Three Local Films Celebrate Untold Stories of Human Connections at Changi Airport1 min readReading Time: < 1 minute
Local filmmakers Eysham Ali, Kathleen Bu, Li Kayue and Zon Chan, have collaborated with the Changi Airport Group to launch ‘Where Dreams Take Flight: Singaporean Short Stories’, a compendium of three short films. The project aims to capture untold stories of human connections at Changi Airport, while exploring themes such as family relationships, social interactions, and personal aspirations.
The first of the films to be launched, Kathleen Bu’s Auntie Oh Lives In Your Memories, will debut as an official selection in the Singapore Panorama segment at the Singapore International Film Festival before being available on Changi Airport’s website and Facebook page.
Subsequently, the two other short films, Last Call and Vuja De will be released in 2022.
The four filmmakers are mentored for Wee Li Lin and Huang Junxiang, award-winning local filmmakers whose experience working on previous projects with CAG such as the ‘SG50 I’m Home’ video, provided valuable insight and perspectives to the budding filmmakers.