Personal Voices Within Collective Narratives

In the second seminar of History Festival 2012, leading film director Riri Riza and award-winning playwright Chong Tze Chien will talk about the use and importance of history and historical sources in film and the dramatic arts. A prize presentation will also be held at the end of the seminar for winners of the Hi-Story My Story Filmmaking Competition. Congratulations once again to the winning schools!

  • First prize (S$800 cash prize): The Fullerton Building. By Ryan Sam Zhi Hao, Leong Zhiming, Toh Yu Ze, Ho Han Fan, Raffles Institution (Team 3)
  • First runner-up (S$500 cash prize): Evolution of Bras Basah Complex. By Ng Zheng Nan Ben, Matthew Goh Xin Zhi, Ryan Yeo, Luke John Lee, Singapore School of Science and Technology (Team 1)
  • Second runner-up (S$300 cash prize): The Old National Library – A Legacy to Last. By Leow Wen An, Lum Jie Le Jonathan, Ange Ng Jing Min, Mohamad Abdul Faizal B Alias, Tan Jing Xiong, Marsiling Secondary School (Team 1)
  • Second runner-up (S$300 cash prize): The Substation – An Island. By Clare Chong, Lloyd Koh, Nishok, Marcel Kempers, Singapore School of the Arts

Seminar details:

  • Date: 4th August 2012 (Saturday)
  • Registration: 1.30pm
  • Time: 2pm to 4pm
  • Venue: The Salon, Level 1, National Museum of Singapore
  • Please register at http://goo.gl/01DTZ

Published by hissocnus

The National University of Singapore (NUS) History Society is a student-run organization that aims to encourage an interest for history among NUS students and members of the public. Its members include all History majors and other NUS students interested in history. Regular projects that aim to engage NUS students include writing and editorial opportunities at the Society’s publication Mnemozine, career development programmes as well as welfare activities. NUS History Society is a student society under the Office of Student Affairs, National University of Singapore.

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