28 Apr - 11 May
Screening Room, The Arts House
Standard ticket: $9
Bundle of 3 films: $24
The film programme for SIFA 2018, curated by the Asian Film Archive, features an international selection of exceptional new works celebrating independent voices across the world. From the adversity of fictive or real-life icons to the positions of the marginalised, the constellation of films hopes to respond to the general sentiment of the festival programming with ideas revolving around the notion of resistance and the experience of the individual.
Continuing the trend from past SIFA film programmes, this individualism can also be experienced and translated on screen through the singular visions embodied by the filmmakers. Valuing the ingenious and the risk-taking in cinema, Singular Screens hopes not only to be diverse in representation but bold in putting together its palette of cinematic adventures. Whether as illustrations of resilience, peculiarity or the extraordinary, the films and their characters will continue to project imagined futures and aspire for alternate possibilities amid larger circumstances.
|A Man of Integrity||Iran||28 April (Sat)||4PM||117min|
|I've Got A Little Problem||China||28 April (Sat)||7.30PM||44min|
|The Widowed Witch||China||29 April (Sun)||2PM||120min|
|Madeline's Madeline||USA||29 April (Sun)||7.30PM||93min|
|Die Tomorrow||Thailand||30 April (Mon)||7.30PM||75min|
|14 Apples||Taiwan/Myanmar||1 May (Tues)||4PM||84min|
|Die Tomorrow (Repeat Screening)||Thailand||1 May (Tues)||7PM||75min|
|Milla||France||2 May (Wed)||7.30PM||128min|
|A Man of Integrity (Repeat Screening)||Iran||3 May (Thurs)||7.30PM||117min|
|Arábia||Brazil||4 May (Fri)||7.30PM||97min|
|The Future is Behind You + Acts and Intermissions||USA||5 May (Sat)||4PM||20min + 57min|
|Team Hurricane||Denmark||5 May (Sat)||7PM||96min|
|Madeline's Madeline (Repeat Screening)||USA||5 May (Sat)||9.30PM||93min|
|The Nothing Factory||Portugal||6 May (Sun)||2PM||177min|
|Ashwatthama||India||6 May (Sun)||7.30PM||120min|
|24 Frames||Iran||11 May (Fri)||7.30PM||114min|
ABOUT THE ASIAN FILM ARCHIVE
Founded in 2005 as a non-profit organisation, the Asian Film Archive aspires to be a hub for the Asian film community. Through organised screenings, and educational and cultural programmes that open and enrich new intellectual, educational and creative spaces, it aims to preserve the rich film heritage of Asian Cinema, encourage scholarly research on film and promote a wider critical appreciation of this art form.
Since 2014, the Asian Film Archive has been a subsidiary of the Singapore National Library Board. It is an affiliate of the International Federation of Film Archives, an institutional member of the Southeast Asia-Pacific Audiovisual Archive Association, and the Association of Moving Image Archivists.
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