Jimami Tofu is a co-production feature film between Singapore award-winning production company BananaMana Films and the Okinawa Film Office under the Okinawa Convention & Visitors Bureau.
Running time 2 hours 15 mins.
A Chinese Singaporean chef, formerly working in Tokyo, finds himself in Okinawa begging a disgruntled old chef to teach him traditional Okinawan food. A top Japanese food critic finds herself in Singapore on an eye opening discovery of SEA cuisine. In reality both are looking for each other after an emotional breakup years ago when she left him without a trace. Emotionally crippled by their breakup he searches her home town for her but discovers instead the art of traditional Okinawan food. Through it he learns the incredible balance of two cultures: Chinese and Japanese – the homely, warmth of Chinese style cooking with the precision, delicacy and visual artistry of Japanese cuisine: a balance they never had in their relationship. When she suddenly appears in Okinawa looking to find closure he cooks and serves her their final meal. Through it she discovers what she had been yearning for all these years – the beauty of both cultures balanced to perfection and realises he has found the key to being together again.
A coming of age romance for anyone who’s ever had a crush.
Since high school, Stan and Jenny have had crushes on each other. They wrote letters to one another over school holidays but in person, they barely spoke; sharing only the occasional lingering glance and smile. Over the years they fantasized about how perfect they would be as lovers. Now, 10 years later they bump into each other and have the chance to make it a reality but it’s not that simple; self doubt, fear of rejection, of losing their fantasies will hold them back from what could be the perfect union.
Web series / digital series: 10 webisodes, or
Short Feature: total running time 66 mins 55 sec.
This series garnered 17 nominations and 7 wins internationally.
What Do Men Want? was originally commissioned by the OTT platform Toggle.sg – prior to production the commissioning editors asked for it to be converted into a 13 x half hour TV series and it was later picked up by the National broadcaster of Singapore for free-to-air TV. It aired on MediaCorp Channel 5 in Oct 2014.
What Do Men Want? is a 13 episodic drama revolving around two passionate actors searching for truth, love and happiness but usually finding lies, rejection and disillusio
This series won Outstanding Directing in a Drama Series at the LA Web Series Festival 2014.
13 x half hour episodes
The BM Focus was designed and prototyped by BananaMana Films to solve the problem of not being able to focus LED panels. The only focusable LEDs on the market are big and expensive. The BM Focus was created to be a light, tough, portable, focusable LED with barn doors with a high color rendition index (CRI). It will be on Indiegogo soon for pre-order.
|Light Source||High CRI Single LED|
|Focusable Beam||Convex lens|
|Light color||3200K (CRI 90) / 5600K (CRI 75)|
|Power Type||3 x C batteries|
|Switch||Waterproof tactical switch on the tail|
|Light Output||385lm / 485lm|
|Material||Annodized Aerospace Aluminum|
|Dimension||(Length) 205.3 (Body) 31.5 (Bezel) 41mm|
|Impact Resistant||Drop test from 1m|
|Weight||290g (with barn doors)|
|IP Grade||IP65: Water and Dust Resistant|
|Accessories (included)||Barn doors|
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Still can't believe we won the audience choice award. Went with little expectation but came back with so much. Esp… https://t.co/MQt5eWNjaz4 days ago
RT @mv_ninja : Awesome! #JimamiTofu is awesome and has won many awards. If you wanna watch something intense that can pull all your attentio…1 week ago