Month: June 2011

Manicured Nature Talk

Manicure Nature: Investigating Inter-Dependence of Urban–Nature Relationships is a Community and Public Art project organized by Artists Caravan. The objective for this project is to facilitate process driven programs, and...

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Darfur Now

Darfur Now (2007, Ted Braun) is an award-winning documentary examining the genocide in Sudan’s western region of Darfur. From a UCLA graduate in Los Angeles, California, to a Darfurian woman who joins rebel forces, to the...

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Seven Days in Heaven

An original, low-key black comedy set during the week-long Taoist mourning process for an average small-town father, this surprise hit in Taiwan last year, is the debut film of directors Wang Yu-lin and Essay Liu. Seven Days in...

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Animated Favourites: Millennium Actress

A movie studio is being torn down. TV interviewer Genya Tachibana has tracked down its most famous star, Chiyoko Fujiwara, who has been a recluse since she left acting some 30 years ago. Tachibana delivers a key to her, and it...

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The Message

The Message (1977), directed by Moustapha Akkad, is a handsomely-mounted historical epic which concerns the birth of the Islamic faith and the story of the prophet Mohammed. In accordance with the tenets of Islam, Mohammed is...

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Really Really Free Chat Room #7: Another kind of singing at Home?

Really Really Free Chat Room #7: Another kind of singing at Home?

* Image from Chu Hao PeiSchedule for today:8.30pm Artist talk: World Dirt Association (WDA)9pm Artist talk: Gathering of Flocks In conversation with Khairullah Rahim, Rafi Abdullah and Woon Tien Wei9: 40pm Ivan Blow by Blow---------------------------------------------------As we are staying at home due to the lockdown of most services, social gatherings are greatly reduced.We are starting a series of live broadcast called the Really Really Free Chat Room which will broadcast every Tuesday, Thursday & Sunday, 8.30pm to Midnight SGT (UTC +8).

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