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SJ50 Film Festival (28 Oct 2016, Fri) River Room session 2

Description
SJ50 Film Festival is a non-profit project to celebrate Singapore and Japan’s 50 years of diplomatic relations by showcasing short films from both Singapore and Japan. This is to promote better understanding of both countries, and to encourage Singaporean and Japanese young film makers to have more exchanges through networking, learning, and collaboration. SJ50FF screenings will be held in both Singapore and Tokyo.


SJ50 Film Festival is supported by Embassy of the Republic of Singapore in Tokyo and Kyoto Prefecture, in recognition as a project to celebrate 50th Anniversary of Singapore-Japan Diplomatic Relations ​



SJ50 Film Festival: (28 Oct 2016, Fri) River Room session 2

Dates: 28 (Fri) October 2016

Time: 8:10pm to 9:15pm

Venue: Asian Civilisation Museum, River Room 2F

Tickets: Free with $5 (refundable) for advance registration
Please come to our booth at the venue before 8:00pm, we will cancel your booking, and $5 will be refunded to you. For late comers or no-show, there will be no refunded.

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Programme:

My Girlfriend's Confession Ranking (PG13)
-Drama
Director: Shinichiro Ueda
Country: Japan
Length: 21min 5s
Language: Japanese
Subtitle: English
Completed date: 2014 ​ ​ ​

One day, a guy proposed to his girlfriend. He thought it would be a "Yes, I do", but instead, his girlfriend said she has 17 confessions to made before he decide if he would still want to marry her. What confessions would there be? Would be able to accept all of them, and marry his sweet heart?


Wabi Sabi
-Drama (PG)
Director: Anshul TIWARI & Smita
Country: Singapore
Length: 25min
Language: English
Subtitle: English, Japanese
Completed date: 2015 ​

Life is only lived in full when you embrace love and despair together. This is Annie’s life. She lives with her mother and has a dream to become a performing artist ¬ like her father. Annie’s mother doesn’t want that, perhaps due to a failed relationship with her husband. Annie pushes on and leaves her mother to become an artist. Her mother cannot bear this loss. Over many years of separation, her body withers away. When Annie returns, she finds her mother paralysed. She tries to revive her through one last performance and is able to confide her feelings to her at last. But perhaps it’s too late...


MADE (NC16)
- Drama
Director: Norbert Schooner
Country: Japan
Length: 20min
Language: Japanese, English
Subtitle: Japanese, English
Completed date: 2014

‘Made’ follows the intriguing double life of a young Japanese woman in Tokyo. When a brief encounter with a foreigner threatens to unravel her hidden existence she does everything it takes to protect her secrets. ​


For more detail please visit our webpage: SJ50 Film Festival

For enquiries, kindly email: hi@reddotcinema.com

Other film selections for SJ50 Film Festival


Other screening schedules

SJ50 Film Festival (Terrace Session 1, 21 Oct 2016, Friday)

SJ50 Film Festival (Terrace Session 2, 21 Oct 2016, Friday)

SJ50 Film Festival (Terrace Session 3, 21 Oct 2016, Friday)

SJ50 Film Festival (Gallery Session 1, 21 Oct 2016, Friday)

SJ50 Film Festival (Gallery Session 2, 21 Oct 2016, Friday)

SJ50 Film Festival (Gallery Session 3, 21 Oct 2016, Friday)

SJ50 Film Festival (22 Oct 2016)

SJ50 Film Festival (28 Oct 2016, Fri) River Room session 1

SJ50 Film Festival (28 Oct 2016, Fri) River Room session 2

SJ50 Film Festival (28 Oct 2016, Fri) River Room session 3



Event Timeline
Fri Oct 28, 2016
8:10 PM - 9:20 PM SGT
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Venue
Asian Civilisation Museum
Tickets
River Room session 2 (refundable), 29 Oct 8:10pm~9:20pm $5.00
River Room session 2 (refundable), 28 Oct 8:10pm~9:20pm $5.00
Venue Address
Asian Civilisations Museum, 1 Empress Place, Singapore 179555 Singapore
Directions
The ACM is a 5-minute walk from Raffles Place MRT station (Exit H). Drivers can reach the ACM via a road behind Victoria Theatre and Concert Hall, off Fullerton Road near Anderson Bridge.
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Red Dot Cinema
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