Boo Junfeng (Chinese: 巫俊锋; pinyin: wū jùn fēng; born 4 December 1983) is a Singaporean filmmaker.

Boo is a graduate from the School of Film & Media Studies at Ngee Ann Polytechnic in 2003, and The Puttnam School of Film, LASALLE College of the Arts in 2009, where he was accorded the McNally Award for Excellence in the Arts – the valedictorian honour of the college.[1]

His films, many of which show a preoccupation with places and historical and personal memory, have won prizes and acclaim and have been shown in film festivals around the world.[2] Notable short films include Un Retrato De Familia (2004), Katong Fugue (2007), Keluar Baris (2008) and Tanjong Rhu (2009). His debut feature film Sandcastle (2010) was the first Singaporean film to be invited to the International Critics' Week at Cannes Film Festival.[3][4]

Filmography Edit

Feature Films

Short Films

  • The Casuarina Cove (2009)
  • Keluar Baris / Homecoming (2008)
  • Bedok Jetty (2008)
  • Katong Fugue (2007)
  • The Changi Murals (2006)
  • Guo Ke / Stranger (2004)
  • Un Retrato De Familia (A Family Portrait) (2004)

Theatre Multimedia

  • Fear of Writing (2011)
  • Pulau (2005)

Other Work

Awards and Notable Festivals Edit







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