March 13, 2017 - No Comments!

Behind the Scenes of Our Video Production with MCI for Budget 2017

Earlier this year, we were approached by the good people of the Ministry of Communications and Information (MCI) to produce a video that will be shown in Parliament by Minister Yaacob Ibrahim.

Behind the Scenes of our filming at the General Assembly Spacemob office.

The occasion: The Committee of Supply debate as part of Budget 2017.

The focus: To bring out the human stories that showcase the impact and benefits of the various schemes and initiatives that MCI and its agencies have put forth in 2016.

The challenge: Potentially short turnaround time (because the date for Budget 2017 has not been released yet) and needed many levels of coordination and cooperation among the boards and agencies to reach out to the interview profiles (kudos to the MCI team for bringing all this together!).

Behind the Scenes... and all hands on deck.

With the happy Senior Citizens of Toa Payoh West CC post-filming.
"Happy Can Already! 欢喜就好!"

It was our first time working with the team from MCI and to quote one of our featured interviewees, Hakim, "It's been an unbelievable journey".

From the get go, the MCI team had a very clear brief for us, with visual references that gave us a good understanding of the look and feel they were going for. This allowed us to propose a filming treatment as well as infographic animation style that delivers statistics in a fun and integrated way.

We knew from the start that the human element is very important, which guided us on our pre-interview and scripting process with each profile, as well as our recommendations for the types of statistics to be paired.

Behind the Scenes of our video filming with our Senior Citizen profile at the Toa Payoh West CC.

The selected interviewees were colourful characters from all walks of life and were able to speak passionately and authentically about their experiences - which is an essential trait for any profile-driven video (and corporate video as well). Props again to the various agencies for this!

Behind the Scenes of our video filming at the Clementi Public Library.

Behind the Scenes of our video filming at the Clementi Public Library.

The other pleasantly surprising elements that made this whole video production process a positive and energised one was the high level of mutual trust, respect and appreciation between our team and the clients that was established very early on in the process.

For us, it was very encouraging to experience the spirit of collaboration where our clients were open to our suggestions, trusted our recommendations and respected the need for time and resources to get the quality of work we've promised.

At the same time, it was also a joy working with the MCI team as it was clear they were taking firm ownership of the project and were able to take decisive actions through the whole process.

Our Gaffer, Ah Lim, being our poster boy for the IMDA Silver Infocomm Initiative!

This was also demonstrated on the ground during filming as everyone involved from MCI and the agencies were chipping in in whatever capacity they could offer to make sure we get the best footage for the video.

Need a Hokkien dialect interviewer? Check!

Need to access another Ministry's exhibition gallery the next day and after working hours? We're on it!

Original interviewee pulls out the day before? No problem, we'll find someone!

Behind the Scenes of our video filming at the Kampong Kembangan Community Club, talking about the IMDA Silver Infocomm Initiative.

Behind the Scenes of our video filming at the Kampong Kembangan Community Club with our sporting interviewee and friends.

That's a wrap! Director Dany with our interviewee and friends at the Kampong Kembangan Community Club.

So, despite the little hiccups here and there (uncertainties are pretty much part and parcel of video production life!), the shoots ran smoothly, we were able to get the edit previews out on schedule and the first cut preview went really well.

By the time the almost-finalised video went up to Minister Yaacob Ibrahim for his preview, the response was very positive. All because of the clarity and enthusiasm from all sides from day one.

We've even developed a few... #hashtag in-jokes. But those are strictly off the record 😉

Behind the Scenes of our video filming at the cool GovTech Hive office.

What a great way to kick off 2017 for us (as we looked back at MCI's milestones in 2016 with this video). Here's to more fulfilling work and collaborations in the months to come!

Check out the video here:

 


For more about the corporate videos, commercials and video marketing work we do at Intuitive, please visit https://www.intuitivefilms.com

For our latest news and happenings, check out https://www.intuitivefilms.com/blog
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Behind the Scenes of our video production for the Ministry of Communications and Information (MCI) Budget 2017 Parliament Video, as part of Minister Yaacob Ibrahim's presentation.

 

February 2, 2017 - No Comments!

Welcome to the NEW Intuitive Films Website!

Intuitive Films is celebrating our 10th year in business this 2017 and we are excited to usher in our milestone year with a brand new website!

For the past decade, Intuitive has remained focused, tight-knit and nimble. For a production company that has remained specialised in client work involving corporate videos, commercials, marketing, outreach and brand awareness videos for a wide variety of clients (with selective forays into broadcast television) we have consistently 'punched above our weight' in delivering quality videos and satisfying production experiences for those who had trusted us with their projects.

As we continue to grow the team and our service offerings, 2017 looks to be a year of transformation.

On top of continuing to amplify our current and new clients' presence through video production, we will also be reaching out more to get our voice heard, so as to share more of what we know using the communication expertise we have honed over the years.

Video Production Singapore by Intuitive. Behind the Scenes of the Mane & Tail Commercial Production.

