Share our love for Singapore with the extensive showings at the Film Festival! Don’t miss Royston Tan’s specially commissioned feature film, “Old Friends”, which explores the theme of food through personal stories of everyday Singaporean. From May, some of these films will travel to select public libraries.

Old Friends
By Chuan Pictures

old friendsFrom the creators of Old Places (老地方) and Old Romances (老情人) comes the final instalment of the trilogy: Old Friends (老朋友). Savour the stories of those who pioneered the rich, authentic flavours (古早味) of traditional Singaporean cuisine, and those lucky enough to taste them in this evocative film by Royston Tan and his team.




Centrepoint Kidz
By Bobbing Buoy Films

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The Centrepoint mall of the 1980s used to be a vibrant and colourful hangout popular with youths collectively known as the Centrepoint Kids. Director Wee Li Lin pays tribute to their lively subculture and positive spirit in her film Centrepoint Kidz, chronicling the story of a youth’s initiation into the exclusive group.While these rebels of yesteryear may now have children of their own, the film serves to highlight how these parents once sought unique and daring means of expressing themselves as well.



Kway Chap
By Sun Koh

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Even though filmmaker Sun Koh grew up in a family of famous kway chap hawkers, she never made a film about them. Now she makes a last ditch attempt at documenting the memories of her family and their livelihoods before they disappear. But many of the places where they started the trade no longer exist – is she one step too late?




The Violin
By Robot Playground Media

Violin CroppedWitness an unconventional recollection of Singapore’s history over the span of 80 years, all from the perspective of a violin.

Directed by Ervin Han, The Violin is an animated short film retelling our nation’s past, struggles and journey – from World War II to the tumultuous political times that led to Singapore’s separation from Malaysia, right up to the present.



 Rewind/Remind – A Film Festival by the Singapore Memory Project (By invitation only)

Date: 24 May 2015, 7.30pm – 10.30pm
Location: Level 11, National Library, 100 Victoria Street, 188064
Registration is full! Thanks for your continuing support!