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Synopsis: Wen is finally released after many years of imprisonment. An old man now, he returns to an uneasy reunion with his children. Whilst his daughter welcomes him with open arms, his indignant son reminds him of his lost years. Through his explorations of his home, now turned into a …

A band of orphans at the troubled Iraqi-Turkish border search for mines to sell, a risk-laden venture that mirrors the harsh reality of being stateless. Among them is Satellite, a precocious boy with an uncanny knack for technology, who eagerly awaits the arrival of American troops against Iraqi dictator Saddam …

FRAGMENT is an omnibus film celebrating the strength and diversity of South-East Asian independent cinema. Made up of a collage of ten stories, each story distinctively embraces the other’s subjectivities through the collective sentiments of vulnerability and fortitude. The ten filmmakers are Kan Lume (Singapore), Wesley Leon Aroozoo (Singapore), Sherman …

Ilo Ilo (2013) tells the story of a Singaporean family adjusting to the presence of their new Filipina domestic helper, Teresa, who came to Singapore in search of a better life. Overcoming initially troubles and misunderstanding, Teresa came to develop a special bond and friendship with the family 10-year-old son, and gradually …

Is it right or wrong to tell lies to dementia patients? “I Never Lie” is a love story based on the idea of therapeutic lies. Grandpa loves grandma, who is suffering from dementia, very dearly. And to prevent the constant reminder of the painful truth, grandpa took advantage of her …

Recently from 20 to 23 August, Spotlight in Singapore Cinema, a series of free screenings at Capitol Theatre has restored and brought back five early Singapore movies from 1950s to 1970s, the golden age of Singapore cinema. While young audience and filmmakers had the opportunity to experience the old Singapore …