‘Majic Studio Team’ from Ramkhamhaeng University The Winner of Competition for prize of over 100,000 baht In the Short Film Contest namely “Short film Shortcuts” Organized by CAT Channel

Majic Studio Team’ from Ramkhamhaeng University The Winner of Competition for prize of over 100,000 baht In the Short Film Contest namely “Short film Shortcuts” Organized by CAT Channel

 

          Official result for the first year short film contest “Short Film Shortcuts” organized by CAT Channel of CAT Telecom Public Company Limited has already been announced. The winner who granted 100,000 baht is the “Majic Studio Team” from Ramkhamhaeng University. Their short film is “Huan Din” (Return to Ground) which conveyed the story of a peasant child who returns to her homeland in order to continue the love of mother towards rice field and indigenous rice varieties. What caused her to make well on selling rice as well as to help her other peasant - child friends to take part in the development of a business network is technology.The technology had been appropriately and wisely implemented through online channels and ultimately led to success.

 

          Jamikorn Wongchompoo, a representative from the Majic Studio Team, the winner, from Ramkhamhaeng University, revealed “The deployment of technology to serve in the business for younger generation may be about the online sale on Facebook or Instragram. However, for common people, like a peasant, most of them did not know that they can benefit from utilization of technology. The ideas of plot, story lines, and pictures have been composed to present the “Huan Din” (Return to Ground). All of which comes from what my team and I have experienced all the time. We want to make this short film to reflect the expansion of opportunity, which is resembled with the opportunity where CAT has offered to us for proposing the ideas and supporting us to show our potential through making a short film.”

 

          The first runner-up came to the “Image Team” from Naresuan University where they granted 50,000 baht. Their short film “The fish are swimming upstream” presented the story of older generation to adapt to the modern era with revolutionary concepts and behavior modification by using digital technology for generating benefits, career, and revenue. The second runner –up came to the “Nami Studio Team” from Sakon Nakhon Rajabhat University who submitted the short film “Mr. Tong” for the competition and finally granted 30,000 baht. They narrated about a young child figuring out a way to generate money by various trial and error ways. He, eventually, discovered behavior of people in the digital era and brought them to successful create an application to meet the lifestyle of the lives of people in modern ear.

 

          The short film contest “Short Film Shortcuts” organized with an aim to create a digital technology learning society in the country under the concept Shortcuts to success in the business world with digital technology. There were more than 50 teams, from public and private affiliated educational institutions around the country, interested and submitted their works for the first round of contest. Additionally, it had been honored by the experts including (1)

 

 

          Dr.Dhanant Subhadrabandhu, Senior Executive Vice President (Business and Service) CAT Telecom Public Company Limited, (2) Mr.Apisit Srikaewboworn Division Manager, Satellite Communication Product Department of CAT Telecom Public Company Limited, (3) Mr.Chayanop Boonprakob, Film Director, (4) Mr.Pairach Khumwan, Film Director and (5) Mr. Sanchai Chotirosseranee, Deputy Director of the Film Archive (Public Organization). All experts had selected three teams which could convey the story about digital technology precisely, easy to understand, and match with the concept of the contest the most. Dr. Dhanant Subhadrabandhu, Senior Executive Vice President of CAT Telecom Public Company Limited, revealed that the contest had been organized for the first time and showed the great success. It got attention from students across the country in which the award-winning works could be considered to be able to transfer knowledge of digital technology in an understandable form as well as to help extend the ideas to the audiences to adapt and apply digital technology for benefiting their business.

          “For this event, the most important thing is younger generation can understand about the use of technology in business and communicate into a funny and easy to understand short film, which is very admirable. And once the works are published, they may give the viewer and idea to bring innovation/ digital technology, presenting in those short films, to deploy or adapt in the business or daily life for more favorable benefits.” The 20 works of short film will be broadcasted on CAT Channel very soon.