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Sunshine Singapore
Rajendra Gour

1968-72, 8min, Singapore
This silent film features the sights of sunny Singapore set to music. The film captures the hopes of the young filmmaker and beauty of a young nation tempered by the familiarity of daily life... more
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The Archive's Annual Report 2013 Financial Information 2013  are made available for public perusal.

Reel Emergency Project
To build the Asian Film Archive Collection, we invite contributions from filmmakers, collectors, companies and the public. If there are films you know that need our attention, contact us.

Online Catalogue
The catalogue consists of the Archive's collection of local and regional works.

Educators' Workshops
To provide resources and services that are directly relevant to the teaching and learning of moving image media in the school curriculum. For details on the latest workshops, visit here

Film Literacy Programmes
To equip students with the ability to analyze, appreciate and communicate messages in film and video.

Moving Minds Lab
Students get to investigate the dynamics of the local film industry and work on hands-on film advocacy and film investigation/research projects under mentorship.

Singapore Shorts Vol. 2 DVD
Purchase the second anthology of Singapore Short Films to help the Archive raise funds for its preservation and cultural mission.
19th SEAPAVAA Conference and General Assembly
22-28 April 2015
The Asian Film Archive is hosting the 19th SEAPAVAA Conference and General Assembly. The theme is “Advocate, Connect, Engage”, an increasingly important focus amongst archivists. It seeks to address a myriad of issues related to archives’ evolving relationships with their stakeholders, users and the community.

Public Talk by Dr Ray Edmondson: Don't Throw Away That Home Movie!
20 April 2015
Central Public Library.
100 Victoria Street, #B1-01, S188064.

By being at the right place at the right time, home movies bring the past alive in a way that no professional film can. But how do we organise, preserve and choose from the hours of materials we so easily generate today on our digital devices? This talk separates myth from reality, and discusses how to take a conscious approach to caring for our living history.

Public Talk by Linda Tadic: Our Digital Lifestyle: Choices That Affect the Environment
21 April 2015
#03-12 & #04-11, Orchard Gateway, S238858.

Our daily lives utilise digital technology: phones, computers, tablets, cameras, televisions, networks, and digital storage. These technologies that we take for granted contribute to polluting the environment through direct emissions, using dirty power, and becoming e-waste in landfills. This talk will discuss how our digital choices impact the local and global environment, and how individuals and organisations can mitigate that impact.

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