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    The Corral and the Wind

    / The Arts House*
    *Filmmaker in Attendance
    Total duration with accompanying shorts is 87 minutes.

    A filmmaker negotiates his roots in an Andean village in an ethnographic documentary turned personal diary.

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    For Nizam: A Retrospective - Programme 1

    / The Arts House

    Gifted with an innate sense of rhythm and an imaginative eye for the visual language of cinema, Nizam’s films are sensorial and examinations of our reality.

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    For Nizam: A Retrospective - Programme 2

    / The Arts House

    Gifted with an innate sense of rhythm and an imaginative eye for the visual language of cinema, Nizam’s films are sensorial and examinations of our reality.

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    Forgetting Vietnam

    / Objectifs Centre for Photography and Film*
    *Filmmaker in Attendance

    Fleeting and fluid images of Vietnam from past and present collide in this personal and poetic video diary.

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    A Fugitive From The Past aka Straits of Hunger

    / National Museum of Singapore

    Voted the sixth greatest Japanese film ever made, Tomu Uchida’s emblematic suspense thriller is a study on the intense revelations of the human psyche.

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    Genpin

    / National Museum of Singapore

    A raw and delicate treatise on birth and femininity, told through the journeys of several women in their quests to give life.

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    Girl Asleep

    / Filmgarde Bugis+

    A fantasy-comedy by way of Wes Anderson that dives deep into the absurd, terrifying and beautiful space of the teenage mind.

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    Headshot

    / Shaw Theatres Lido
    Cast in attendance

    An adrenaline-fuelled actioner that promises plenty of stylised fight scenes starring Indonesia’s very own martial arts expert Iko Uwais.

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    Hema Hema: Sing Me A Song While I Wait

    / National Gallery of Singapore*
    *Filmmaker in Attendance

    In the deep forest of Bhutan lies a sanctuary where masks shroud the primal underpinnings of human society.