Welcome to the International Science Drama Competition!
The International Science Drama Competition is an annual event that allows participants to incorporate their passion for science into acting.
Congratulations to all the winners of ISDC 2021 Singapore Finals!
| Award||Junior Category || Open Category||Short Films Category |
| 1st Place||"The Evolution of Farming" by KCPPS Drama Club (Kuo Chuan Presbyterian Primary School) ||"The Inga Project" by Nanyang Nature Society (Nanyang Girls' High School) ||"Lauren Fleur's Kitchen Miso Baked Bak Choy & The Clean Vegetables" by Lauren Fleur (RedDot Academy) |
|2nd Place || "Rooting for the Future" by RVPS Skittles (River Valley Primary School)||"We Can Do Better" by Onscreen-14 (German European School Singapore)||"Farm to Fashion" by CHIJ OLQP (CHIJ Our Lady Queen of Peace) |
| 3rd Place||"Why Farm?" by Crop Trotters (Singapore Chinese Girls' School (Primary)) ||"The Green Block" by Dlite Sec 1 (Yishun Secondary School) ||"People Who Live in Glass Houses" by Whitelight Productions (Woodgrove Secondary School) |
"Urban Farming for Global Sustainability" by Seng Kang Sustainers
"To Our Future" by Qifa Primary School
"Aquaponics" by GESS Team A (Gan Eng Seng School)
"Food Insecurity" by GESS Team B (Gan Eng Seng School)
"Farm of the Future" by All Humanity Saviours (Anglican High School)
"Veggies from Home" by NYJC English Drama Club (Nanyang Junior College)
| Outstanding Performer Award|
Junior Category: Natalie Chua Wen Xi from RVPS Skittles (River Valley Primary School)
Open Category: Chang Yu Qing from Nanyang Nature Society (Nanyang Girls’ High School)
| Best Video Editing & Cinematography Award||“Lauren Fleur’s Kitchen Miso Baked Bok Choy & The Clean Vegetables Adventure” by Lauren Fleur (RedDot Academy) |
|Popularity Award |
Junior Category: “The Evolution of Farming” by KCPPS Drama Club (Kuo Chuan Presbyterian Primary School)
Open Category: “The Inga Project” by Nanyang Nature Society (Nanyang Girls’ High School)
Short Films Category: “Farm to Fashion” by CHIJ OLQP (CHIJ Our Lady Queen of Peace)
Details for ISDC 2021 Grand Finals
The top 3 finalist teams from each category will be representing Singapore in the Grand Finals where they will compete with teams from Australia, China, Thailand, and Nigeria.
You are cordially invited to view the videos of all the Grand
Finals’ finalists and support your favourite teams on the ISDC Facebook page and Bilibili.com (https://space.bilibili.com/1412660015).
Their videos will be posted on both platforms on 19 August 2021, 1000 hrs SGT (GMT +8), together with the link to the live polling form. The poll will end (link will be deactivated) on 25 August 2021, 1000 hrs SGT (GMT +8).
The total polling score for each finalist video post will contribute to the finalist’s total grading under “Popularity”.
Mark your calendars!
GRAND FINALS @ Online Polling
19 - 25 Aug 2021
The International Science Drama Competition is an annual event aimed to promote science through drama. This is a competition involving teams from Singapore and overseas, and will be a great opportunity for you to showcase your talents and compete on an international level.
The theme for 2021 is “Sustainable Agriculture for a Better Future”, commemorating 2021 as the UN International Year of Fruits and Vegetables as well as the UN International Year of Creative Economy for Sustainable Development
Your performance should combine scientific content and drama. Examples of some possible topics include but are not limited to the following:
- Farming using renewable energy sources
- Hydroponics and Aquaponics
- Food security
- Protecting the environment as we meet society's food and textile needs
• All participants must be age 12 or below, excluding teachers or adults who can help as backstage crew.
• There is no age limit for participants; teams will compete in this category when at least one member is above age 12.
Short Films Category [NEW!]
- There is no age limit for participants. More details in the circular below.
You may participate with your friends, families or community groups. You may represent your school or an organisation or just form a team and compete on your own. Simply:
|5 Apr ||Submission of entry forms |
|5 May ||Video submission deadline for Preliminary round |
|19 May ||Shortlisted Singapore finalists will be informed |
|7 June ||Video submission deadline for Singapore Finals |
| 14-23 Jun || Live Polling of Videos by the Singapore Finalists (online) |
|28 Jun ||Results Announcement for Singapore Finals |
|22 Jul ||Video submission deadline for Grand Finals |
|19 - 25 Aug ||Live Polling of Videos by all Finalists (online) |
|28 Aug ||Results Announcement for Grand Finals (online) |
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
- What should I fill in under "Nationality" if my team composed of members of a different nationality?
- Pick the nationality of the majority of your team members.
- Do I fill in the same first and last name, and email address under registration info and registration type?
- If there is another point of contact for the category registered under registration type, kindly fill in the name and email address of the point of contact for the respective categories, e.g. name and email address of team leader. If the point of contact for the category registered is the same as that under “Registration Info”, do key in the same name and email address.
- Can teams sign up for more than one category?
- Should a school or organisation decide to register more than 1 team in the same category, there should be no repetition of team members across teams; the same team members can, however, participate across categories, e.g. Member A can take part in Junior Category and Short Films Category.
- Should a team participate in more than one category, the same storyline cannot be repeated.
- Are there any Safe Management Measures (SMMs) in place for participating teams in ISDC 2021?
- Kindly refer to the SMMs for ISDC 2021.