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Upcoming events to look out for2 min read

16 June 2008 2 min read


Upcoming events to look out for2 min read

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nuSTUDIOS Film Camp 2008
Date & Time: 16 July, 9am – 18 July, 9pm
Venue: Studio 3, National University of Singapore, Centre for the Arts

Film Camp 2008 kicks off this July in an aim to train the next generation of directors, scriptwriters, cinematographers, sound designers, editors and gaffers.

At only $30, the camp comprises of a 3D/2N stay at the Aloha Loyang chalet, and gives you the chance to make your own film, mingle with industry insiders and make new friends.

Online registration has begun, and will continue till 1 July, 2008. For more information, email or

Under the Banyan Tree: Open Air Cinema
A Programme of the National Museum Cinematheque
Free Admission

The popular Under the Banyan Tree outdoor screenings return to the National Museum this April. Celebrate the romance and magic of cinema with your family and friends in a refreshing open-air setting as we screen some of your favourite and most beloved movie classics.

Friday 27 June
Madu Tiga / Rivals Three
Director: P. Ramlee
100 mins | PG | Malay w/ English subtitles

Saturday 28 June
Bujang Lapok / Old Bachelor
Director: P. Ramlee
105 mins | PG | Malay w/ English subtitles

For updates and enquiries, please call +65 6332 3659 or +65 6332 5642 or check out

Singapore Living Galleries – Film & Wayang
Scripting a New Life

Celebrate the creativity of Singapore society through time in the four Singapore Living Galleries, each with a lifestyle theme close to the hearts of Singaporeans.

You are in for a visual treat in this gallery. View excerpts of early iconic films, movies paraphernalia and listen to various movie theme songs written by Malay legendary superstar, P.Ramlee. Be amazed by the intricately sequined Chinese opera costumes and accessories wore by the opera veterans. Witness the spectacular Xin Sai Le Puppet Stage that belonged to Xin Sai Le, a Fujian troupe which came to Singapore from South China in the 1930s.

You will also be able to trace the development of Chinese opera and the emergence of home-grown films as popular entertainment in Singapore.

Operating Hours:
10am-8pm, daily
Free admission from 6pm-8pm, daily
(last admission at 7:30pm)

Admission Fees
S$10 Adults
S$5 Seniors (above 60 years old), Students and NSF
(Prices include admission into the Singapore Living Galleries and Singapore History Gallery)
Free admission for children 6 years and under
Free entry to all galleries for seniors, every Monday.

For updates and inquiries, check out

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