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One of Viddsee's most-watched and most talked-about short films recently came from Singapore. Made by N Thilagan as his graduation short film from Ngee Ann Poly, Tudung (above) tells the story of two Malay sisters who are about to meet each other for the first time in five years.

Viddsee's founders Ho Jia Jian (left) and Derek Tan. The duo came up with the idea of a site dedicated to showcasing the works of Asia's best indie filmmakers to a global audience.

One-stop destination for Asia's best shorts

Viddsee's founders, who are filmmakers themselves, are dedicated to curating and delivering the best short films from Asia on their streaming website.
May 29, 2015 5:50 AM

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