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December 2009

This January, Anonymous presents A Design Film Festival 2010 in Singapore. This will be the first film festival in Asia dedicated solely to design. Audiences can expect an eclectic selection of films on architecture, graphic design, art, motion graphics, photography and guerrilla culture.

Singapore’s first feature film production in 2010 is looking for help from the film community. Award-winning filmmaker Boo Junfeng is shooting his first feature film and is looking for extras to fill up a scene on the dance floor of a club.

SINdie is a blog that supports local films in its own unique ways and and they are planning something special for the year end on our blog, something that would be a useful resource for all in the film community as well. It is like a ‘Who’s Shooting What?’ guide for 2010. So they want you to share some info on your ‘pet’ or key project of 2010.

Merry Christmas to our readers! Sinema.SG is relaunching with a new look for the new year and we’ll be bringing you new content and features come 2010. Thank you for the feedbacks and comments – do keep them coming. As we close a very eventful year that has seen many ups and downs – here is a sneak preview as we iron out the bugs at the after our server migration and backend upgrade. Here’s to a great 2010 for our film industry!

2008 | Comedy | USA | English | 98 min | M18 | $10 Director: Amyn Kaderali Premieres 16th December 2009 at Sinema Old School

The Panasonic Digital Film Fiesta (DFF) has undertaken 10 young filmmakers in its Emerging Filmmaker Programme. In this mentorship programme, the young filmmakers are matched with experienced professionals who mentor them during the production of their short film. The young filmmakers will provided Panasonic’s latest AVCCAM Camcorder AG-HMC41EU to shoot on so as to ensure High-Definition quality films.