Tuesday, July 12, 2011

8th Singapore Short Cuts

Presented by The National Museum Cinémathèque and The Substation Museum Moving Images, a selection of the best short films entries will be screened over two weekends from 6 August to 14 August 2011.

Screenings include a selection from award-winning Singaporean film director Tan Pin Pin and Anthony Chen and current students and alumni from NYU Tish School of the Arts Asia and Nanyang Technological University, among others. This year’s edition also includes four animated shorts - Libertas, A Cloudy Conumdrum, Burger Burger and Red, and here's the complete lineup:

Date: Saturday, 6 August, 2011
Time: 2pm
Films to be screened:
· The Impossibility of Knowing, directed by Tan Pin Pin
· Snow City, directed by Tan Pin Pin
· Wake, directed by Atsuko Hirayanagi
· Solitary Moon, directed by Eva Tang
· Comfort, directed by Ariq Omar

Date: Sunday, 7 August, 2011
Time: 2pm
Films to be screened:
· One Day I Forgot and Used my Hands a.k.a HANDS, directed by Charles Lim
· Birthday Cake, directed by Ang Soo Koon
· Libertas, directed by Kan Lume and Megan Wonowidjoyo
· I Want to Remember, directed by Sherman Ong
· A Cloudy Conundrum, directed by Samantha Lee Suyi, Yvonne Ng and Calvin Chua
· Burger Burger, directed by Huang Shicong and Gavin Tan Jun Jie
· Thin Air, directed by Kirsten Tan

Date: Saturday, 13 August, 2011
Time: 2pm
Films to be screened:
· Red, directed by Nur Aisyah Binte Suhaimi
· Someday My Prince Will Come, directed by Ezzam Rahman
· Lighthouse, directed by Anthony Chen

Date: Sunday, 14 August, 2011
Time: 2pm
Films to be screened:
· The Wedding Avenger, directed by Michelle Cheong
· Rumah Sendiri, directed by Daniel Hui
· Sayang, directed by Daniel Hui
· The Hole, directed by Tan Shi Jie

Information for all Screenings
Admission: Tickets can be collected at the Stamford Visitor Services Counter a week before each screening. Each person is limited to four tickets and they are available on a first-come, first-served basis.
[Note and Observations from Previous Editions: Do turn up at the event venue even if tickets are all collected / given out beforehand, which is almost always the case, as there will be kiasu dweebs who collect tickets but don't turn up, or collect more than they actually need. So if you're one of them, STOP your stupid practice, OK?]
Venue: Gallery Theatre, Basement, National Museum of Singapore, 93 Stamford Road, Singapore 178897
MRT Station: City Hall, Dhoby Ghaut or Bras Basah
Website: www.nationalmuseum.sg

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