Aloysius Koh majors in directing and does a minor in editing. His interest in filmmaking was piqued after participating in the School Video Awards when he was 11, producing a documentary on unique places around his primary school. He continued with his interest in filmmaking by pursuing a diploma at Ngee Ann Polytechnic’s Film, Sound and Video programme. Aloysius is drawn to the idea of exploring the little idiosyncrasies of human relationships and emotions, having investigated the universality of Yasujiro Ozu’s Noriko trilogy in his dissertation. His thesis film, Torrents, deals with the rift between a father and son living in the same flat. Aloysius dreams of traveling around the world, to document life as well as work with industry partners across different countries to better explore, understand, and to create films that transcend boundaries.