Ko said female filmmakers tend to be bound by different standards when tackling such topics. “People are always more critical of women, especially when they talk about sex in a very laid-back way,” she said, adding that her art is sometimes misunderstood. She turned down his naked video for his personal collection.
“Initially, (such a decision) was hard for me, but I’m used to it,” said Oscar-nominated animation director Siqi Song, now on a new project, Hot Buns. The young filmmaker working on said.
Production is scheduled to end in September. Kou still can’t reveal much about her next movie, but she emphasized that it would continue to push the boundaries.
“For example, because of the cultural wave, the market is less interested in Singapore content than in Japan and South Korea, so I think it’s a little difficult for Singaporean filmmakers to globalize.
“But Singapore’s indie team is growing slowly and people are starting to pay attention to Singapore. We hope to continue to make interesting films with more diverse content and globalization in Singapore. I want to continue making it. “