking forward to experience to learn more and apply the real production pipeline in a professional ways in FLY 2015. He is dreaming to contribute and improve film industries in Brunei, and work together with the alumni of FLY.
Hang Sokharo (Cambodia)
Hang Sokharo (Cambodia)
Male, Group A
sokharo@hotmail.com
Royal University of Phnom Penh(Bachelor in Media Management)

Filmography

HANG Sokharo was born in the country where film industry is struggling to survive and no film school exists. His interest in film was not figured out until he joined an exchange program at neighboring country, Thailand. After attending short filmmaking class, Sokharo firstly involved in filmmaking as a director of photography in film entitled Last Second. This film was selected as one of the last three finalist films in 2013 Chaktomouk Short Film Festival, the largest film festival in Cambodia. As a director of photography, he won The Best Cinematography Award. Since then his passion in film has become more visible; while he decided to direct his very first film Bubble, raising the untold social issue in Cambodia which has a universal stressful content and to revolutionize people’s idea in combating social class. Bubble was selected as one of the finalists at 2015 Tropfest SEA.
Waskitha Weninging Galih (Indonesia)
Waskitha Weninging Galih (Indonesia)
Male, Group A
waskithawgalih@gmail.com
Universitas Indonesia(Ongoing / Law major)

Filmography

Waskitha Weninging Galih is a filmmaker based in Jakarta, Indonesia. He is a self-taught filmmaker, currently finishing his last semester in Universitas Indonesia, majoring in law. He loves films so much. In his free time, he sometimes goes to the nearest cinema and watch films which don’t have any audience in the studio except him. He enjoys the private-cinema feels, no matter how bad the film is. His favorite films range from the award-winning animation film,Finding Nemo, to the Indonesian small-budget art house film called Rocket Rain. Waskitha has made two short films, both received awards from various festivals. His first short film, called Sangkala, is a sci-fi drama film exploring the theme of regret and redemption. The second film called I’m Fine is a drama film dealing with human rights, specifically the reception of Indonesian society on the LGBTQ community. Beside short films, he also created videos commercially such as company profiles, interviews, and wedding videos.
Sudsada Sengmanephone (Lao PDR)
Sudsada Sengmanephone (Lao PDR)
Female, Group A
petnoy_yunho@hotmail.com
Lao National University(Bachelor in Computer)

Filmography

Sudsada SENGMANEPHONE was born in Anou Village, Vientiane Capital. She studied about information technology from Lao National University, and graduated in 2013. She is working at Publicity Film and Promotion Division, Lao Department of Cinema, Ministry at Information, Culture and Tourism. She has been working there for 3 years. Her responsibility is announcing information and activity to website, Facebook, and YouTube. She really loves to watch films since she was young, and that’s why she works at Lao Department of Cinema. She pursues to know how to make films and learns from her co-worker who gets used to make films. She also assisted to make the other films such as Pha ThatLuang as Lao people’s soul center as an assistant director, assistant cameramen, and coordinator, Lao Entertainment Award 2013 as an editor. She wants to become the expert as an editor and photographer in future.
Sharifah Aleysha binti Syed Zainal Rashid (Malaysia)
Sharifah Aleysha binti Syed Zainal Rashid (Malaysia)
Female, Group A
leysha_tate@yahoo.com
Sunway University(Diploma in Performing Arts)

Filmography

Born into a family of both art and business, Sharifah Aleysha, has been in the Malaysian film industry since she was 9 years old. Interested in both film and theatre, Aleysha has spent most of time working under all kinds of different productions, learning her way around the local industry. The most prominent her work was acting in the film named Muallaf directed by Yasmin Ahmad. Aleysha graduated from Sunway University’s Department of Performance and Media with a diploma in performing arts. She directed her first short film Diri as part of her final year project, and the film would eventually be shortlisted in the top ten at the annual BMW Short Film Competition. Aleysha hopes to further her studies in near future to help the growth of production company, Kelip-Kelip Arts Sdn. Bhd, owned by her family.
Aung Htet (Myanmar)
Aung Htet (Myanmar)
Male, Group A
kenchan9227@hotmail.com
Myanmar Media Development Center(Diploma in TV Broadcasting)

