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ORGANISED BY: Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre

Movie Screening: 667

Missed the earlier screenings of widely acclaimed local film, 667, 《回程667?

Here’s another chance to catch it as the Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre celebrates the latest win of local filmmaker, Jun Chong, whose debut short film Ke客》, was awarded the Best Asian Short at the13th Sapporo International Short Film Festival. The 13-minute Hakka short which follows the desperate journey of an elderly woman to find her grandfather’s gravestone before the relocation of Singapore’s only Hakka cemetery was part of the omnibus, commissioned by the Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre in 2017.

Produced by award-winning filmmaker Royston Tan, and directed by Singapore’s next-generation local filmmakers – Kirsten Tan, Eva Tang, He Shuming, Liao Jiekai and Jun Chong, 667 tells five stories that trace each filmmaker’s journey in re-discovering their cultural roots and how they make Singapore home.

 

“667”:

  • Nocturne – Liao Jiekai
  • Wu Song Sha Sao – Kirsten Tan
  • Letters from the Motherland – He Shuming
  • Ke – Jun Chong
  • The Veiled Willow – Eva Teng

Rating: NC16

Click HERE to watch the trailer.

 

Registration is now closed as we have reached our full capacity for the event.

Event Date & Time

Nov 17, 2018 - Nov 18, 2018

17 November 2018, Saturday | 4pm & 7pm   (FULL)
18 November 2018, Sunday   | 1pm & 4.30pm   (FULL)
Duration: 75 mins

Venue

SCCC Zhong Sheng Jian Recital Studio, Level 6

Event Language

Mandarin and some dialect, with English and Chinese subtitles

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