Introducing our carefully curated selection of workshops for the Short Film Youth Competition (SFYC) 2024!

Aligned with the themes of

  • Caring For Self And/Or Others,
  • Coping And Growing,
  • Creative Experiments In Mental Health,
  • Intergenerational Relationships,

the following workshops hope to empower you in your film-making journey! 

Introduction to Narrative Journaling for Self Expression

This SFYC Workshop is organised by The Tapestry Project and Mental Health Film Festival Singapore (MHFFS) About The Tapestry Project

Through the Lens of Youth Filmmakers: Discovering INFINITE possibilities

A sharing by SFYC Alumni and Infinite Studios Find out more about Infinite Studios at! About Us: What We

“What Do I See?”

A Basic Intro to Digital Filmmaking Talk, brought to you by Jonathan Choo and MHFFS by Mental Health Film Festival

Mental Health Literacy Starts With YOUth – Let’s CHAT!

Organised by Community Health Assessment Team (CHAT) and Mental Health Film Festival Singapore. This workshops aims to help participants 1.

Mental Health Awareness Talk 101

Organised by Caring for Life (CFL) and Mental Health Film Festival Singapore (MHFFS). As conversations around mental health and mental

“Trust me, it’s harder to act than it actually looks!”

Organised by the Mental Health Film Festival Singapore About Us: What We Do About Short Film Youth Competition (SFYC) 2024

Clarifying Self vs. Living in the Drama

This SFYC workshop is organised by Singapore Association for Mental Health (SAMH) and Mental Health Film Festival Singapore. What can

Narrative Journaling for Self Expression and Self Care

A more in-depth and experiential session, this SFYC workshop would give you the opportunity to explore writing about emotions, while

Introduction to Dance Flow Therapy

Organised by Danspire and Mental Health Film Festival Singapore. What is Dance Flow Therapy (DFT)? Dance Flow Therapy (DFT) is

Our Workshop Partners 2024

Caring for Life Singapore is an organization that aims to support and empower individuals with mental health issues and their families. They provide a range of services including counseling, therapy, support groups, and educational programs to promote mental well-being. Find out more at

Dance therapy is a way to learn about yourself, real time. As you improve your mental and physical reactions, you are making tangible changes to the way you feel within. All that is done through the process of learning, executing and getting the feedback through dance sequences. Find out more at

As the Centre of Excellence for Youth Mental Health in Singapore, we’ve been helping and supporting young people with mental health concerns since 2009. CHAT runs a national youth mental health outreach and assessment service for youth and young adults aged 16 to 30. Find out more at

Founded in 1997 with services that include post-production, visual effects and animation, it has since evolved its business to include production services as well as content creation for the global digital media industry. Find out more at

Accordion ContentaThrough various programs and initiatives, SAMH strives to raise awareness about mental health issues, reduce stigma, and improve the overall well-being of individuals affected by mental illness. Their services include counseling, therapy, vocational training, and community integration programs. Find out more at

The Tapestry Project is a registered charity and non-profit organisation that interweaves individuals and communities to deepen capacities for better mental health through the power of “storying”.  Find out more at

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