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about Royston Tan

Director & Film-Maker.
Location: Central, Singapore.
Birthdate: October 5th.

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*Royston: "I'll be back in TJC very soon!"




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*1300 people were in attendance, as Royston remarked, "we had a roaring exeperience with Hwa Chong, its absolutely awesome!... a totally moving experience".





Fuhua Secondary School.




Ngee Ann Polytechnic. (rawks!)


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  • Anonymous kok yong says so:
    25/1/07 20:41  

    thanks for comming to our FuHua sec !

    u threw oni 2 posters !
    but i got 1 ! u threw wan !

    yur videos are rather intresting !
    very funny, the first wan
    the tissue paper S$1 very funny. top

  • Anonymous Japfone says so:
    25/1/07 20:42  

    Hey, your flim just rawk!

    It's really wonderful for you to show case ur flims in my school. I catching up for more of your flim.

    Take care.

    Japfone
    Fuhua Sec.2007 top

  • Anonymous Xia0monkeyz..Fuhuanites!! says so:
    25/1/07 20:42  

    hihi..i m andy..from fuhua sec..hope u produce more of gangster 15 movies..thx!..fuhua de best sck ever!! top

  • Anonymous Fuhua says so:
    25/1/07 20:43  

    Nice assembly session today. Love Cut. :D Censorship hates controversy. top

  • Anonymous Anonymous says so:
    25/1/07 23:11  

    HEY! i like your production lots! hoping to see more in future! (= all the best and may you continue to grow in the industry of flim making! you rocks! and ofcourse.. im touched by the way u express your feelings in your flim. a passionate guy. thanks dude for coming to our school. top

  • Blogger DanielleDajerk says so:
    26/1/07 00:34  

    Love the poster! And I'm not satisfied with the fishtank answer :P

    Anyway... Did some reflecting after listening to Royston's interpretation on 4:30... All I can say is... "Waahhh!"

    Cheers!
    Danielle top

  • Anonymous andy says so:
    26/1/07 19:00  

    hihi..its me andy(xia0monkeyz)
    hahas..actually i get my nick from my stead..><
    here to link u agn..hope u will come to fuhua sec agn..hope to see u soon..
    rmb..more gangster 15 tyoe of shows..hahas
    hm..if u guys dun mind..can add me at...killerdevil92@hotmail.com
    anyone will do..hee..
    stay cheerful n handsome..><
    see euu.. top

  • Anonymous andy says so:
    26/1/07 19:01  

    hihi..mind addin me??..killerdevil92@hotmail.com
    me de guy from fuhua..xia0monkeyz..andy.. top

  • Anonymous Yvonne says so:
    26/1/07 21:14  

    Hi Royston! Thank you for showcasing your brilliant works at Hwa Chong Institution. I loved the cinematography, the emotions, the brilliant colors and the messages threaded delicately through your films. We are currently studying your film 15 for GP. :) Continue making outstanding films, and making Singapore proud of you. :) top

  • Anonymous Nigel says so:
    26/1/07 22:35  

    hey royston! i only watched one of your productions, 15, and i love it! so do many of my friends. thanks for coming down to HCI top

  • Anonymous Anonymous says so:
    26/1/07 23:22  

    the filmed u showed at HCI was an eye-opener for me. im really looking 4ward to ur upcoming productions! top

  • Anonymous Anonymous says so:
    26/1/07 23:48  

    HEYY ... looking forward to the papaya sisters performing !! :) top

  • Anonymous Anonymous says so:
    27/1/07 00:07  

    hello..i think you're a cool director, looking 4ward to watching more of your productions! top

  • Anonymous Anonymous says so:
    27/1/07 01:04  

    HI! Thanks for coming to HCI to share the film with us..I seriously think that it's a brilliant idea to archive the opera functionings and stuff so that the future generations can get a feel of what chinese opera is all about..good effort and rock on~! top

  • Blogger Loo says so:
    27/1/07 02:23  

    Thanks for coming to hwa chong, it was a moving experience. I didn't know that opera were such an important component in our chinese tradition and that the preservation of it is extremely crucial. It is a sad fact indeed that this tradition is fading, but yet these people endured the hardship to continue to preserve this tradition. They should be honored. Let us give our support to them as well!!! top

  • Anonymous Anonymous says so:
    27/1/07 11:37  

    thanks for coming down to hci! top

  • Blogger PrInCeSs PeI says so:
    27/1/07 12:33  

    HEY ROYSTON!Thanks for coming down to HCI yesterday!really gave us an eye opener on how fast tradition is fading away THAT WE NEED TO TREASURE IT!!!really looking forward to more of your creations! top

