NAME: William Chan
WHAT YOU DO: I’m a creative director / film director / visual artist.
WHERE YOU FROM/ LIVE: Singapore
WHAT’S YOUR PHILOSOPHY TO HOW YOU LIVE YOUR LIFE: Do what thou wilt.
WHAT WILL YOU BE DOING FOR THIS PROJECT: Writing and directing.
HOW DID YOU CONCEPTUALISE THIS: It’s roughly based on the beauty of violent movements in a very short moment in time.
HOW DOES MAX TAN’S DESIGNS INFLUENCE YOUR END PRODUCT/ FILM: I really like the form and the drama in his design.
WHAT IS THE INSPIRATION BEHIND WHAT YOU WILL BE DOING FOR THIS PROJECT: Exorcism.
TELL US MORE ABOUT YOUR WORK: I’m constantly trying to find interesting angles to project my ideas.
WHAT INSPIRED YOU TO DO WHAT YOU DO: The excitement of making an idea into reality.
WHAT ELSE DO YOU DO: Skating, guitaring and parenting.
SHOW US A COUPLE OF LINKS/VIDEOS THAT INSPIRE YOU: The opening title for ‘Trainspotting’ by tomato, it’s looks rather simple for today’s standard but this 12sec inspired me to start exploring on moving visuals. Bjork’s ‘All is full of love’ directed by Chris Cunningham, it’s been a decade and it still looks amazing. Madonna’s ‘Rain’ by Mark Romanek, Stanley Kubrick’s ’2001 SPACE ODYSSEY’, Wong Kar Wai’s ‘In the mood for love’
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