DDB Group Singapore launches film and content division Telling Stories headed up by Josiah Ng

Josiah Ng_Telling Stories.jpgDDB Group Singapore has appointed Josiah Ng from Tribal Worldwide Singapore as Head of Telling Stories, DDB's film and content division.
 
Partnering Benjamin Lee, Creative Director of social media, Telling Stories fuses the agency group's film production division with social media engagement as one integrated communications programme. To date, it has produced over 400 film content.

Telling Stories offers content creation, ranging from short form (6 seconds) to long form (telemovies and drama series), across multi-screen formats and social media engagement. The 16-strong team is made up of script writers, editors, 3D animators, producers and directors of photography. Bettina Feng, the agency's Head of Broadcast leads its new team of producers.
 
"Telling Stories transforms the way we work with agile, creative and exciting film production. It provides multiple creative formats through an agile framework," Josiah Ng, Head of Telling Stories who is also a champion for social narrative, While You Were Sleeping.
 
Ng (pictured), who won the 'Rising Star' award at Hall of Fame 2016, began his career as an independent filmmaker after graduating as Valedictorian (Magna Cum Laude) at Chapman University, Dodge College of Film and Media Arts. He worked at Lin Pictures Hollywood, the company that produced The Lego Movie, Sherlock Holmes, and Stephen King's IT.
"We are getting into hyper-personalisation content creation - across various media and formats. Having produced over 400 film content in the last one year, we are taking it further in social media engagement. Josiah and Benjamin are the new creative social revolutionaries, with an entire agency backing them," said Chris Chiu, Chief Creative Officer, DDB Group Singapore.

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