Director: Honey B. Singh
Producer: Mona Singh
Writer: Honey B. Singh
Cinematographer: Malay Prakash
Editor: Aarti Bajaja
Production Designer: Honey B. Singh
Synopsis: Heer is a little rural North Indian girl whose world is her mother, father and baby goat. Heer's mother passes away suddenly and Heer is left to seek comfort in her baby goat as her father fights his grief because of the tragedy. Heer attempts to connect with her father repeatedly but is left lonely and sad causing her to sneak her goat out of the house for accompaniment on her daily walks to school. At school, Heer faces the teasing of her classmates, bullying from older students and is punished by her teacher forcing her to tie up the goat outside the classroom. Through school and her domestic home life, Heer realizes that her goat deserves a chance to be with his own 'family' and ultimately Heer must make the choice that changes her life...for the better.
Screening Time: October 25th 5:00 pm
Honey B Singh (Writer-Director) - Honey B Singh is an Canadian writer-director currently in her 3rd year of the film production MFA at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts Asia in Singapore. Honey was behind the very popular & much loved TheDailyHoney.com Bollywood celebrity gossip blog and even ventured into Bollywood movie reviews and gossip on Youtube where she was signed with Maker Studios. However, Honey quite blogging and the Youtube world in 2012 to realize her dreams of becoming a filmmaker and since then she was written, directed and produced a multitude of short films. Recently, Honey’s first-ever directed commercial for Haagez Dazs won 3rd place worldwide and is currently playing in movie theatres nationally in China.
Mona Singh (Producer) - Mona is Singapore-based Producer who has overseen the production of commercials, music videos and short films all across Southeast Asia.
Malay Prakash (Cinematographer) - Malay was born in 1989 in a small town in North India. After he received a Bachelor's of Business Management in Commerce, Malay moved to Singapore to study film at New York University's Tisch School of the Arts Asia where he found his voice as a Cinematographer and Director. There he shot and crewed on over 30 Short Films, TVCs, and Music Videos spanning India, Singapore, Malaysia, Korea, the Philippines, Indonesia and Hong Kong. His latest film, Little Master (2014) is the winner of the Kodak Student Cinematography award. Currently, Malay works for Black Sheep Live, the in house production company for BBH, one of the top Ad Agencies in Singapore.
Aarti Bajaj (Editor) - Aarti Bajaj is considered the best feature film editor in India right now and has edited close to 20 feature films in Bollywood.