Achievements

Diploma in Visual Effects and Motion Graphics (DVEMG) achievements.

Recent

 “Good Hygiene, For the Win! Video Competition"

First Prize (Tertiary Category)
Health Promotion Board

"Competition - Ordinary 
Singaporeans share how they feel about the pledge."

First Prize (Post-Sec Category)
Short Films @ SG Short Film

"From flying logos in 30 second TVCs to visual effects in 2 hour feature film, motion graphics is undoubtedly a quintessential part of the global media industry. The launch of this new course will definitely address the growing needs in the 3D digital media industry for motion graphics artists."

Vincent Ong
Managing Director Director 
IM Innovations Pte Ltd

"Singapore Polytechnic has been an avid supporter in the last 3 years with our charity film premiere.

The students and lecturers were very earnest, efficient and patient with editing our event trailer. We were very pleased with the output that is not only professional, but sleek."

Christine Ng
Communications and Partnerships Manager
Singapore After-care Association

USS halloween Horror Nights Oscare awards 2017

Winner of best “Drop dead GOREgeous Award”

Recipient:
Lim Xun Yi

DVEMG Alumni’s exploration of gender identity shortlisted for the Linbury Prize

Vivien Lau, a DVEMG graduate recently graduated from the University for the Creative Arts (UCA) Rochester with a BA (Hons) Design for Theatre, Film & Performance, was one of just 25 students to be shortlisted for the prestigious Linbury Prize for Stage Design 2017. The work she submitted for the award was inspired by the Greek comedy ‘Lysistrata’ by Aristophanes, and included a dance film and installation, together with costume design. Vivien explains: “’Lysistrata’ is about a group of women who implement a sex-strike to stop the war between Sparta and Athens. The play touches on gender stereotypes, and explores how after being underestimated by men, the women went on to change the course of history.”

Recipient:
Vivien Lau (2013)

DVEMG Film wins BEST VISUAL EFFECTS in 2017 NYFA Awards

“Breath” a film by our Diploma in Visual Effects and Motion Graphics students clinched the Best Visual Effects at the 2017 National Youth Film Award ceremony. Competing with other polytechnics and universities, the film is the only polytechnic team to win an award! Along with 8 other nominated SP teams, Breath was also nominated for the Best Colour Grading award.

Recipients:
Koh Ziwei, John Huang Yung Ting, Bharathi Priya and Nur Huda Jasni

DVEMG Alumni wins Best New Director accolade at China short film festival

A bittersweet film about organ donation by a Singaporean film student has won an award in China's first national-level awards for short films.

Titled Seed, the 16-minute film is written and directed by Alvin Lee, 25, and ex DVEMG student, who is studying directing at the Beijing Film Academy.

His work beat 10,000 other submissions to win the Best New Director Award at the China Short Film Golden Hummingbird Awards. He received the trophy at an award ceremony on Dec 10 at Oriental Salt Lake City in Changzhou.

Recipient:
Alvin Lee Chang Rong

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The Crowbar Awards (Bronze in Art Direction)

Organised by the Association of Accredited Advertising Agents Singapore (4As), the Crowbar Awards is an annual platform for emerging young creatives to showcase their best works and learn from their peers. Established in 2001, it called on students to “grab a crowbar and break into the industry”. It quickly became a rich hunting ground for fresh talent—until today, winners are much sought after by prospective employers.
Recipients:
GEOY JING SIANG ALAN, WONG JIN CHENG, KEANE TAN, VANESSA ONG PEI YU, THENG KIAN MING, CHARLES LOOI CHUN HOE

Liberty Street Safety Competition

DVEMG 2nd year students won 3rd prize of $3000 in this competition that is open to all local and private institutions.

Recipients:
Abdul Fattah, Muhammad Ashraf, Dave Oscar Aquino

Halloween Horror Nights 2015

Once again our DVEMG whipped out their make up kits to pain and sculpt the scare actors of Halloween Horror Night 2015. A collaboration with Resort World Sentosa, our students are trained for more than a month by some of the best in the business before putting their work on show for the general public.

Participants:
DVEMG 2015 Year 2 students

DVEMG Alumni, James Ng Junhao from Class of 2015 received the Nanyang Scholarship

Nanyang Scholarship

Recipient:
James Ng Junhao

DVEMG Alumni, accepted into Beijing Film Academy, Department of Directing

Heartiest congratulations to our DVEMG Alumni, Alvin Lee (first from left in picture), for being accepted by Beijing Film Academy, Department of Directing and a chance of scholarship by the China Government for being one of the top candidates!

 

Recipient:
Alvin Lee

DVEMG students helps in effects makeup for Universal Studios Singapore - Halloween Horror Nights 2014

During this term break, our second year students from the Diploma in Visual Effects and Motion Graphics (DVEMG) course have been hard at work training to be special effects make-up artists at Resorts World Sentosa, for the Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Studios Singapore!

 

Participants:
Year 2 DVEMG students

DVEMG students involves in video production and support for SITF ICM INDUSTRY GALA DINNER 2014

SiTF has successful held the ICM Industry Gala Dinner and SiTF Awards Ceremony on 9 October 2014 at Resort World Sentosa. Some 600 industry leaders, professionals and friends attended the event and DVEMG year 3 students have helped provide the necessary visuals on stage!

 

Participants:
Alyn Geoy, Keane Tan, Vanessa Loretta,J C Wong, Austing Teng, Charles Looi

DVEMG Short Film “Dispher” wins Crowbar 2014 Awards

Congratulations to the "Dishper" team, each of the students get 3 certificates! They have won TWO Bronze Awards - "Cinematography" and "Editing", and Finalist for "Short Film". Well Done!!

 

Recipients:
Zhang Han, Chan Xinyu, Daniel Tan, Yap Wen Hui

Chosen as one of the 24 global finalists to be screened at The Isobel Bader Theatre in Toronto

Diploma in Visual Effects and Motion Graphics (DVEMG) student, Chew Keng Hao’s short film "Phamtasm" has been chosen as one of the 24 global finalists to be screened at The Isobel Bader Theatre in Toronto, Victoria University, Canada on May 23rd 2014!

Heartiest congratulations to Chew Keng Hao, our talented Diploma in Visual Effects and Motion Graphics (DVEMG) student!

Keng Hao and his classmate, Charles Looi also won Third Prize at the recent TwentyFour 2014 film competition sponsored by Canon.

Recipients:
Chew Keng Hao, Charles Looi

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