In this microcosm of the modern world, three couples, each at a different stage of their lives and relationship, face up to the conflicts of their differing cultures, backgrounds and beliefs.
How does one change after having stared death in the face? In this hand-drawn animated short, a man’s love for watermelon becomes the catalyst for introspection.
After the death of her beloved grandmother, Ting struggles to cope with the loss, unsure of the lively funeral rituals. But, beneath strong appearances, everyone copes with grief differently.
A dutiful son struggles to reunite his fractured family as they deal with his ailing father’s condition. However, the shocking discovery of a family secret threatens to undermine his efforts.
Drawing inspiration from his memories of his grandmothers, Michael Kam imagines their childhood spent under different imperialist rule.
Ram reluctantly becomes a brother figure to a young and helpless boy, both undocumented workers. Living in such intense precarity, mutual support might be the only way to survive.
Two teenage boys idle away a seemingly ordinary afternoon, but as events stir up hidden feelings, confusion leads to the testing of boundaries.
Narrated in Kristang, a critically endangered creole language of Portuguese Eurasians, Saudade reimagines rituals of early Eurasian kampongs
to tell a story of loss and displacement.
In this ode to memory and loss, a familiar song leads a grandmother’s spirit back to her family during the Chinese ghost month.
Life on a conveyor belt seems great for Sushi and his Topping friends. But as he begins to contemplate his existence, Sushi wonders if there’s more to life than pimping himself out to savage consumers.