Singapore International Film Festival Launches Its First-Ever Fundraising Collaboration With Local Risograph Studio, Knuckles & Notch

19 August 2021, Singapore – Singapore International Film Festival (SGIFF) is proud to announce its first-ever Fundraising Collaboration with local Risograph studio, Knuckles & Notch through a Limited Edition Risograph print, titled ‘Air Mata Kucing <3’.

Over the years, SGIFF has become iconic in bringing a vibrant film experience to the city and a deeper appreciation of Singapore’s cinematic culture. Unbeknownst to most, SGIFF is a non-profit organisation that aims to serve as a platform to showcase the best of Southeast Asian and local film, whilst championing the continued growth of cinematic talent through SGIFF Film Academy – the region’s first holistic training initiative to support Southeast Asian film talents and nurture film appreciation among the audience.

Funds will help SGIFF to continue to bring quality independent films with engaging and inspiring stories to our community and its developmental programmes to nurture the next generation of Singaporean & Southeast Asian storytellers.

So with every donation of $55 to SGIFF, one can now support making a difference to cinema and receive a limited edition Knuckles & Notch risograph print that takes you on a visual ride through some of the most iconic Southeast Asian films.

‘Air Mata Kucing <3’ is a commemoration of the Singapore film industry with its amalgamation of iconic film characters and legends. Depicted is a time warp – and merge – of significant moments from each of the 17 films obsessively watched, with a collage of different time periods, different directions, and intentions that takes the viewer back to specific scenes. It’s an immersion of stories, an insight into beloved characters, reinterpreted into a hodgepodge of cultures that mirrors the modern multicultural society of Singapore – all while offering a glimpse of the yesteryears through architectural and humanoid imagery. ‘Captured’ in the perspective of the filmmakers, the narrative, as they say, is up to the beholder. 

All our donations are routed through giving.sg, which means one gets an awesome art piece and a 250% tax deduction receipt!* Pre-orders are being taken & limited prints are available. Each piece will be individually numbered and comes with a certificate of authenticity

Find out more at https://sgiff.com/sgiff-x-knuckles-x-notch/

For Media Enquiries, please contact:

Looi Ping
Marketing Manager
M: +65 9855 2021
E: ping@sgiff.com

Olivia Lin
Senior Marketing Executive
M: +65 9748 9246
E: olivia.lin@sgiff.com

About the Singapore International Film Festival (SGIFF)

Founded in 1987, the Singapore International Film Festival (SGIFF) is the largest and longest-running film event in Singapore. It has become an iconic event in the local arts calendar that is widely attended by international film critics; and known for its dynamic programming and focus on ground-breaking Asian cinema for Singapore and the region. Committed to nurturing and championing local and regional talent, its competition component, the Silver Screen Awards, brings together emerging filmmakers from Asia and Southeast Asia while paying tribute to acclaimed cinema legends. With its mentorship programmes, masterclasses and dialogues with attending filmmakers, the Festival also serves as a catalyst for igniting public interest, artistic dialogue, and cultural exchanges in the art of filmmaking. The SGIFF is organised by the Singapore International Film Festival Ltd, a non-profit organisation with Institution of a Public Character (IPC) status. For more information, please visit https://www.facebook.com/sginternationalfilmfestival/

The 32nd edition of SGIFF will return from 25 Nov - 5 Dec 2021.