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September 2009

The 12th Annual Manhattan Short Film Festival is coming to Sinema Old School this September and now you can be a part in determining the winner of this event.Join us on Saturday, September 26 at 5.30pm to view, and ultimately judge the next generation of international filmmakers from USA, Australia, Mozambique, UK, Israel, Spain, France, Sweden and Italy. Filmgoers will be handed a voting card upon entry and asked to vote for the one film they feel should win. A total of 172 cities across five continents will take part in this voting process which will finally be tallied at …

You might have missed it, but one notable entry from Singapore made it into the 66th Venice Film Festival earlier this month: the medium length film Earth by visual artist/director Ho Tzu Nyen, which premiered on September 5th as part of the Corto Cortissimo section.

Moderated by Ms Tan Siok Siok, an acclaimed documentary filmmaker who is currently making the World’s first twittamentary, this forum will explore and engage participants in discussing documentary filmmaking and how it relates to the local film scene as well as regionally.

Sinema launches +FILMS FOR CHANGE initiative with an inaugural International Social Action Film Festival – Using Films to Raise Awareness and Provoke Social Change The festival opens on the 9th of September, 2009 (09-09-09) with the highly acclaimed WAR DANCE (Sean Fine & Andrea Nix Fine), a story about the refuge children of war-torn Uganda overcoming tremendous adversity and triumphing over their bleak futures in a national music and dance competition.

Sinema and Scorpio East is giving away tickets to Royston’s new short film screening “Little Note” How to win those tickets? Just tell us why you love Royston in not more than 100 words, and the best entries will win a pair of tickets to the Gala Premiere (an awesome chance to meet Royston!). We have 15 pairs of tickets up for grabs!