Asian Panorama: The Fragments of Southeast Asian Cinema
31 October 2015, 1pm - 4pm
Redrum, The Projector
This panel discussion is interested to discuss the significance, usefulness, and relevance of the idea of a Southeast Asian Cinema and the different art forms that intersect with the film genre.
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
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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.
AFA10 Presents: Sultan Mahmood Mangkat di-Julang (Asian Premiere)
29 October 2015, 7pm
Gallery Theatre, National Museum of Singapore
This film is newly restored by the Asian Film Archive in celebration of our tenth anniversary. Showcasing a galaxy of stars from the Cathay-Keris studio, Sultan Mahood Mangkat di-Julang stands as one of the finest achievements in Cathay-Keris’ slew of historical dramas made during the golden age of Singapore cinema.
AFA10 Presents: Fragment (World Premiere)
30 & 31 October 2015
Fragment is an omnibus film celebrating the strength and diversity of South-East Asian independent cinema. Made up of a collage of ten stories, each story distinctively embraces the other's subjectivities through the collective sentiments of vulnerability and fortitude.
The ten filmmakers are Kan Lume (Singapore), Wesley Leon Aroozoo (Singapore), Sherman Ong (Singapore/Malaysia), U-Wei Haji Saari (Malaysia), Tan Chui Mui (Malaysia), Lucky Kuswandi (Indonesia), Phan Dang Di (Vietnam), Kavich Neang (Cambodia), Nawapol Thamrongrattanarit (Thailand) and Lav Diaz (Philippines).
This film is commissioned by the Asian Film Archive (AFA) for our tenth anniversary celebrations.