Our Team

Jeremy Chua, Producer

Jeremy is a Singaporean film producer and screenwriter based in Singapore and Paris. Beginning as an assistant programmer at independent art space The Substation, he has also worked at the Cinémathèque at the National Museum of Singapore where he worked on the Edward Yang and Akira Kurosawa retrospectives, and at Lowave Paris where he handled sales and distribution of experimental short films and video art. In 2014, he founded Pōtocol, a film company focused on development and co-production of independent Asian films. Jeremy wrote and co-produced his first film, A Yellow Bird by K. Rajagopal, which premiered at 55th Cannes Critics’ Week and is currently available on Netflix.

Alfonse Chiu, Marketing Manager

Born in Taipei and educated in Singapore, Alfonse’s professional interests span fields such as writing, research, curation, design, photography, and arts management. Currently the Editor-at-Large and Creative Lead of SINdie, an editorial platform exploring Southeast Asian film culture(s), where he heads editorial direction, research, and special projects, he is also the founder and director of the Centre for Urban Mythologies, a research collective and platform interested in Southeast Asian urbanism, architecture, and eco-criticism. He is the Marketing Manager of Pōtocol, and also heads its boutique PR and design studio wing, Kinoco.

Sam Chua, Producer

Sam is a film producer born and based in Singapore. She produced Han Feng Yu’s Morning Elsewhere (2021 Osaka Asian Film Festival) and Grace Song’s Morning Glory (2020, 12’00). Recently, she took part in the short documentary story development lab IF/Then Southeast Asia 2020, organised by In-Docs and Tribeca Film Institute for the project She Who Dreams of Statues, developed alongside writer-director Natalie Khoo; and the 2020 Full Circle Lab and the Singapore Film Commission Feature Film Clinic for the feature film Pierce with writer-director Nelicia Low.

In her free time, she enjoys long walks by the beach and people-watching.

Debbie Wee, Associate Producer

Formerly a Production Assistant with Chuan Pictures and Akanga Film Asia, Debbie has also interned at MM2 Entertainment. She holds a Bachelor of Film and Digital Media from Deakin University Australia and a Master of Arts (Art & Space) with Commendation from Kingston University UK.