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싱가포르 국제 영화제

지난 3년 연속 싱가포르 국제 영화제(SGIFF)의 스폰서로 활동한 마리나 베이 샌즈는 싱가포르 영화 산업에 더 많은 활력을 불어넣기 위해, 올해 2017년부터 SGIFF를 샌즈의 자선 단체 명단에 포함시켰습니다.

ArtScience Museum에서 존경받는 프로듀서, 연기자, 업계 전문가와 함께하는 마스터 클래스 및 대화에 참여하세요.


 
예정 프로그램
  • Specters and Tourists
  • Masterclasses
  • Conversations
Specters and Tourists

SPECTERS AND TOURISTS

Exhibition opening 11 November – 17 December 2017

Level 3

ArtScience Museum is proud to co-organise with the Singapore International Film Festival a new film installation by Japanese filmmaker and artist Daisuke Miyazaki. Specters and Tourists is a two-part film installation that depicts urban life, and scenes from Singapore, as seen through the eyes of Daisuke Miyazaki.

In the first part of the installation, Specters, Miyazaki weaves scenes from existing footage into a new multi-screen portrait of characters trapped like ghosts, or specters, in their everyday lives. In fragments we follow them, as they oscillate repeatedly between life and death, human and animal forms, and feelings of bland uniformity and seclusion.

By contrast, in the accompanying installation, Tourists, two friends, played by Nina Endo and Sumire Sato, win a lottery ticket and travel abroad on a whim. Their adventures lead them to Singapore. Unexpected encounters in unfamiliar surroundings cause them to explore a new side of the city, and in the process discover a new side of themselves.

This inaugural exhibition of Specters and Tourists is co-organised by ArtScience Museum and Singapore International Film Festival.

 

ArtScience Late: ARE & Miyazaki

ArtScience Late: ARE & Miyazaki

Thursday, 16 November | 8pm

Expression Gallery, Level 4

Free on a first-come, first-served basis. Limited capacity.

Experience this immersive, exuberant performance 'All Life is Tour' by independent sound project and art rock band, ARE, directed by Japanese filmmaker Daisuke Miyazaki as part of his exhibition Specters and Tourists. Live improvised music and filmic images of anonymous suburbs and everyday landscapes create a unique encounter for each viewer, moving in and out of life as both specter and spectator.

This performance is held in conjunction with the inaugural exhibition of Specters and Tourists, co-organised by ArtScience Museum and Singapore International Film Festival.

Daisuke Miyazaki
Born in Yokohama, Japan in 1980, Daisuke Miyazaki is the director of Yamato (California), which screened at SGIFF in 2016. He is also one of the Berlinale Talents directors of the omnibus film, 5 to 9, which world premiered at the Taipei Golden Horse Film Festival 2015 and subsequently screened at SGIFF in the same year. His first feature film, End of the Night, was selected for numerous international film festivals and won the Special Mention Prize at the Toronto Shinsedai Cinema Festival.

ARE
ARE is an independent sound project and art rock band based in Singapore by Frank and Lily. The duo invites the listener to psych-art arrangements that sway between loud guitars, colourful electronics, and lyrical tales in impossible time. They have performed and recorded in Japan, Australia and Singapore.

This performance is held in conjunction with the inaugural exhibition of Specters and Tourists, co-organised by ArtScience Museum and Singapore International Film Festival.

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ArtScience on Screen: 5 to 9

5, 11 – 12, 18 – 19, 26 Nov, 3 Dec | 2:00pm, 3:30pm, 5:00pm

6 – 10, 13 – 14, 17, 20 – 21, 23, 27 Nov, 4 - 5 Dec | 5:00pm

Please note that there will be no screening on 8 Nov

Expression Gallery, Level 4
80 mins | Free admission

Classification: M18: Sexual scenes & coarse language

Mandarin, Japanese, Thai with English subtitles

5 to 9 comprises four short films that transpire across 5pm to 9am on the evening of the historic Brazil-Germany match at World Cup 2014, spanning intimate vignettes of unrequited love and final meetings.

In China, a young migrant worker has saved 3,000 RMB to finally spend a night with a middle-aged prostitute, but she plans to leave the city the same night instead. In Singapore, a local teacher and his paramour from China are out for a rendezvous, submitting the fate of their future to the result of the football match. The Japanese counterpart centres on a porno-projectionist collecting debts from the punks for the poor. The film concludes in Thailand with the filming of the last scene of a sci-fi movie. Behind the camera, the director is suspicious of his leading actor and the actress who is also his wife.

Directed by Tay Bee Pin (Singapore), Daisuke Miyazaki (Japan), Vincent Du (China) and Rasiguet Sookkarn (Thailand)

This screening of 5 to 9 is co-presented by ArtScience Museum and Singapore International Film Festival.

