On how the four-walled apartment is a constant in Southeast Asian shorts.
Since the advent of the digital age, shooting on celluloid film has taken a backseat in the cinematic world. Gone… Read more »
I first heard of the Youth Jury and Critics Programme only because my school, NTU’s Wee Kim Wee School of… Read more »
As part of SGIFF’s New Waves dialogue sessions, we invite an alumni from our Youth Jury and Critics’ programme to respond… Read more »
After 5 arduous weeks of congregating at NTU and *SCAPE at 10am to watch the South East Asian short films… Read more »
The existence of human life is a question that remains wrapped within the darkened curtains of an enigma. While theories… Read more »
This article contains spoilers for Hilom (Still). How much do we need to know about a film in order to… Read more »
Even for nerdy cinephiles, short films can come across as highbrow minefields. But should it deter the everyday audience?
As I Lay Dying was Phuong Anh’s first attempt at playing and working with moving images.