Calling all movie buffs! Blast to the past with a rare 2-day line-up of film classics at The Cathay from 5th to 6th March 2010, as part of the Media Fiesta 2010. Tickets are going at a special price of only $5. Seats are limited, so grab your tickets early to avoid disappointment!
Nik Powell, producer of such classic films as The Company of Wolves, Mona Lisa and The Crying Game, will be in Singapore in March and sharing the ups and downs of the life of a film producer in a special session at the National Museum, organised by Ngee Ann Polytechnic’s School of Film & Media Studies, Chapman University Singapore and the British Council.
The Panasonic Digital Film Fiesta runs for two days, starting tonight at 8pm, so don’t miss it! This is Andy Chung’s interview for his film, Grieving Conscience. Catch Grieving Conscience, and more, during the Panasonic DFF screenings on the 24th and 25th of February.
In conjunction with its 5th Anniversary celebrations, the Asian Film Archive has collaborated with NUS Centre For the Arts to present, Short Films from Asiaduring the NUS Arts Festival 2010. The lineup include new short films by Apichatpong Weerasethakul, Chris Chong, Hong Sang Soo, Lav Diaz, and Tan Chui Mui.
The Panasonic Digital Film Fiesta is happening just tomorrow, and here’s an interview with one of the finalists, N. Mohamed Yahssir, about his film CheckMATE. Catch CheckMATE, and more, during the Panasonic DFF screenings on the 24th and 25th of February.