Films For Change Sinema: International Social Action Film Festival1 min readReading Time: < 1 minute
Sinema launches +FILMS FOR CHANGE initiative with an inaugural International Social Action Film Festival – Using Films to Raise Awareness and Provoke Social Change
The festival opens on the 9th of September, 2009 (09-09-09) with the highly acclaimed WAR DANCE (Sean Fine & Andrea Nix Fine), a story about the refuge children of war-torn Uganda overcoming tremendous adversity and triumphing over their bleak futures in a national music and dance competition.
The presentation of about 40 short and feature length films from around the globe ends on Singapore’s Children’s Day with the closing film HOLLY (Guy Moshe), a powerful film about child prostitution and sex trafficking in Cambodia.
There are over 50 screenings and forums, many of which will have proceeds benefitting relevant causes. Taking place daily from 3.30pm onwards at Sinema Old School – Singapore’s first independent and fully HD digital movie theater. Listings, trailers, and tickets are available online at www.FilmsForChange.org