Oppo asks filmmakers to create their version of #MySingapore

Oppo asks filmmakers to create their version of #MySingapore

Oppo has launched a #BeAStorygrapher short film competition, urging aspiring filmmakers to create a short film that represents their own perspective of Singapore to promote their latest model - Oppo Reno2.

Oppo has roped in notable Singaporean photographers and videographers including Tim Wah, Dan Ng , Andy Yong and Cloe Mak for the campaign who will showcase through videos and images their take on #MySingapore.

Oppo Maker Tim Wah shared “As a photographer, I am always looking for new ways to capture my subjects and evoke the same emotions that I felt when the image was created. With the Oppo Reno2 and through the partnership with Oppo, I hope that I will not only be able to rouse those feelings in the audience, but to also inspire them to create their own pieces.”

Moon Yue, chief executive, Oppo Singapore said: “The Oppo Reno2’s advanced camera technology performs superbly in a range of environments and scenarios, from vast landscapes to confined alleyways, or sun-kissed beaches to dim, moonless nights.”

Jeremy Tan, product manager, Oppo Singapore added: “With the amount of personal data that goes into each device, it has never been more important for smartphone brands to take charge in protecting user data. Our commitment to data security can be seen from the various features we have built into the Oppo Reno2.”

Oppo recently overhauled its marketing team, promoting Alen Wu to vice president and president of global sales and Brian Shen to vice president and president of global marketing.

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