Asian Film Focus 2016 | Short Film Screening 4
Presenting cutting edge short films from Singapore, Thailand, South Korea, and Hong Kong.There will be a post screening Q&A session
When best friends Goy and Lee realize that their period dates no longer coincide, they are forced to confront secret and lies.
2. Open Sky by Tan Jingliang / 18 min / Singapore / PG
Two friends reconnect at their childhood haunts in the heartlands. As the night lengthens, their conversations draw out how they have deviated from their dreams through the course of life.
3. Don’t Just Dream, Do! by Gurung George, Kandal Satish, Bishwokarma Bipin, Gurung Subin / 12 min / Hong Kong / PG
Two brothers are deeply passionate about singing and free-running, but they are far less talented than they think. One day they suddenly wake up with the abilities they have always boasted about, however they later face a huge disappointment.
4. Sleepless Night With Bamboo Wife by Lee Seung Ju / 29 min / South Korea / NC16
One hot summer night, a down and out novelist picks up a discarded bamboo wife (known as a traditional hollow bamboo bolster used in Korea during summer). But from this point, his sleepless night lasts forever.
About the Asian Film Focus
Asian Film Focus (AFF) presents cutting edge films based on a thematic approach from the region. With screenings and dialogue sessions with Asian programmers and filmmakers, the programme strives to promote dialogue and exchange between players in the Asian independent film industries, their audiences, and their peers.
This year, AFF will feature films from South Korea, Thailand, Hong Kong, and Singapore. To find out more about the programme, click here:
Theme: Youth Today
Situated in the transitional period between childhood and adulthood, many Asian youths today live in environments saturated with media and technology that are also bound by traditional attitudes. As such, we hope to explore ideas about what it means to be a youth in an Asian society at present. What are their aspirations and fears? Do youths today share the same concerns as previous generations? What is the impact of Asia’s obsession with youth? Through looking at the differences and similarities of youth culture across Asian societies, the programme hopes to then connect to broader issues and concerns in contemporary Asia.
- The event description was updated. Diff 2016-09-07 07:56:04
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM SGT
On sale until Sep 10, 2016, 12:00:00 PM
- Venue Address
- 155 Middle Road Singapore
Nearest MRT stations: Bras Basah (approx. 5 min walk) and Bugis (approx 10 min walk)