The 27th Singapore International Film Festival (SGIFF) takes place from Nov 23 to Dec 4 and the organizers have planned a series of dialogue sessions leading up to it. Starting on Apr 27 and continuing every last Wednesday of the month until Aug 31, New Waves: Emerging Voices of Southeast Asian Cinema will highlight the work of up and coming filmmakers from around the region.
Held at *SCAPE, the program is designed to shed light on the filmmakers’ entrances into cinema and their approaches to using film as a mode of expression. The first session will focus on Singaporean director Gladys Ng in dialogue with author Yu-Mei Balasingamchow. Ng’s 2015 short film My Father After Dinner will be screened during the session.
Tickets are available for $5 through Peatix