Shot in Singapore, Aloha uses a Hawaiiana theme to tell the story of a young woman who falls into the clutches of a local gangster.
Several SEA documentaries at the 2009 Guangzhou International Documentary Film Festival this December.
Clara, a forty year old ‘tai tai’ (wealthy lady of leisure) faces a mid-life crisis and decides to run away to the only place that has ever made any sense to her – the shopping centers.
Singapore’s official submission to the Best Foreign Language Film Category of the 2008 Academy Awards, 881 is a magical, heart wrenching, singing and dancing extravaganza from director Royston Tan
Based on the 1973 novel by Paul Theroux, Saint Jack tells the life of Jack Flowers (Ben Gazarra), a pimp in Singapore.
Based on the popular satirical website run by Colin and Yen Yen, this series of short comic vignettes strung together was filmed on mini-DV for fun and no money, and with an all-amateur cast.
The stories that flow from the desire to find true love lead us to various stories that come across time, space and consequences, demonstrating with warmth and honesty that the lines between fact and fiction often are blurred.
Huang, Hui, and Guang are doing hard time in Singapore’s notorious Changgi Prison, but despite their different backgrounds, the con man, the petty thief and the gambler become fast friends.
A satirical comedy, which explores the greed, deceit and also the triumph of the human spirits, The Be$t Bet is about the consequence of our choices, and the path it will take us once we cross that threshold.
A meditation on absence and longing, 4:30 is about a moment, and a boy’s attempt to cling to it, escaping his drab reality.