1. I'll not name the venue locations, but so far, I had experienced two separate screenings which came with the sounds of a hammer and an electric drill! Thankfully, someone did get whoever it is, to stop what they were doing.
2. For those rushing from the Substation to Sinema Old School, the cab fare from a normal flag down on the streets will set you back by about S$4, and take you about 5 minutes to reach in fair traffic conditions. The route to take is simple (don't let the driver do a left turn into the Fort Canning tunnel!). Take the road along SMU, pass the National Museum, towards Selegie Road and up Mount Sophia Road. If presented with a forked road, keep left. So if you have 4 persons to share a cab, each will only fork out about S$1, allowing you to stay for Q&A sessions of the preceeding screening.
3. Singapore Panorama Cross Talk continues with Jeremy Sing's and my banter on Women Who Love Women. Click on the logo to get to Jeremy's blog for it, and again, exclusive stills and pictures of the Q&A session are available as well.