Review: Disgraced by SRT [16/11/16]

When was the last time you caught yourself out for not checking your privilege? More often than not, we find ourselves becoming more and more aware of the distinct class […]

Preview: A Yellow Bird (SGIFF 2016)

Local director K Rajagopal’s debut feature A Yellow Bird will be receiving its Singaporean premiere during the 27th SGIFF! A Yellow Bird stars TV actor Sivakumar Palakrishnan as Siva, an ex-convict released after […]

Zipline Across The Thames For Charity!

If you’re an adrenaline junkie and want a truly thrilling London experience, then this one’s for you. For the first time ever, Evelina London Children’s Hospital has announced an opportunity […]

Preview: Mrs K (SGIFF 2016)

In 2009, Malaysian New Wave director Ho Yuhang teamed up with Hong Kong actress Kara Wai to create At the End the Daybreak, which brought Wai’s action heroine career back to life. […]

SGIFF 2016: Taste + Town In A lake

Taste is a short film following Bassley, a Nigerian football player in the Vietnamese football league. After breaking his leg, he is let  off and in desperation, finds work in a […]

Preview: Disgraced by SRT

SRT rounds off their 2016 season with one of the most thought provoking plays this decade. Get your tickets for the Singaporean premiere of Pulitzer-Prize winning play Disgraced, which has also […]

Preview: French Film Festival 2016

The annual French Film Festival is back again! We’re huge lovers of French cinema, and the selection this year is very exciting, with a well curated set of films from […]

Review: Your Name dir. Makoto Shinkai

Hot off the 2016 London Film Festival, Your Name is the latest from director Makoto Shinkai, whose previous works include 5 Centimeters Per Second (2007) and Children Who Chase Lost Voices (2011). I’ve personally always loved Shinkai’s […]