Monday, October 23, 2006

Movie Talent Search for Kelvin Tong's Men In White

InnoForm Media and Crocodile International are proud to announce a talent search contest for Kelvin Tong's upcoming movie Men in White. The talent search contest, I Want To Be A Movie Star is organized by clothing apparel giant Crocodile International, a partner in this movie project and initiated by InnoForm Media & Boku Films. This talent search contest hopes to uncover acting talents in Singapore and give these talents a chance to star in a movie.

The talent search is open to all male Singaporeans and permanent residents aged between 18 to 29 years. The closing date is 3rd November and the finals will be held on 18th November. This movie is on the lookout for a male contestant who will possibly get to star a lead role in Kelvin Tong's Men in White.

Interested candidates can submit their particulars and photos to the organisers via email to or mail to:

"I Want To Be A Movie Star"
Crocodile International
3 Ubi Road Ave 3
#07-00 Crocodile House
Singapore 408857

The candidate cannot be represented by a talent agency or have an existing talent contract and must appear in a Crocodile shirt or outfit in the photo.

Lim Teck, General Manager of InnoForm Media says, "This is a great start to launch our exciting movie. We believe there are many potential candidates in Singapore who have the makings of a movie star. If there is a right fit, we will look into grooming and paving the way for him in the movie industry.

Terence Ang, Head of Marcom, Crocodile International says, "Being a homegrown brand, we believe in nurturing and giving opportunities to individual Singaporeans to jump start their career in any form of Arts scene. With presence in more than 10 Asia countries, Crocodile will provide a good platform for the selected candidate to gain international exposure."

Kelvin Tong, director of Men in White says, "The Singapore film industry is growing rapidly and we need our own Tony Leungs, Andy Laus and Tom Cruises. This talent search is a clarion call for all those who believe they can light up the big screen to step forward and be a part of Singapore cinema."

Men in White talks about four Singaporeans who die on the same day and find themselves back on the streets as clueless ghosts. This movie is scheduled to start production in December this year.

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