ShoutOUT! : 'Images of Desire' Film Screening Event

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'Images of Desire' is a one hour event that showcases some of the short films that were submitted for the 2nd Singapore Short Film Awards in 2011. Within these films is a common theme of desire. Join us to have a peek at the desires of a child’s greatest dream, the search for colour in life, the need for control and escape and the exploration of love in a hotel and a convenience store. There will also be discussion session with famous directors in Singapore. Be tempted by this selection of award-winning Singapore short films as they look at longing and desire in the most curious of places and their often quirky, if not outlandish outcomes.

Images of Desire is proudly brought to you by NUS Centre for the Arts (CFA) and nuSTUDIOS in partnership with the Substation and Objectifs. For more information, please click here.

The selection of films screened include 'Que Sera Sera' by Ghazi Alqudcy, 'Summer and its Rain' by Joshua Simon, 'Timeless' by K Rajagopal, 'Flux' by Nigel Heng, 'Hotel 66' by Anthony Chen, ''Masala Mama' by Michael Kam and 'Contained' by Harry Zhuang and Henry Zhuang.

Still from 'Flux'

Still from 'Que Sera Sera'

Still from 'Timeless'

About The Singapore Short Film Awards

The Singapore Short Film Awards (SSFA) is an annual event which promotes and recognises excellence in short films. The SSFA programme includes a week-long schedule of film screenings, bringing you the best Singaporean shorts produced over the last year. There will also be discussions, masterclasses and even parties. Every film submitted, along with award nominees will get a one-time screening at this event. All screenings are free to attend and no advanced booking is required. The awards ceremony will be held on 10 March 2012 and is by invitation only. The Singapore Short Film Awards presents an Honorary Award to an individual or team who has made a significant contribution to the industry.
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