History of SEAPJ

 

CAMBODIA HOSTS 3RD Southeast Asia Video festival for Children

Cambodia has accepted the challenge to host the 2019 Southeast Asia Video Festival for Children. The Festival Director for the 3rd SEAVFC is Chhay Bora, a noted filmmaker in Cambodia.

2nd SEAVFC in Manila

The Philippines hosted another successful staging of the Southeast Asia Video Festival for Children.

Held in Manila on November 22-24, 2018, the event was well attended by representatives from the ten member-countries of Southeast Asia – Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Lao PDR, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam.

Prix Jeunesse Suitcase by Kirsten Schneid

Prix Jeunesse International’s festival and project coordinator, Ms. Kirsten Schneid, came all the way from Munich, Germany to hold her talk session “Prix Jeunesse Suitcase” on the first day of the 2nd Southeast Asia Video Festival for Children.

Livi Zheng Shares How to be a Successful Video Director

Acclaimed film director Livi Zheng discussed “How to be a Successful Video Director” in her workshop at the 2nd Southeast Asia Video Festival for Children. Ms. Livi started her workshop by showcasing some of her short films and trailers to the Southeast Asian children.

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The 2nd Southeast Asia Video Festival for Children 2018

SEAPJ Theme Song:
"A Brighter Horizon"

SEA Prix Jeunesse 2017

The first Southeast Asia Prix Jeunesse was inspired by the events at the biennial festival Prix Jeunesse International held in Munich, Germany in May 2016, which is the main activity of the Prix Jeunesse Foundation.

The Prix Jeunesse Foundation is known internationally for advocating excellence in children’s television. Since its establishment in Germany in 1964, it has been promoting, celebrating and honoring the highest quality in youth and children’s television.

Noting the scant representation of Southeast Asia in the festival, and recognizing that the SEA region, which has a vast young population, stands to benefit greatly from such a project, Anak TV Inc., through its president, proposed the first Southeast Asia Prix Jeunesse, for the ten countries of the region – Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Lao PDR, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, and Viet Nam.


AnakTV officers (L-R: Edith del Rosario, Bob del Rosario, Dr. Maya Goetz, Mag Cruz Hatol, Elvira Yap Go) with Dr. Maya Goetz, Managing Director of Prix Jeunesse International

 


Elvira Yap Go and Edith del Rosario screening the entries in the designated media bar

 


Sharing a light moment with the Prix Jeunesse winner from BBC

 


Elvira Yap Go casting her vote for the Heart Award

 

For more info on the Prix Jeunesse International, click link: https://prixjeunesse.de

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