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|Fri, 24 Nov -
Sun, 3 Dec 2017
|National Gallery Singapore, Auditorium, National Museum of Singapore Gallery Theatre, Film Garde Bugis+, Hall 6, Shaw Theatres Lido 4, The Arts House, Screening Room and Capitol Theatre||Film/Movies|
|Thu, 23 -
Thu, 30 Nov 2017
MasterCard Theatres at Marina Bay Sands
|Sat, 2 Dec 2017||Film/Movies|
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Sun, 12 Nov 2017
28th Singapore International Film F...
28th Singapore International Film Festival 23rd November to 3rd December 2017 The Singapore International Film Festival (SGIFF) returns for its 28th edition from 23 November to 3 December 2017. As the largest and longest-running international film platform in Southeast Asia, SGIFF celebrates the stories of Asia, Southeast Asia and the world as told through the art of film and the experience of cinema. With a focus on groundbreaking Asian cinema, SGIFF is known for its dynamic film programming and commitment to nurturing and championing local and regional talent. Its competition component, the Silver Screen Awards, brings together emerging filmmakers from Asia and Southeast Asia while paying tribute to acclaimed cinema legends. Through film screenings, masterclasses, talks and post-show discussions with attending filmmakers, audiences can look forward to discovering universal themes, untold stories and independent cinema in the work of internationally acclaimed directors and Asias most promising filmmakers. Its 28th edition will screen 112 feature and short films from 42 countries, across nine sections Opening, Special Presentation, Silver Screen Awards, Singapore Panorama, Asian Vision, Cinema Today, Midnight Mayhem, Classics: Secret Spies Never Die!, Focus: Histories of Tomorrow - Indonesian Cinema After the New Order. The Festival will take place at multiple screening venues including Marina Bay Sands, Capitol Theatre, Shaw Theatres Lido, National Museum of Singapore, National Gallery Singapore, Filmgarde Bugis+ and The Arts House. For SGIFF Opening Film and Special Presentation Film screenings at Marina Bay Sands, please click here. All information correct as at print time. The festival organiser reserves the right to alter or change the programme and schedule. Please visit sgiff.com for festival updates.
28th Singapore International Film F...
The Singapore International Film Festival (SGIFF) is delighted to open its 28th edition with Angels Wear White, a femme-centric thriller by Chinese director, Vivian Qu. The film's narrative is anchored through the perspectives of Mia, the sole witness to a sexual assault; and Wen, a victim who finds no respite from a mother plunged into shameful despair. Director Vivian Qu's reflection on the precarious existence of a young female in rural China is remarkable in its objective realism and offers a complex image of youths coming of age through disillusionment. The film stars Vicky Chen (Best Leading Actress Nominee for 54th Golden Horse Awards), teenage actress-singer Zhou Meijun, and veteran Chinese actress, Shi Ke and actor, Geng Le. The Special Presentation section is a gala showcase of some of the most talked about and anticipated new films from today's leading and up-and-coming filmmakers: Directed by Anup Singh, The Song of Scorpions is a twisted tale of love between a camel trader and a mystical singer played out amidst the breathtaking scenery in the deserts of Rajasthan. Get ready for a visual spectacle lensed by Swiss cinematographers Pietro Zuercher and Carlotta Holy-Steinemann who chose to highlight the barren sandy landscapes in luscious earthy hues. The strength of the film however lies in the chemistry between the two leads - the charismatic Irrfan Khan, and the radiant Golshifteh Farahani - both award winners in their own right. Featuring songs by renowned Indian composer and lyricist Madan Gopal Singh, the film will mesmerize you with its blend of mythology, folk legend and the fervor of love, revenge and loss. In this debut feature film, Oh Lucy!, Director Atsuko Hirayanagi expands on her critically-acclaimed 2014 short which premiered at Cannes Critics Week. Aided by a fine cast - Shinobu Terajima as the earnest trainwreck Setsuko/Lucy, Kaho Minami as the sharp-tongued Mika, and Josh Hartnett as the affable John, the strength of the film lies in its quirky humour and underlying sardonic wit. With just the right winning formula of combining culture clash and family dramedy, Oh Lucy! is a lighthearted, enjoyable affair with a dash of darkness - an exploration into an older woman's loneliness and desire to be loved by both her family and the men she encounters in her life. All information correct as at print time. The festival organiser reserves the right to alter or change the programme and schedule. Please visit sgiff.com for festival updates. SGIFF 2017 Festival Schedule SGIFF 2017 Festival Guide Click Here For Theatre Conditions of Entry
Loving the Silent Tears - A New Mus...
