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Updated SIFF Screening Schedule

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The 21st Singapore International Film Festival kicks off in two week’s time on 4 April 2008 with The Princess of Nebraska (directed by Wayne Wang, co-starring Singaporean female actress Pamelyn Chee) at Lido, 9.15pm and continues on for the next ten days.

siff.jpgSinema Old School is proud to be part of this year’s SIFF and will play host to the premiering Singapore Panorama section which houses a total of 16 films.

Listed below (read on!) is the updated screening schedule (as of 26 March) of the Singapore Panorama section listed according to the screening dates. Tickets are available from Sistic.

5 April (Sat)

11:00am – Women Who Love Women / 65min / Lim Mayling

2:00pm – Lucky 7 / 83min / Sun Koh and friends

4:15pm – Dance of a Modern Marriage (Short film preceding Road to Mecca) / 30min / Ellery Ngiam

4:15pm – Road to Mecca / 60min / Harman Hussin
7:00pm – Women Who Love Women / 65min / Lim Mayling
9:15pm – Women Who Love Women / 65min / Lim Mayling

6 April (Sun)
2:00pm – Homeless FC / 103min / James Leong, Lynn Lee
4:15pm – Hashi / 113min / Sherman Ong

7:00pm – Women Who Love Women / 65min / Lim Mayling

9:15pm – Dreams From The Third World / 86min / Kan Lume

7 April (Mon)

7:00pm – Haze (Short film preceding Veil of Dreams) / 14min / Anthony Chen

7:00pm – Veil of Dreams / 64min / Zaihirat Babu Codelli
9:15pm – Dirt Out / 74min / Yousry Mansour

8 April (Tue)
7:00pm – Homeless FC / 103min / James Leong, Lynn Lee

9:15pm – Vivid (Short film preceding Diminishing Memories II) / 30min / Sam Loh

9:15pm – Diminishing Memories II / 48min / Eng Yee Peng

9 April (Wed)

7:00pm Dance of a Modern Marriage (Short film preceding Road to Mecca) / 30min / Ellery Ngiam
7:00pm – Road to Mecca / 60min / Harman Hussin
9:15pm – Boomtown Beijing / 70min / Tan Siok Siok

10 April (Thu)
7:00pm – To Speak / 104min / Craig Ower

9:15pm – After the Rain (Short film preceding Keronchong For Pak Bakar) / 13min / Royston Tan

9:15pm – Keronchong For Pak Bakar / 55min / Abdul Nizam Hamid

11 April (Fri)

7:00pm – Dirt Out / 74min / Yousry Mansour
9:15pm – Homeless FC / 103min / James Leong, Lynn Lee

12 April (Sat)

11:00am – Lucky7 / 83min / Sun Koh and friends
2:00pm – Boomtown Beijing / 70min / Tan Siok Siok

4:15pm – Vivid (Short film preceding Diminishing Memories II) / 30min / Sam Loh
4:15pm – Diminishing Memories II / 48min / Eng Yee Peng
7:00pm – Lucky7 / 83min / Sun Koh and friends
9:15pm – 18 Grams of Love / 85min / Han Yew Kwang

13 April (Sun)

11:00am – After the Rain (Short film preceding Keronchong For Pak Bakar) / 13min / Royston Tan

11:00am – Keronchong For Pak Bakar / 55min / Abdul Nizam Hamid
2:00pm – To Speak / 104min / Craig Ower

4:15pm – Haze (Short film preceding Veil of Dreams) / 14min / Anthony Chen
4:15pm – Veil of Dreams / 64min / Zaihirat Banu Codelli

7:00pm – Hashi / 113min / Sherman Ong

9:15pm – After the Rain (Short film preceding Keronchong For Pak Bakar) / 13min / Royston Tan
9:15pm – Keronchong For Pak Bakar / 55min / Abdul Nizam Hamid

The 21st SIFF concludes on 14 April with the film Road to Dawn at Lido, 9:15pm. So free your calendars and take this chance to show your support for Made-in-Singapore films!

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