Film, Talk/Workshop, Festival

新加坡华语电影节 2018 Singapore Chinese Film Festival

Organised by: Singapore Film Society (SFS) & Centre for Chinese Studies, Singapore University of Social Sciences (CCS@ SUSS)
  • Date:
    27 Apr - 6 May 2018
  • Venue:
    GV Vivo City & Suntec City, Capitol Theatre, Gallery Theatre (National Museum of Singapore), The Projector, La Salle College of The Arts, *SCAPE, City Book Room, Grassroots Bookroom, Kinokuniya Takashimaya
    GV Vivo City & Suntec City, Capitol Theatre, Gallery Theatre (National Museum of Singapore), The Projector, La Salle College of The Arts, *SCAPE, City Book Room, Grassroots Bookroom, Kinokuniya TakashimayaGV Vivo City & Suntec City, Capitol Theatre, Gallery Theatre (National Museum of Singapore), The Projector, La Salle College of The Arts, *SCAPE, City Book Room, Grassroots Bookroom, Kinokuniya Takashimaya
  • Language:
    Mandarin, Cantonese, Hokkien
  • Admission:
    $13 for General Public
    $10 for SFS Film Addicts and SUSS members (Only for tickets purchased at the SISTIC box office with valid membership card)

Synopsis:

Singapore Film Society (SFS) and Centre for Chinese Studies, Singapore University of Social Sciences (CCS@SUSS) are happy to announce the sixth edition of the Singapore Chinese Film Festival (SCFF2018) which will be held over 10 days from 27 April to 6 May at Golden Village Suntec City, Golden Village VivoCity,Capitol Theatre, The Projector, National Museum of Singapore and LASALLE College of the Arts.

For our sixth edition, we present six inaugural experiences to our audiences, including:
1) A documentary as the opening film (Manfei)
2) A five-hour long documentary (Inmates)
3) Animation Shorts showcase
4) Package deals
5) Screening of a Wuxia film (Brotherhood of Blades II)
6) Screenings at two iconic landmarks - Capitol Theatre and The Projector

Our selection this year consists of 58 films in four main sections: Chinese Panorama (25 narrative feature films), Documentary Vision (12 documentaries), Chinese Shorts Showcase (17 short films) and Tribute to Leslie Cheung (four classics). Among the 58 films, a total of 44 will be making its Singapore Premiere, of which four will be presented in original Cantonese-dialogue for the first time in Singapore. We have also curated panel talks featuring international festival guests and local filmmakers.

新加坡华语电影节 2018 Singapore Chinese Film Festival


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