Video Production Singapore by Intuitive. Behind the Scenes of the Mane & Tail Commercial Production.

Here's a big THANK YOU to all those who have been with us through the past 10 years: Clients who believed in us (some of whom have become our friends); freelancers and partners who continue to support us with their exceptional work and professionalism (as well as their generosity of spirit and camaraderie); interns and staff whom we hope have reaped much more than they have sowed (and continue to do greater things with what they've gained); and friends and family members who've journeyed with us through all the ups and downs.

As we tidy up the small details from our website overhaul, we promise that more is to come in the following weeks and months.

Watch this space. Akan Datang!


For more about the commercial and client work we do over at Intuitive, visit https://www.intuitivefilms.com

For our latest news and happenings, check out https://www.intuitivefilms.com/blog
(Click on the book icon on the top right corner for more details)

 

March 22, 2016 - No Comments!

Intuitive Goes to Skool!

Working with tiny animals AND little kids? Checked!

We were recently engaged by NTUC My First Skool to conceptualize and produce their rebranding promotional video, as part of their major brand refresh.

Working closely with their imaginative brand story, we created an emotive and uplifting video that reflects their values and mission in nurturing children like the little seedlings that they are.

The video is part of their revamped website and is also promoted through social media and YouTube.

We are very happy to share with you the full-length and 30-second commercial versions, plus some behind-the-scenes photos from our shoot over at their spacious and beautiful new skool over at Punggol Waterway Point!

 

NTUC My First Skool Brand Refresh Video: Behind-the-scenes. Director Dany with our main talent, as we set up our first scene of the day.

NTUC My First Skool Brand Refresh Video: Behind-the-scenes.
Director Dany with our main talent, as we set up our first scene of the day.

 

NTUC My First Skool Brand Refresh Video: Behind-the-scenes. Amazingly cute scene as the boys ran up and down, laughing and giggling, take after take, with gusto!

NTUC My First Skool Brand Refresh Video: Behind-the-scenes.
Amazingly cute scene as the boys ran up and down, laughing and giggling, take after take, with gusto!

 

NTUC My First Skool Brand Refresh Video: Behind-the-scenes. Setting up the scene over at Punggol Waterway Point.

NTUC My First Skool Brand Refresh Video: Behind-the-scenes.
Setting up the scene over at Punggol Waterway Point.

 

NTUC My First Skool Brand Refresh Video: Behind-the-scenes. Director Dany in action during the 'going home' scene.

NTUC My First Skool Brand Refresh Video: Behind-the-scenes.
Director Dany in action during the 'going home' scene.

 

NTUC My First Skool Brand Refresh Video: Behind-the-scenes. Beautiful weather and great scenery for our evening shoot at the park.

NTUC My First Skool Brand Refresh Video: Behind-the-scenes.
Beautiful weather and great scenery for our evening shoot at the park.

 

NTUC My First Skool Brand Refresh Video: Behind-the-scenes. Director Dany and our teacher-child pair, as we finish our evening scenes under the golden hour sunshine.

NTUC My First Skool Brand Refresh Video: Behind-the-scenes.
Director Dany and our teacher-child pair, as we finish our evening scenes under the golden hour sunshine.


For more about the commercial and client work we do over at Intuitive, check out https://www.intuitivefilms.com/

March 4, 2016 - No Comments!

Let Intuitive Show You The Way to an Exciting Media Career

Media Development Authority - Media Education Scholarship Promo Video

Media Development Authority - Media Education Scholarship Promo Video

 

Calling all aspiring media industry professionals - application for the Media Education Scholarship is now open!

Check out the promotional video we produced for the Media Development Authority, featuring four media professionals in various creative sectors who have all taken their media journeys further and higher with the support of the Scholarship.

Whether you're into filmmaking, game design, animation, motion graphics or audio design - and regardless of whether you're a budding young creative mind or a working professional looking to level up - this Scholarship can help take you places.

Visit http://www.mda.gov.sg/mes for more details now!


For more about the commercial and client work we do over at Intuitive, check out https://www.intuitivefilms.com/

December 5, 2015 - No Comments!

Walk the Silver Screen Awards Red Carpet LIVE with Intuitive

Catch award-winning film directors, international star Michelle Yeoh, and local artistes Zoe Tay and Desmond Tan at their glamorous best this evening!

Catch our final livestreaming show that will be coming to you from the Silver Screen Awards Red Carpet over at Marina Bay Sands via YouTube Live on 05 December at 4:00PM.

 

Collaborating with the Media Development Authority of Singapore (MDA), Intuitive Films will be livestreaming from four different events at this year's Singapore Media Festival. Join us for more in the coming week as well!

Find out more at: http://www.sgmediafestival.com

For more video production work that we do, check out https://www.intuitivefilms.com/

December 4, 2015 - No Comments!

