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From stories to tell, to stories that sell - OKJ utilises the documentary treatment to capture raw moments and deliver a brand's authentic story.
The World's Best Pepper
Client | Hong Spices
Filmed over three days on the foothills of Kon Sat commune (Kampot, Cambodia), this 3-minute short documentary highlighted the local terroir and organic farming processes that gives rise to the amazing vibrant flavours of the Kampot peppercorns.
Jalan Kukoh Short Documentary
Client | Social Service Office @ Kreta Ayer
The Jalan Kukoh community comprises 9 rental blocks and 3 purchased blocks located at York Hill, Jalan Minyak and Jalan Kukoh. In association with Outram Secondary School and Social Service Office @ Kreta Ayer, the 8-minute short documentary was the opening film for the inaugural Jalan Kukoh Forum.
This project was made possible by the initiative and efforts of 8 Outram Secondary School students who were part of the production crew following a three day workshop conducted by OKJ, Gerald Tan and Cheng Lijie.
*Due to sensitive issues covered in the documentary, the video is not available for public viewing.
JumpCut Asia Interview Features
Client | Discovery Networks Asia Pacific
In collaboration with Discovery Networks Asia Pacific, OKJ joins the filmmakers participating in Discovery's JumpCut Asia programme to go behind the scenes to the funny and interesting insights into what makes stories worth telling.
NUS i.Volunteer Day of Service Highlights
Client | NUS Office of Student Affairs
Held annually as a platform for the NUS community to give back and to experience volunteering for a day, OKJ was commissioned to produce a video that highlighted the activities and thoughts of those who gave and received love, support and companionship in this day of service.
Journey To Infinity Teaser
Client | ArtScience Museum
A quick look at ArtScience Museum's exhibition, Journey to Infinity: Escher's World of Wonder.
Tristram Stuart Interview for National Geographic LIVE Singapore
Client | National Geographic LIVE
A third of the food we produce goes to waste. It is not sustainable and we can all do something about it. National Geographic LIVE! is back with National Geographic Emerging Explorer, international award-winning author and Food Waste campaigner Tristram Stuart on August 20th at the Grand Threatre, Marina Bay Sand. To whet your appetite, here's a quick video on food waste featuring our interview with Stuart himself!