Ang Geck Geck Priscilla
Ang Geck Geck Priscilla (B.A. NTU, 2012) is a graduate from School of Art Design Media (ADMԻ, Nanyang Technological University of Singapore (NTU).
Her work is driven by the desire to give a voice to the weak and she believes, doing good can touch the lives of many and make the world a better place to live in.
She has directed various short films and commercial works. To name a few brands that she has worked with in the recent years, they are OCBC bank, POSB bank, Hotel Jen Tanglin and Mastercard Regional.
Broken Crayon, her debut short film, received a few accolades and won the Best Short Film award in the Singapore Short Film Festival 2013. Her recognition is also being featured in Straits Times and other online articles such as Blouin Artinfo. She is also an Alumni of Busan Asian lm academy (AFA) as a role of a director. She made a short film with other asian filmmakers in Busan, Korea in 2014. She continued on to make another two short films titled (“Little Pigs”) and (“Happy Birthday”). Little Pigs was selected to be screened in Singapore International Film Festival 2014 and D’ Panda HongKong International Film Festival 2015. It was also screened on Singapore Airlines in-fight channels for a month during the June holiday peak period.
Geck Geck has also been featured on Television, magazine and newspaper, poised as an upcoming young female director. She was mentioned in Straits Times as 30 of Singapore’s rising stars under 30 and appeared on the cover of HEY NTU! magazine. In 2016, she was featured with other panelists together with Deputy Prime Minister Tharman Shanmugaratnam in a Channel 5’s “Let’s Talk About It” to represent the rest of the younger generations and also an artist in the arts scene.
Her recent feature script, titled ‘Kinship’ which is now changed to ‘Ah Girl’ was selected to SGIFF Southeast Asian Film Lab—a story development lab—returns in 2015 headed by award-winning film producer Terence Chang (Broken Arrow, Face/Off, Red Cliff ) together with Southeast Asian filmmakers Yong Mun Chee (Singapore) and Sherad Anthony Sanchez (Philippines) as mentors. Ah Girl also won the Open SEA Fund Award 2018 in Southeast Asia Fiction Film Lab (SEAFIC) founded by Raymond Phathanavirangoon and Visra Vichit-Vadakan.
This year, she is appointed as The NXT Head of Juries for The Crowbar Awards under Film and Photography.