Intuitive brings Alfie x Marcus to You LIVE! from Digital Matters

YouTube Social Stars Alfie Deyes and Marcus Butler meet their fans in Singapore for the first time - and Intuitive is going to bring them LIVE to your screens!

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Catch our livestreaming show that will be coming to you from the Digital Matters Superfans Friday event over at Suntec Singapore Convention & Exhibition Centre via YouTube Live on 04 December at 4:00PM.

(Singapore Time, +8 GMT)

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Find out more at: http://www.sgmediafestival.com

December 2, 2015 - No Comments!

Intuitive Goes LIVE at the Asia TV Forum & Market

Intuitive continues to bring you the LIVE happenings at this year's Singapore Media Festival!

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Catch exclusive sneak previews to upcoming Singapore films & TV programmes. Plus, find out what goes on in a TV and Film content market!

 

Catch TWO livestreaming shows that will be coming to you from the Asia TV Forum & Market via YouTube Live on 02 December at 11:00AM and 1:30PM.

(Singapore Time, +8 GMT)

 

11:00AM Livestream

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1:30PM Livestream

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Collaborating with the Media Development Authority of Singapore (MDA), Intuitive Films will be livestreaming from four different events at this year's Singapore Media Festival. Join us for more in the coming week as well!

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Find out more at: http://www.sgmediafestival.com

November 26, 2015 - No Comments!

Go LIVE with Intuitive at the Singapore Media Festival!

Livestreaming on YouTube Live for the Singapore Media Festival 2015.

Livestreaming on YouTube Live for the Singapore Media Festival 2015.

Coming to you LIVE from Marina Bay Sands, Singapore, we bring to you the glamorous Opening Red Carpet event of the Singapore International Film Festival (SGIFF) 2015.

Catch our opening livestream on YouTube Live on 26 November at 7:00PM.

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Hosted by Eden Ang, the live show will include exclusive interviews with the celebrities and filmmakers in attendance for the international premiere of the SGIFF opening film PANAY at the Sands Theatre.

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Catch the chance to see Sonia Sui Tang, Yeo Yann Yann, Georgina Chang, Julie Tan and more personalities as they walk down the red carpet.

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Collaborating with the Media Development Authority of Singapore (MDA), Intuitive Films will be livestreaming from four different events at this year's Singapore Media Festival. Join us for more in the coming week as well!

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Find out more at: http://www.sgmediafestival.com

September 1, 2015 - No Comments!

Through the Intuitive Curator’s Eyes

The Singapore International Festival of Arts is currently underway, as it returns for its second edition with the theme of POST-Empires.

But before this year's edition kicked off, we were busy behind the scenes, capturing all the action, planning and rehearsals that were taking place to bring this year's Festival to audiences.

Go into the mind of Festival Director Ong Keng Sen as he shares with us his philosophy, inspiration and ambitions for SIFA in Through the Curator's Eyes, a series all about this year's Festival and Singapore's performing arts scene.

Through the Curator's Eyes - TV Series on the Singapore International Festival of Arts 2015

Catch the final episode of this 4-part television series over on MediaCorp Okto
2 September (Wednesday) at 10:00pm

It features Kumar and his groundbreaking stand-up performances of Kumar's Living Together in the heartlands, which also stars fellow comedians Koh Chieng Mun, Zaliha Hamid, Sharul Channa and Shane Mardjuki.

Also, catch dance doyen Madam Goh Lay Kuan, as she stages her first dance choreography in 20 years with Returning, an epic multicultural piece that brings together various dance traditions and dance practitioners across generations.

KUMAR'S LIVING TOGETHER, a performance from the Singapore International Festival of Arts 2015

Missed the television broadcast of the earlier episodes?
Not to worry, you can now catch the entire series for free and on-demand on Toggle!
http://tv.toggle.sg/en/okto/shows/through-the-curator-s/episodes

 
In Episode 1, we get ready for the launch of The O.P.E.N., SIFA's pre-festival event. It kicked off with the photography exhibition The Price of Neglect by Lu Guang. We also met up with Alec Tok, who is directing NANYANG, The Musical.

 

In Episode 2, we were at the Tanjong Pagar Railway Station for the launch of 15 Stations, an augmented reality visual installation by Noorlinah Mohamed. We also joined Neo Swee Lin, Siti Khalijah Zainal and Marcia Vanderstraaten at their rehearsals to chat about Hotel, this year's festival commission staged by W!LD Rice. Natalie Hennedige and Michelle Tan also brought us into their visually and musically striking world of Versus.

 

In Episode 3, we joined director Wang Cong as he rehearsed with his ensemble made up entirely of current acting students from LASALLE College of the Arts for the staging of Revolutionary Model Play 2.0. Director Koh Heng Leun, writer Jean Tay and actor Jo Tan shared with us the stories and memories that make up It Won't Be Too Long, which will be staged as a Forum Theater in the heartlands, as well as a pre-dawn performance over at the Bukit Brown Cemetery.

RETURNING, a dance commission from the Singapore International Festival of Arts 2015