Premiere ‘A Single Step’

This is it, here it is. After a very intensive period of filmmaking, planning and production. It was a difficult time for all the troubles we had gone through. But at the end, I’m proud and excited to see my first short film on the big screen.

So many of you came to see the short film, despite the delay caused by the disastrous A2 traffic jam I’m glad that you’ve still made it, really proud of you guys! Your support means so much to me that money can’t buy. I tried my best to make the best out of the little time and budget we had, but the most important, with a good heart.

What a pity that not everyone were there for the group picture, some left earlier.

In this occasion, I would like to thank you all who came to the CinemAsia Film Festival for the premiere of A Single Step and everybody who assisted me during the filming process.

In special Suhan Wong.

Thank you for the lovely flowers and the wine   =)

CinemAsia Film Festival Opening Ceremony

CinemAsia Film Festival 2010

This is the 4th edition of CinemAsia Film Festival in Amsterdam. I was invited for the opening ceremony with the premiere of ‘Dream Home’. When I entered the theater, I heard my name so I was like what’s going on. But it was the announcement of the directors of the FilmLab Shorts. Then festival director, Doris Yeung, gave a speech and introduced the different themes. I didn’t knew what kind of  film Dream Home is. I thought a regular drama film or something. So I was quite shocked of the opening scene. It was just the opening, and it was getting more violent. The effects were so damn realistic. Mandy was so excited. Not my thing. Another girl next to me covered her eyes with her hands. But she didn’t screamed =P

After watching Josie Ho as a killing machine, we went downstairs and tried to open the miniature house with the key we had. The price is 2 tickets to Hong kong! Susan was right after me and . . .click! Wow! The door just popped open and she screamed and everybody was looking, the camera was rolling. Amazing! I’m so happy for her. We took some photos and I think she couldn’t sleep that night.

The Ketelhuis was decorated in the sphere of ‘Dream home style’. It made me feel like Halloween. Good promotion of the premiere film! We had a drink and some snack, oh ya the snacks were horrible, sliced fingers with ketchup haha! We had a lot of fun taking pictures and I had a chat with some peeps around there like Dutch-Chinese actor Aaron Wan, and also the producer/artist Conroy Chan. It was fun talking with them!

Check out my album for more photos!

Opening day Cinemasia Amsterdam 2010

Opening of Cinemasia at the ketelhuis 2010