Filmography

Aung Htet was born on October 27, 1992. He has been living in Yangon, Myanmar throughout his life. He has dreamed of being a filmmaker since he was a teenager. In 2013, he had a chance to join MMDC (Myanmar Media Development Center), and started filming short films, documentary projects, and also some music videos. In 2014, he worked in MRTV-4 as a camera crew. He was working as a member of team in ‘Myanmar’s Got Talents’ TV show and a crew of The Great Myanmar 3D Documentary filmed by EBS channel in Korea and MRTV-4. After 6 months, he resigned form MRTV-4 to become a freelance filmmaker and photographer. In 1st June, 2015, he applied as a training coordinator at MMDC, and now he is sharing a lot of knowledge to his students. Now he has two lifestyles: in weekdays, he is a training coordinator in MMDC, but in weekends he is a freelance filmmaker and photographer. In future, he wants to go all around Myanmar and make films about how beautiful it is.
Andrei Karoly A. Hernandez (Philippines)
Andrei Karoly A. Hernandez (Philippines)
Female, Group A
cine.amayahan@gmail.com
University of San Carlos(Bachelor in Fne Arts)

Filmography

Andrei Karoly Hernandez (better known as 'Amaya Han') is a filmmaker based in the Philippines. Growing up with cineaste family, Amaya has been interested in filmmaking since she was a child. Amaya was one of the pioneering cinema graduates of the University of San Carlos, where she was a part of the foundation of its first cinema student organization, Cinemata Student Film Society. She also was elected as the President of Cinemata Student Film for two consecutive terms. Between 2012 and 2015, her film collaborations have been selected and/or awarded in various local and international film festivals. For being active in the art scene, particularly in cinema, Amaya was awarded as the sole Outstanding Artist in the 2013 BPI Search for Ten Outstanding Pinoy Expat Children. During her breaks from filmmaking, she spends time with her other hobbies and interests: poetry, flute, violin, piano, arnis, kenjutsu, archery, and marksmanship.
Lin Junxian(Shoki) (Singapore)
Lin Junxian(Shoki) (Singapore)
Male, Group A
shokiz@hotmail.com
Nanyang Technological University(Bachelor in Digital Filmmaking)

Filmography

Shoki is a young and driven individual, whose passion for filmmaking stems from his love of making things since he was young. Upon getting introduced to filmmaking, Shoki started to create video projects and short films at the age of 12. Having no formal training or education in filmmaking, Shoki has grown through the production of his own short films with a group of close knit friends and family members. Shoki not only directs his own short films, but also writes, produces, edits, and creates music for his films. Shoki finds that filmmaking is a culmination of various art forms coming together as a medium for storytelling that becomes not only a visual experience for the audience but also an emotional one. His big dream is to produce and direct a feature length film in Singapore one day. Shoki is currently 20 years old and is a first year student in the School of Art Design and Media in Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.
Verapath PAKAYANGKUL (Thailand)
Verapath PAKAYANGKUL (Thailand)
Male, Group A
artt_kung@hotmail.com
Thammasat University(Ongoing / Photography & Cinematography)

Filmography

Verapath PAKAYANGKUL found that he loved photography and videography when he was in 10th grade. Then he and his friends started to set up the high school short film club in their school. Even though they didn’t have enough skills to make a good film, they enjoyed it so much. Three years later, Verapath started college at Thammasat University, studying in Faculty of Journalism and Mass Communication, majoring in cinematography and photography. Not so long after that, he got an opportunity of joining his senior film in various positions in several films. This inspired him to strive for making of his own film and become a good filmmaker someday.
Du Ngan Linh (Vietnam)
Du Ngan Linh (Vietnam)
Female, Group A
nganlinh93@gmail.com
National Economics University(Bachelor in Foreign Trade)

Filmography

Du Ngan Linh started her first project as a documentary director but then she found herself major success with the first short film named Dear Daddy as a screenwriter. Graduated with bachelor degree for National Economics University of Vietnam - the college which is not related to media industry but then she decided to chase her career path in film industry. Her latest short film, Be quite (Original name: Yen Lang) - where she worked as director and screenwriter, won The Best Film award in WAFM Spring 2015 held by TPD Centre, the largest filmmakers community in Vietnam. Linh is interested in people's stories, art, culture, and film. She was an awardee from Indonesian Arts & Cultural Scholarship 2015 and had spent 3 months there to travel and learn about Indonesian traditional arts. She now lives in Hanoi.