Story & Content Creation (SCC)
My Buddy Bonemasher
He is obsessed with wrestling and when one of his drawings of a wrestler manifests into an imaginary friend, Bonemasher, his life is turned upside down. This children’s drama series was conceptualised by a group of Year 3 students as part of their
Final Year Project. Of which, two of them, went on to work with Beach House Pictures to further develop the show. The show won Singapore's Best Children's Content at the Asian Creative Academy Awards 2021, and was nominated for Best Kid’s Programme
at Content Asia Awards.
The Urban Revolution
The Urban Revolution is an infotainment series on youth urban subcultures, conceptualised by Year 3 students for their Final Year Project. It was subsequently commissioned by Mediacorp under the Young Creators’ Project. The 6-episode web series
premiered on Mediacorp’s MeWatch.
The Leon Theory
Leon has zero experience with girls. He went to an all boys’ primary and secondary school and at home, it’s just him and his dad. In a twist of fate, Leon ends up in The Insider, the school’s E-Magazine run entirely by girls. Follow
Leon as he video blogs about his personal insights about a subject he knows absolutely nothing about… girls.
The Leon Theory is an original web series by teens, for teens. The concept was first pitched by Year 3 students as part
of their Final Year Project and then further developed over 2 modules, involving more than 40 students. An open casting call was done in SP that resulted in an almosyt all-SP students cast. The final 12 x 8-minute web series is a co-production with
Big 3 Media and was shown on Mediacorp’s MeWatch.
They Pay You For That!
They Pay You For That?! is a kids web edu-tainment series where our four young hosts discover and experience unconventional jobs and learn about science along at the way. This is conceptualised by Year 3 students as part of their Final Year Project.