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A Hero’s Journey @ Asian Festival of 1st Films – The Arts House

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The Asian Festival of First Films opens this week and there are two Singapore films in the running. The first to be screened is a nomination for Best Documentary, A Hero’s Journey.

A Hero JourneyIn this film by Grace Phan, Timor L’este’s president Xanana Gusmao narrates and presents a cross-section of his people and their stories, from horror and war to hope and possibility.

If you missed the screening at Cine.SG earlier this year, now’s your chance to see it. It’s playing twice at The Arts House: Thursday, November 30 at 7:30 pm, and Sunday, December 3 at 2:30 pm. Get tickets directly from The Arts House.

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  1. […] Besides A Hero’s Journey, the only other Singapore film nominated in the Asian Festival of 1st Films is Becoming Royston. This is a coming-of-age tale about the son of a prawn farmer in an island village who finds his dreams — and love? — only when he leaves home for the mainland. […]

  2. 29 November 2006 at 2:47 pm

    Screened already at Cine.SG earlier this year btw. From the trailer, looks like a hagiography.

  3. […] Besides A Hero’s Journey, the only other Singapore film nominated in the Asian Festival of 1st Films is Becoming Royston. This is a coming-of-age tale about the son of a prawn farmer in an island village who finds his dreams — and love? — only when he leaves home for the mainland. […]

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