4th Singapore Short Film Festival
This week marks the start of the biennial Singapore Short Film Festival, now in its 4th year, held at the Substation’s blackbox theatre. The five day event will start this Thursday and end on Monday, and is powerpacked with 31 international shorts set to the theme of creativity and experimentation.
Highlights this year include an episode from the “Heartlines” series by EM Media in association with the UK Film council, “Kichiro” by Kelvin Sng in a homage to Japanese slasher flicks, and a surreal encounter with spaghetti in Marie Losier’s “Flying Saucey!”. Two films stand a chance to walk away with the Voice Award (International) and Voice Award (Singapore) when the winners are announced on the 17th of March.
Tickets will be going at $6/$4 (concession) and is available from Gatecrash. You can also call 6222 5595 for more ticketing info. For the full screening schedule and programme listings, check out their website.