Loving the Silent Tears is a musical journey of the spirit that traverses the seas and continents in a timeless search for inner peace. An unprecedented musical experience, the show will combine the magic of theater, the mystical beauty of traditional dances, the soul-stirring realm of poetry - and more. Travel the globe through 16 countries, represented by a dazzling array of ancient and modern music styles, songs sung in many languages, vibrant choreography across the cultures, and of course, a diverse star-filled cast. Now, this new musical special screening is coming to SG Golden Village (GV Max) Vivocity on Saturday, Dec 2, 2017 at 2pm.Director: Tony nominee Vincent Paterson[director of Michael Jackson’s & Madonna’s world tours]Choreographer: Emmy winner Bonnie Story[choreographer of “High School Musical 1, 2 & 3”]Inspiration: Supreme Master Ching Hai[world-renowned spiritual teacher, humanitarian, poet and artist]In addition, enjoy a complimentary admission to a Celestial Art Exhibition at 1-2pm on 2 Dec at GV MAX (ViVoCity) Foyer. Join us to explore traces of divine realms in the exquisite jewellery designs, softly glowing lamps, brilliantly coloured paintings, fine handcrafts, and more!
Omni-Theatre - Digital Movie
Omni-Theatre — SE Asia's First 8K 3D Digital Dome TheatreThe Omni-Theatre uses state-of-the-art digital projectors and powerful digital planetarium software to present fulldome shows of unrivalled digital resolution and brightness.A key highlight is our 3D dome movie which is the first of its kind in SE Asia. It uses active 3D technology to provide the sharpest images and the most immersive experience.With Asia's largest seamless dome screen (23m), specially designed seating configuration and surround-sound effects, you will be enthralled by an experiential learning journey like no other! Digital Movies1. Natural Selection 3D (40min)Join Darwin on his voyage to the Galapagos Islands, and learn the mechanism of natural selection through beautiful examples in nature.Recommended for: Age 10 and above2. Dinosaurs @ Dusk (40min)Go on a whirlwind time travel adventure back to the epoch of the Dinosaurs.3. Back to the Moon for Good (30mins) Directors Award, Jena Fulldome Festival 2014Best Planetariun Choice, Macao Int’l Fulldome Festival 2014 Immerse yourself in a race to return to the Moon 40 years after the historic Apollo landings. See how a real-life competition (Google Lunar XPRIZE) among privately funded international teams is ushering in a new era of lunar exploration. To win, a team must land a robotic spacecraft on the Moon, navigate 500 metres over the lunar surface, and send video, images and data back to Earth. Learn about the Moon's resources and discover what humanity's future on the Moon might hold. Note: Malaysia’s Independence-X is the only Southeast Asian team and 1 of the 5 finalists still in the running for this competition which ends December 2017. Cheer for them and learn more about space exploration.4. Robots (40mins) Today's robots are nothing short of astonishing. Those coming in the not-too-distant future are simply revolutionary - and they are becoming eerily like us. ROBOTS showcases the latest developments - the successes and failures - of robotics around the world. It is a fascinating and fun look at what makes us human and how humanoids are already changing our world. Robot "actor" RoboThespian will introduce you to CHIMP, ATLAS, PR-2, Herb the Butler, ICUB, and others as he takes you on an amazing tour of what's going on in robotics labs around the world.
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