Date of Issue2016
School of Art, Design and Media
Tailor made is a 2-minute film about a tailor in his shop. He narrates to the audience, his personal views on the social construction of gender. He explains that his style represents how he truly identifies with his own non-binary gender. Throughout the film he is stitching together a garment that he feels, allows him to resolve this inner turmoil he has had to compromise with all his life. This film aims to narrate simply the politics behind style and the construction of one’s gender identity. The film was done entirely in 3D and made use of programs like Autodesk® Maya® 2016 and Photoshop CC. This report documents the processes involved from pre-production to post production and includes an evaluation on the outcome of the film.
DRNTU::Visual arts and music
Final Year Project (FYP)
Nanyang Technological University