ShoutOUT! - 6th Singapore Indie Doc Fest, 5-8 Sept

The 6th Singapore Indie Doc Fest returns again, as part of The Substation's Septfest! Featuring Lynn Lee and James Leong's THE GREAT NORTH KOREAN PICTURE SHOW, Vladimir Todorovic's DISAPPEARING LANDSCAPE, and short films from Singapore and around the world. Happening from 5 to 8 September 2013, a weekend of human stories that inspire, delight and provoke. Tickets are available from The Substation box office. For reservations, email, or call the Substation at 6337 7800 .

Singapore’s first ever international documentary film festival returns! Featuring more compelling works, portrayals of real people and exciting personas. The Singapore Indie Doc Fest reflects the trials and tribulations of our time.  These are indie documentaries that say what they want.

DAY 1 – Opening Film

Thursday 5 September 2013, 8pm
The Great North Korean Picture Show by Lynn Lee and James Leong
Full synopsis and bios here.
DAY 2 – Singapore Shorts
Friday 6 September 2013, 8pm
Oh Wahai Kebunku (Oh My Garden) by Md Nasiruddin Abdul Razak, Marissa Lim and Engku Nur Hafiszah
Ruslan by Sabrina Poon
Bodies by Nurkhuzaimah Abdul Wahab
Mudita: Selfless Joy by Melvin Chan
Durga by Wong Jingyu
The Kings by Victoria Stephanie Tay
Full synopsis and bios here.
DAY 3 – International Shorts
Saturday 7 September 2013, 8pm
Gypsy Eyes / Leonor Teles
Notes on Blindness: A Rainfall / Peter Middleton, James Spinney
My Grandfather’s House / Shunn Lei Swe Yee
Consideration / Panu Saeng-xuto
Taglia Corto! (Cut It Out!) / Filippo Demarchi
Derby and Groma / Kara Blake
Aus dem Auge / Matthias Zuder
Full synopsis and bios here.
DAY 4 – Closing films
Sunday 8 September 2013, 8pm
The Lightness of a Stone / Vladimir Todorovic
Disappearing Landscape / Vladimir Todorovic
Full synopsis and bios here.
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