Your final chance to catch Mise En SIN the exhibition this week!

Last week, Mise En SIN opened to a great crowd of people from the general public, arts goers and of course, people from the Singapore film industry. Thank you to all who made our opening party a blast too! Mise En SIN is still on this week till 14 Mar. This is your last chance to catch Singapore's first-ever public exhibition of Singapore film posters of this scale.

There are 100 film posters in total on display and they are all from local short and feature films of the last 5 years. Here are the details:

Mise En SIN
28 Feb - 14 March 2011
Weekdays : 6.00 pm - 10.30 pm
Weekends : 12.30 pm to 10.30 pm
The Substation
45 Armenian Street
Singapore 179936

You can order these posters at a contribution to the filmmakers, both at the exhibition and online. For online orders, please send an email to stating your name, contact number and the serial number of the posters you want to own. We will follow up with pricing, delivery and payment instructions.

Facebook Best Poster Voting Contest (on till end April)

In addition, you can vote for your favourite poster in our Facebook Best Poster Voting Contest. 5 lucky voters will stand to win prizes sponsored by Objectifs Films. The creator of the most voted poster will also be awarded with a prize. Visit and click on the Mise En SIN tab to get to the voting contest now!

Booze galore at our Opening Party.. our sponsors Samuel Seow Law Corporation were so sweet to be turning up in an entourage.

Though the lighting does not quite suffice, we still like how this painted billboard (by Mr Neo Chon Teck, Singapore's last surviving billboard painter) makes Substation look like a cinema from the 80s.

A riot of colours in the foyer display

Vincent Tee, a regular on-screen face in Singapore cinema, adds colour to the exhibition

Poster critics

We also several filmmakers to pose next to their babies. here is familiar face in Malay TV, director Sanif Olek and his poster for A La Folie designed by Yane

The other Mr Neo in our exhibition (other than Neo Chon Teck) needs no introduction. He said he has a stack on Liang Po Po posters somewhere and give us for the next Mise En SIN. Wonder if he could come as Liang Po Po too?

Another face that needs no introduction, Royston Tan, posing next to his poster for 4:30, currently one of the most voted poster in our online poster voting contest. We love how he uses the old-school wardrobe as the visual in the poster

Director Meng Ong sizzling up the event and posing below his Miss Wanton poster

Finally, do check out the media and blogger recommendations and write ups on Mise En SIN!

- Article on TODAY - 'Poster Boys and Girls' by Mayo Martin
- Article on
Business Times - 'Local indie films feted in poster exhibition' by Dylan Tan
- Article on
MyPaper - '100 film posters to take you through Singapore films in the recent years' by Maureen Ow
- Mentions on UW and 8 Days pictured here

- Blog post by top Singapore bloggers Goh Yong Wei, Hpility and Mint Leong.
- Finally, check out Mint's fabulous video of our exhibition here!

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