Found 14 films | Currently viewing films screening on 3 December 2016
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    All We Had

    / Shaw Theatres Lido

    Katie Holmes’ first feature is an intimate and endearing coming-of-age story of a struggling mother and daughter pair.

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    An

    / National Museum of Singapore*
    *Filmmaker in Attendance

    Culinary and human passions are sensitively threaded together in Kawase’s much loved treatise on the healing power of empathy.

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    Big Big World

    / National Museum of Singapore*
    *Filmmaker in Attendance

    The bond between orphaned siblings is put to the test as they flee the horrors of the city into the isolation of nature.

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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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    I, Daniel Blake

    / Shaw Theatres Lido
    / Filmgarde Bugis+


    A drama about two people caught in the flaws of the British welfare system, Ken Loach’s Palme d’Or winner moves with piercing verity.

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    Live From Dhaka

    / The Arts House
    / Filmgarde Bugis+*
    *Filmmaker in Attendance


    In a series of vignettes, a partially handicapped man lives his days in anguish as he tries to find a way to leave Dhaka.

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    My Life as a Courgette

    / Shaw Theatres Lido
    / Filmgarde Bugis+


    Through gorgeously rendered stop-motion animation, Claude Barras’ debut feature masterfully expresses the deep emotional worlds of youngsters.

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    The Plague at the Karatas Village

    / The Arts House

    A new mayor discovers the macabre secret of a rural village in this absurdist black comedy.

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    Southeast Asian Short Film Competition Programme 3

    / National Gallery of Singapore*
    *Filmmakers in Attendance

    Fragments of uncertainty, loss and belonging weave themselves intensely through these stories.