  • Anonymous Anonymous says so:
    27/1/07 16:58  

    thanks for coming to hc! top

  • Anonymous hci says so:
    27/1/07 19:49  

    We've enjoyed the session very much! Keep up the good work! top

  • Anonymous hci student says so:
    27/1/07 20:48  

    u rock as much as hci! sing sai hong was very meaningful! keep it up! top

  • Anonymous Anonymous says so:
    28/1/07 11:57  

    hey ur film about sing sai hong was fantastic. it was very moving and meaningful! Thanks for coming down to hci! top

  • Anonymous Anonymous says so:
    28/1/07 21:28  

    after watching ur film, i have more understanding about chinese opera and sing sai hong. thx alot.
    -hwachongian top

  • Blogger Cheryl says so:
    28/1/07 21:29  

    HI ROYSTON! this is cheryl from fuhua sec. you have really nice short films. i like Cut! you really rock man. X)

    thx for the signature and the photo!

    tatar~

    {CHERYL} top

  • Anonymous Anonymous says so:
    28/1/07 22:12  

    enjoyed your session at hc a lot! thanks for making it interesting! top

  • Anonymous Anonymous says so:
    1/2/07 23:50  

    Hi Royston,

    Oh My GOD, U r so talented..... I really love your short films... It sooooo amazing.....


    Linda :P top

  • Anonymous lil.miss.bipolar says so:
    21/2/07 22:52  

    Actually, some TJC classes have watched 15 during GP. (the CUT version =p)

    U have an awesome affinity for the 'song and dance' aspect of film, it rly enriches the plot!

    I feel tat the kitschy sense of humor and unexpected approach is wad makes ur works outstanding.

    Pls keep it up,
    JY, Royston Tan fan since her Chung Cheng (Main) days. top

  • Anonymous Anonymous says so:
    22/2/07 09:41  

    OH mine...you didn't write any comments for TJ! ANyway, nice blog.. top

  • Blogger strawberri from heaven. `` says so:
    22/2/07 22:48  

    hi royston, i also find 15 quite a disturbing film. the censored version even. it made me think alot. hahah. i stil can't seem to understand and approve the things that they do. how can i/we help these young teenagers?

    i wonder if those actors are really gangsters in real life?are the things that gangsters do such as fights and smuggling of drugs quite common in schools nowadays? and are there alot of ppl joining gangs?please enlighten me. thks! top

  • Anonymous temasek JC says so:
    24/2/07 05:30  

    Temasek JC said...

    TJCians were awed by Royston’s wit (both in his sharing and films), smarting sarcasm, sincerity and passion. Despite having won a jaw-dropping number of awards, TJCians were touched by Royston’s humility and affability. Hurray for capturing local snapshots that are part of our precious heritage & national education, and bravo for fighting valiantly against stifling conservatism at the frontline; his talk resonated so strongly about censorship and the need to redress conservatism in the arts, which are crucial issues the younger generation has to address and grapple with. Thank you, Royston, for laying that foundation – for trying to conserve without being conservative - and TJ sends you our best wishes for your film-making endeavours and sincerest hopes in your conquests of more awards! ☺ top

  • Anonymous Anonymous says so:
    25/2/07 00:31  

    Heys from TJC

    My class really loved CUT! it was totally amazing. The message was so clear and it had a nice musical element in it.

    Once, during lessons we were discussing about this issue that people who take afternoon naps will have lesser chance of dying from heart disease. So our teacher told us it was out of her control. so the first thing that came to our minds was to make a short video! haha. top

  • Anonymous Anonymous says so:
    17/3/07 22:50  

    I'm currently residing in Perth Australia, and i actually saw Royston's $1 tissue paper clip on tv. Impressive! Anyway, what's the mtv/vid's title? Can't seem to find it anywhere. Could you give me a heads up? Preferably if you could post it on you tube. Keep up the good work mate!

    Cheers!
    Keith top

  • Anonymous Anonymous says so:
    19/3/07 11:17  

    aaaathe short is called "DIY" top

  • Anonymous Anonymous says so:
    10/6/07 00:35  

    Hi!

    I'd like to write an article regarding your filming in TJC. Do get back to me asap pls. Thanks!

    Simin
    96253710 (hp)
    laughslover@hotmail.com top

  • Anonymous king says so:
    9/10/08 13:12  

    u sux top

  • Blogger trappedintime says so:
    8/11/08 11:51  

    Hey bro im from kl and im trying to get a hold of 15 can help me out please, email me at keeganwcm@gmail.com thanks. top