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May 2008

17 years after box office hit Point Break was made in 1991, the movie comes back with a sequel, Point Break: Indo, which will be financed and produced by Singapore’s RGM Entertainment.

Singapore broadcasting giant MediaCorp, has hopped onto the bandwagon of one of the biggest Asian animation projects Yona Yona Penguin.

With a brief but solid start to the upcoming series of talks by local industry gurus and experts, the Film + Music talk on Saturday, 10 May, saw a cosy gathering of film and music enthusiasts coming together at Sinema Old School, where local film director, Wee Li-Lin and music guru, Joe Ng, together with Nicholas Chee, Sinema Old School’s Incubator Programme Director, gave an impassionated session.

Truth Be Told (PG) Director: Teo Eng Tiong 2007 | Singapore | Mandarin w/ English subtitles | 83 mins

To Speak (PG) Director: Craig Ower 2007 | Cambodia / Australia / Singapore | 104 mins

As a fore to the documentary Keronchong For Pak Bakar, SIFF screened one of Royston Tan’s latest short films, After The Rain. Although it has been accessible for quite a while now at the Army Museum of Singapore (ARMS), there hasn’t been much coverage so far; and that’s a mistake.