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Charlene Chung Fang Wen has always admired the works behind the camera as they often go under-appreciated for most audiences. The start of her education at The Puttnam School of Film made her realise more than what she thought she could learn. Her interest for producing has grown extensively since her first project and since then she has produced more than 10 short films during her years in school, 3 of which were the group films, which includes second year films and thesis films. She is a major in documentary directing and minor in producing. Charlene also has interest in sound design as she believes that the importance of sound in film is comparative, to enhance the narrative of her films. Her area of works includes themes of alienation, marginalised groups as well as love and family. Charlene admires the works of Kim Longinotto, a British documentary filmmaker who is known for creating unusual portraits in her documentaries. Charlene feels a strong need to speak for those who were not given a chance to let others understand them better through her films, and she aims to produce more films that share the same theme in future. Her thesis film, Cheena Manaivi is about the struggles of an interracial family in Singapore.