Post Archive

October 2010

It may seem like “The Art of Dagim”, inspired by Joaquim Valdes’s Cinema One 2010 Originals entry “Dagim”, is keeping the Halloween theme to the core. But the Halloween exhibit is more than just shock and awe. It’s an attempt to re-introduce horror pop culture to the Filipino youth.

Within a decade, Indian cinema went through a significant upheaval. But despite winning national awards and film festival invitations, very few of these films got theatre distribution. The new wave movement started as a reaction to the Indian commercial films, but it never became the sustainable parallel cinema that critics and some filmmakers had hoped for.

BLOOMBERG GAME CHANGERS follows Sergey Brin and Larry Page in this series of documentary on today’s significant leaders. It documents their journey from the first meeting at Stanford to new media mega-company on a collision course with old media businesses of newspapers, books, movies and television.

Shabana Azmi is a brilliant and powerful actress sustaining India’s so-called parallel as well as mainstream cinema. She has starred in over sixty movies and served in the Upper House of the Indian Parliament for six years independently, and as the UN Good Will Ambassador for India.

Be among the first in Asia to see the RED EPIC camera, powered by the new 5K Mysterium X sensor. Ted Schilowitz from Red Digital Cinema will be in Singapore to show off the EPIC and screen a selection of of RED footage, including some of the latest footage from the MX sensor that will go into the upcoming EPIC camera.

Perspectives Film Festival 2010 presents a series of films that break the boundaries of reality and story-telling as we know it. Perspectives Film Festival, now in its third edition in 2010, is an annual festival organised by students from the NTU WKWSCI.