ShoutOUT!: Southeast Asian Film Festival 2014


The Southeast Asian Film Festival is coming to town once again! 

To be held at the Singapore Art Museum from 11 April to 4 May, this fourth installment of the annual festival promises to present a new slew of fresh and compelling cinematic work emerging from the region. The Festival not only offers an opportunity to delve deeper into Southeast Asian issues and concerns, but also provides a platform for "intercultural and philosophical sharing, and for art and film friendships to form". 

Audiences can expect 20 screenings and the chance to interact with both rising directors and veteran filmmakers at 10 post-screening discussions. This year, the Festival's areas of focus include Singapore film and works from Mindanao in the Philippines.  

According to the Festival's website, it appears that every single one of the films lined up is premiering in Singapore, Asia or even in the world for the first time. Highlights include the Asian premiere of acclaimed documentary The Act of Killing (Director's Cut), and the Singaporean works featured are Sanif Olek's Sayang Disayang and multinational production Mister John 

From Sanif Olek's Sayang Disayang
For the full line-up, including a downloadable PDF booklet, visit the official website here.

Ticketing Information:
$10 for each film screening, $8 concession for students with valid ID, senior citizens and NSFs.
Tickets are available from SISTIC and include $1 SISTIC fee.
Due to limited seating, please be advised to purchase tickets early.
For ticket availability at the door, please call SISTIC at 6348 5555.



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