Fans of Singapore film should not miss the various screenings of local film shorts and features in the month of September.
The Projector is celebrating the 20th anniversary of Eric Khoo’s Mee Pok Man this April with a few screenings of the iconic film along with his earlier short film Pain and a couple of talks and panels hosted by the Asian Film Archive.
Well, it was inevitable! A spoof on Amos Yee!! Some background – in September 2015, the parody sketch show Chestnuts was asked to remove the entire sketch called “Amos Yee The Musical” from its programme, in order to be granted the performing arts license by the Media Development Authority. So, the troupe decided Continue Reading
Check out this intriguing film event organised by Objectifs. Highlighting the voices of women in film, the Women in Film programme aims to showcase and celebrate the diversity and strength of each female individual’s works throughout their careers. In this inaugural edition, films from Kirsten Tan, Sun Koh, Pimpaka Towira Continue Reading
The problem with Tzang Merwyn Tong’s FAERYVILLE – if one can even call it a problem – is that the movie might be too ambitious for its own good. FAERYVILLE is a movie with a strong message, in fact there are quite a few to go around. These themes are Continue Reading