Found 19 films | Currently viewing films screening on 26 November 2016
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    4LOVE

    / National Museum of Singapore*
    *Filmmaker in Attendance

    An ardent collection of tales chronicling the journey of love featuring a stellar lineup of local newcomers.

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    Certain Women

    / Shaw Theatres Lido

    A contemplative and sensitive triptych that explores the complexity and universality of female experience, starring an all-star cast including Kristen Stewart and Michelle Williams.

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    Estonian Animation 1970s to 1990s

    / Filmgarde Bugis+*
    *Filmmaker in Attendance

    Delve into the curious world of these animated shorts made during Estonia’s post-independence.

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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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    Dead Slow Ahead

    / Objectifs Centre for Photography and Film

    Science fiction and horror collide in this non-fiction film, set within a massive ship against the backdrop of an unforgiving ocean.

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    Don't Look At Me That Way

    / National Gallery of Singapore*
    *Filmmaker in Attendance

    A raw and forceful feminist debut fueled by cultural excess.

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    Dumplings

    / National Museum of Singapore

    A genre masterwork that blends subversive social realism with deliciously thrilling horror reinventions.

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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.

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    Hermia & Helena

    / The Arts House

    Shakespearean motifs tug at an Argentinian theatre practitioner’s string of encounters in New York City.