The bumper month of August ends with the 6th Singapore Short Film Festival


We complete August's short film marathon with the 6th Singapore Short Film Festival. This year's selection is a real bumper edition. The festival spans a whole gamut of genres and contains several special features by country and by genre.

This year’s highlights include Young Love, a collection of films exploring the butterflies in the stomach to the gut wrenching anguish of heartbreak; Horizons, films transcending the usual borders of space, nature and time; and The Kids Aren’t Alright, films that speak of the psyche behind children, adolescents and youths of today. Also included is the S-Express traveling short film series, featuring works by Asian film talents from around the region. Featuring S-Express Singapore, S-Express Thailand, curated by Sanchai Cotirosseranee (Thai Short Film and Video Festival) and S-Express Philippines, curated by Francis Cruz, Dodo Dayao, Richard Bolisay (curators / film bloggers). The Philippines segment will be paying tribute to the late Alexis Tioseco, previous S-Express Philippines curator, and his partner Nika Bohinc, who passed away last year.
Saturday 28 August to Sunday 5 September
The Substation Theatre
Admission: $5 (concession for students, NSF, senior citizens and Friends of The Substation) / $7
For all ticketing enquiries, please call 6337 7535 or 6337 7800
Presented by The Substation Moving Images


Here are the local delights:
Nobody's Home by Nelson Yeo
My Home(Rumah Sendiri) and Sayang by Daniel Hui

Durai & Saro by Prema Menon
A Day Alone by Haider Afandi

Swing by Leon Cheo
October by Ezzam Rahman

Filem by Kent Chan

Lipstick by Agnes Christina

Cubik by Jason Brenizer

Hot! by Koo Chia Meng
Candid Shots of Youth at Play by Athalia Ho

A New Hope by Chermaine Ong

Space Drawing No.5 by Sai Hua Kuan

Tickets by Sherman Ong

Matchhead by Michelle Cheong

and check out this title...Zombies Saved by Cold Dead Heart by Erwin Nah

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