An Indian migrant worker finds a wallet filled with cash on the floor and is conflicted about whether he should keep it or return the wallet to its owner.
- A graduate of Chapman University Singapore, Eysham Ali’s first short film, Rumahku, Syurgaku (My Home, My Heaven), was awarded the Special Achievement Award at the 2008 Singapore International Film Festival.
On the day of an impending solar eclipse, a cosmic significance occurs between a father and son bringing about an emotional revelation for the both of them.
- Director/animator Jerrold Chong graduated in 2016 with a BFA in Animation at the California Institute of the Arts (CalArts). His films have screened at numerous international film festivals.
A lover of the fruit, Kray accompanies his father in the wee hours of the morning to hunt for wild durians in the forest.
- Kray Chen is a visual artist based in Singapore. His works deal largely with lived experience and corporeality, reflecting on the psyche of a place caught between traditions and modernization.
Mao Shan Wang
Tender recollections of the memories of a man’s wife are told over a journey of durian picking.
- Khym Fong is a recent graduate from the School of the Arts (SOTA), specialising in Film under the Specialised Arts Curriculum.
The unrequited love-story of Xuan, an 18-year-old Beijing punk guitarist who fearlessly plunges through life with his unruly yet loyal bandmates.
- Tingerine Liu is a Singaporean filmmaker whose works traverse across genres and continents. Her works often feature characters living off the beaten path. She is currently developing a feature film that takes place in Beijing, China.