SCCC’s first commissioned film “667” has been selected to be screened at Asian Film Archive’s Off the Catalogue April 2022 issue! The series curates a line-up of films every month based on different themes. In April, you can look out for both older films done in the 50s and newer films like “667” to explore migration, diasporic travels, and redefinitions of what is home or homeland.
Produced by award-winning filmmaker Royston Tan, this five-part anthology is the collaborative work of 5 local film directors – Eva Tang (我们唱着的歌 The Songs We Sang), He Shuming (AND THE WIND FALLS), Kirsten Tan (POP AYE), Liao Jiekai (Red Dragonflies), and Jun Chong (New Resident 《新民》).
Each filmmaker portrayed their emotional and spiritual journey in their exploration to find what makes Singapore home, cumulatively reminding and celebrating Singapore’s rich traditions, legacies and diversity.
For more juicy details and to purchase tickets, visit https://www.asianfilmarchive.org/event-calendar/off-the-catalogue-april-2022/. Psst… We’ll also be showcasing a segment of this film in an exciting project during June — stay tuned!
Rating: NC16 – Some Sexual Scenes
Apr 06, 2022
Chinese dialects, English, Mandarin, with English and Chinese subtitles
Aged 16 and above