Post Archive

October 2007

Singapore film Solos will be having its premiere in the US tomorrow at the American Film Institute Film Festival at the ArcLight Theatre in Los Angeles. It will be the first Singaporean film invited to screen at the AFI festival, where it will compete in the International Feature Competition.

Singapore Dreaming has won the Best Asian/Middle-Eastern Film Award at the 20th Tokyo International Film Festival.

Local movie 881 has been nominated for the Best Styling and Best Costume category in the 44th Taiwan Golden Horse Award Competition, reports The Straits Times. Alongside the box office hit are two other Singaporean films which have also received nominations, including Home Song Stories and Jack Neo’s Just Follow Law.

The Substation will be holding its first Click For Art auction as a fundraiser, and items up for grabs will be displayed from 2 – 9 November at Millenia Walk, alongside lunchtime performances. Items up for grabs will soon be available on the Substation’s eBay site, so stay tuned to the auction website to keep updated for the list of items up for grabs.

Ekachai Uekrongtham’s feature film Pleasure Factory continues its successful run in Shaw cinemas island-wide. The 88-minuter is currently the highest grossing R-21 film to hit local screens this year with close to $16,000 in box office returns so far, beating other R-21 movies such as Hostel Part II and The Hills Have Eyes 2.

Make the video you have always wanted to make in one weekend in the Fly By Night Video Challenge 2007. Kicking off this coming Friday, the weekend-long marathon film competition will be held on the new Lasalle campus, and will close its submissions on the 4th at 12pm sharp.