We have been hinting on something big we have never done before in store for YOU. After meetings and discussions, we are finally able to reveal this!
We are proud to present ‘The Hunger Games’ short story contest, costume art contest and ‘The Hunger Games’ event organized by National Library Board, LiyanaLand Book Reviews, Hunger Games Singapore and Happy Smiley Writers Group!
Details for ‘The Hunger Games’ short story contest and costume art contest are as stated in the poster below. Meanwhile, you can RSVP with us now for The Hunger Games Event to ensure you will be able to receive all the latest updates! Plus, if you RSVP with us before 10 June 2012, you will get TWO chances to win prize(s) in the lucky draw during the event!*
*Winner(s) must be present to collect the prize(s).
Highlights for The Hunger Games Event:
- Interact with other The Hunger Games franchise fans in Singapore!
- Test your knowledge and wits of The Hunger Games through fun games!
- Attractive The Hunger Games related prizes to be won!
- Prize presentation for winners of ‘The Hunger Games’ Short Story Contest and Costume Art Contest.
- Sale of ‘The Hunger Games’ trilogy and movie tie-ins at a much cheaper rate!
PROUDLY SPONSORED BY:
– National Library Board (For venue, contribution and promotion)
– Pansing (For The Hunger Games trilogy and movie tie-in books)
– Poster Shop Cineleisure (For The Hunger Games movie posters)
Location: 2nd floor next to the escalator going up to level 3, Cathay Cineleisure Orchard, 8 Grange Road, Singapore 239695
– Universal Music Singapore (For ‘The Hunger Games: Songs From District 12 And Beyond’ soundtracks)
May the odds be ever in your favour!
‘The Hunger Games’, rated PG13, was released on 22 March 2012 and is now available in all cinemas islandwide.
James Gaisford is gaining popularity among Hunger Games fans around the world after making his debut in MainStay Productions‘s fan made “The Second Quarter Quell” short with him playing young Haymitch Abernathy.
Due to to rising popularity among Hunger Games fans, James Gaisford went on to act in “Finnick and Annie Web Series” with him portraying Finnick Odair in Episodes 4, 5 and 6. You can check out the first episode of “Finnick and Annie Web Series” over here.
Check out the first part of Hunger Games Portugal‘s interview with James Gaisford below.
Hunger Games Portugal: Could you tell us a little bit about yourself?
James Gaisford: Umm let’s see… My name is James Gaisford. I’m 17 years old. I’m a member of LDS Church. I really enjoy reading, writing, singing, chapstick, animals, music, family and I am extremely passionate about acting.
Are you a Hunger Games Fan?
Since when? And how did you get to know the trilogy?
Since the beginning! I actually happened to get a copy of it before anyone else in my neighborhood… Some sweet old librarian accidentally gave me the one that everyone had placed a hold on… haha whoops 🙂
If you could play any character on film, who would you pick?
Any character? Hmm that’s hard… I don’t know! I can’t really say what part I would like to play in the future cos I can’t see the future!
What part did you liked to play the most: Haymitch or Finnick?
Geez these are good questions haha… OK, I really enjoyed both soo much! I think filming Haymitch was a bit more up my alley, just cause there was lots of fighting. But if I was given an opportunity to play either in the film I would definitely play finnick over haymitch just because I like to take time to develop characters.
What do you think about so many people expressing their desire to have you on the role of Finnick Odair on Catching Fire?
Its absolutely surreal.
Did you participate in any casting call for The Hunger Games movie, or are you thinking about auditioning for one of the next ones?
Nope! Haha. I was just a lucky fan that got an opportunity to be in a really fun youtube video.
Is there any actor from The Hunger Games movie that you would like to work with?
I’m sure all of them would be an amazing experience.
How do you feel about having so many fangirls right now? Do you ever felt pressured by them? Do you wish to have a connection with your fans (without letting them into your personal life, of course)?
Fangirls? What fangirls?? Haha… Yes that is a big issue, I really want to connect with the wonderful people who are so supportive of me. (thank you) But, at the same time I think keeping your personal life, personal is essential to maintaining a healthy normal life.