Board & Committee Members

Boo Junfeng’s debut film, Sandcastle (2010) was the first Singapore film invited to Cannes Critics’ Week. His second feature, Apprentice (2016) premiered at Cannes Un Certain Regard and was shown at more than 80 festivals around the world. It was also Singapore’s 2017 official entry for the Academy Awards Best Foreign Language Film category. He credits the Singapore International Film Festival for kickstarting his filmmaking career when it discovered his early short films such as A Family Portrait (2004), Katong Fugue (2007) and Keluar Baris (2008).

Board Members

Ji Kin has over 25 years of audit experience, and currently heads the Assurance department in CLA Global TS (formerly Nexia TS Public Accounting Corporation), one of the top 10 public accounting firms in Singapore. Prior to joining CLA Global TS, he spent almost 15 years with one of the big four international accounting firms in Singapore.


In his current role, Ji Kin assists the Group CEO of CLA Global TS in managing at both the firm and department operations level, overseeing over 100 professional staff. He also serves as engagement partner for the audit clients of CLA Global TS, which includes a spectrum of publicly listed and private clients spanning various industries, as well as some not-for-profit organisations. He previously served as a member of the ISCA Financial Reporting Committee.

Minli runs the independent chain of cinemas, Filmgarde, which was the first multiplex in Southeast Asia to be entirely fitted with the immersive 3D sound technology AuroMax by Barco and the first cinema chain in Singapore to make all its communication platforms including its website, ticketing portal, self-automated kiosks and APP available in dual languages – English and Chinese.


She has a deep interest in the arts and culture, supporting and engaging in various intercultural initiatives and programmes around the region. She holds a M.Sc. in Political Science and is at present pursuing a doctorate in Cultural Studies in her personal time. She is currently a board member of the Singapore International Film Festival and the Asian Film Archive.

Winifred held senior leadership positions in business partner, HR generalist, and learning & organization development functions across a 25-year career in publicly listed companies globally and regionally. In the non-profit arena, she helmed the Centre of Non-Profit Leadership for 3.5 years, the consulting arm of National Volunteer and Philanthropy Centre that works with Boards on leadership and governance matters. She was also AWARE President from 2012 – 2016.


She has served on ecumenical juries for film festivals in Hong Kong, Iran, Bangladesh, Berlin, and Argentina, and founded the community-led Cana Film Festival, Singapore.

Janice Koh is a celebrated Singaporean actress with over 30 years of stage and screen acting experience. She has participated in international co-productions that have toured to festivals and performing venues worldwide, including Paris, Tokyo, Berlin, and Edinburgh.


A former Nominated Member of Parliament, Janice currently co-chairs the board of Wild Rice and is a co-founder of Pasar Glamour, a nonprofit social enterprise that supports the arts and underprivileged children and women. In 2022, the French government honoured her with the title of Chevalier des Arts et des Lettres (Knight of the Arts and Letters) for her contributions to the arts.

Jacqueline Tan is the Chief Executive Office of Singapore Cruise Centre. She was most recently the Assistant Chief Executive of Sentosa Development Corporation (SDC). Prior to that she was Chief Operating Officer of the Economic Development Innovations Singapore (EDIS) and the Deputy General Manager of Lucasfilm Singapore. She started her career with EDB and her last appointment with them was Director, Infocomms & Media division.


Jacqueline also sits on the Advisory Committee of World Vision Singapore since 2019. World Vision Singapore She is also in the Management Committee and currently the Honorary Secretary of Good News Community Services which has a Family Service Centre as well as homeless shelters under its oversight. She has been in GNCS since 2009.

Yvonne is the Chief Executive Officer of The Esplanade Company Ltd where she is responsible for the overall management and programming direction of Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay. Yvonne was the Assistant CEO of Esplanade from 2014 – 2018. Prior to joining the Esplanade in June 2014, Yvonne was the Deputy Chief Executive Officer at the National Arts Council (2010 – 2014). Yvonne had also worked at the Ministry of Manpower as the Assistant Director for Labour Relations and Welfare and had taught literature at the Raffles Junior College.


Yvonne serves on the Board of the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts (NAFA) and Pte Ltd. She is a member of the Association of Asia Pacific Performing Arts Centres’ Council, Urban Redevelopment Authority’s Heritage and Identity Partnership (HIP) and Info-comm Media Development Authority’s Singapore Film Commission (SFC) Advisory Committee.

Purple Tree Content teaches and mentors aspiring filmmakers, produces content ranging from podcasts, branded stories and film. Su started her film career at the age of 15, acting in feature-length film Chicken Rice War (2000), which won the 2001 Discovery Award at the TIFF. As an undergraduate, Su acted in, stage-managed, wrote and produced theatre and film and worked for (((the artists den))), Atlantic Records in New York City, and Warner Films (HG) China. After graduating from Yale, Su was a broadcast journalist for Hong Kong’s Asia Television’s English News Division and was the Hong Kong correspondent for The Straits Times, Singapore. Su has been a staff writer on Mediacorp, HBO Asia and Netflix shows in English and Chinese.


Su has a degree in Literature and Theatre Studies from Yale University and an MFA in Dramatic Writing from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts. She is a published poet and essayist, a trained vinyasa yoga instructor, and a mother of two. Her work has been staged and screened in Telluride, Glasgow, Moscow, Shanghai, Tokyo, London and New York.


Her interdisciplinary background gives her a unique perspective and holistic approach to developing content.


Fundraising & Sponsorship Committee

  • BOO Junfeng
  • Jacqueline TAN
  • TEH Su Ching

Leadership & Governance Committee

  • Winifred LOH | Chair
  • LOH Ji Kin

Programmes & Services Committee

  • Haresh SHARMA | Chair
  • BOO Junfeng
  • Jasmine NG

Human Resources Committee

  • Yvonne THAM | Chair
  • Eugene CHANG
  • Kenneth KWOK
  • Richard HARDING