Shekhar Kapur

SHEKHAR KAPUR

Saturday, 29 November 2017 | 2:00pm

Duration: 60 min

Venue: Expression Gallery, Level 4

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“Every story being told is an idea for rebellion,” says award-winning director Shekhar Kapur. This is no less true with his body of work, especially from two of his most famous and critically acclaimed works, 1994’s Bandit Queen and 1998’s Elizabeth, both of which courted controversy over his reimagination of famous lives in history. A visionary filmmaker and storyteller, Kapur believes that the fundamental idea to his work lies in changing ideas and perceptions. Find out more about his rebellious streak, the differences he sees between storytelling in Asia and Europe, and what he wants to say with his future projects during the masterclass.

For more information, please refer to SGIFF website

Clara Law

CLARA LAW

Wednesday, 29 November 2017 | 7:00pm

Duration: 60 min

Venue: Expression Gallery, Level 4

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Clara Law is one of the most interesting directors to emerge from the Second Wave of Hong Kong cinema of the late '80s, creating works that are thought provoking, imaginative and honest. Diaspora is a theme that runs through a lot of her works. But more importantly, from the dispossessed and exiles, she goes further to explore the nomadic existence of the modern man, the alienation and loneliness of the contemporary human existence, and the transience of existence itself.  Her works can be described as a poetic diaspora - with concerns steeped in humanity and a continual search for the ultimate truth. In this intimate conversation session, we find out more about Law’s poetic narratives, her focus on the aesthetics of cinema, and the impact her own personal journey in life has made on her works.

For more information, please refer to SGIFF website

Philip Lee

PHILIP LEE

Friday, 1 December 2017 | 7:00pm

Duration: 60 min

Venue: Expression Gallery, Level 4

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Philip Lee has been involved in numerous projects throughout his career. From thought-provoking science-fiction, historical biopics, a video game adaptation and currently, a franchise series, Lee’s diverse choices in stories and directors to work with transcend the usual formulas of successful filmmaking. Instead, they focus on exciting works that are as original as they are adventurous. In this conversation session, we find out more from the experienced producer on what attracts him to a story, what his passions are and what he hopes to see in the future for Asian cinema.

For more information, please refer to SGIFF website

CINEMA LEGEND
KOJI YAKUSHO

Saturday, 2 December 2017 | 5:30pm

Duration: 60 min

Venue: Expression Gallery, Level 4

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A celebrated figure in world cinema, Koji Yakusho has made his mark in both arthouse and commercial realms, steadily rising from Japanese success to international recognition. Whether playing a white-collar worker, a burnt-out detective, a powerful samurai leader or father to a rebellious teenager, Yakusho's natural screen presence is as commanding as it can be heartwarming to audiences and critics alike. In this celebration of his work as a cinema legend, we get up close and personal with the star and find out what drives him to continue reinventing himself in his diverse filmography up till today.

For more information, please refer to SGIFF website

Golshifteh Farahani

SPECIAL PRESENTATION
THE SONG OF SCORPIONS

Friday, 24 November 2017 | 3:00pm

Duration: 60 min

Venue: Expression Gallery, Level 4

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Patterned like the music of Rajasthan’s desert civilization and unfurling like a folktale, The Song of Scorpions explores another mystic realm related to love - reflecting on possession, revenge and compassion. Anup Singh’s stunning feature stars Iranian actress Golshifteh Farahani, fresh off her Paterson fame, and acclaimed Indian actor Irrfan Khan as two individuals confronted by their desires, fury and fervor amidst the unforgiving sparseness of their homeland. Join us in this In Conversation session with the director and cast, and find out how much of their own passions radiate within the film.

With director Anup Singh, and cast Golshifteh Farahani and Irrfan Khan.

For more information, please refer to SGIFF website

SPECIAL PRESENTATION
THE WHITE GIRL

Tuesday, 28 November 2017 | 3:00pm

Duration: 60 min

Venue: Expression Gallery, Level 4

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In Christopher Doyle and Jenny Suen’s The White Girl, Hong Kong’s reimagined future is painted as a city on its last legs of authenticity before commercialization and gentrification take over. Essentially a love paean to their hometown, the film is a search for identity and space at the moment of its disappearance, drawn from their own personal feelings. Starring ingénue Angela Yuen as The White Girl and Japanese award-winning actor Joe Odagiri, we find out more about film’s conceptualization, the birth of the characters and how the film relates to Hong Kong today.

With directors Christopher Doyle and Jenny Suen, and cast Angela Yuen and Joe Odagiri

For more information, please refer to SGIFF website 

Oh Lucy

SPECIAL PRESENTATION
OH LUCY!

Thursday, 30 November 2017 | 3:00pm

Duration: 60 min

Venue: Expression Gallery, Level 4

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Oh Lucy! tells the story of Setsuko, a middle-aged wallflower who comes out of her shell after falling for her American instructor, John, played by Josh Hartnett. In this bittersweet and funny feature, director Atsuko Hiranayagi examines the idea of what it would be like if the “quiet one” in the family speaks up, or if the shy coworker becomes adventurous, seizing prime opportunities in their lives. We get to know Hiranayagi’s inspiration behind the film, how it was like filming in both Japan and America, and what were the casting auditions like for the colourful characters portrayed in the story.

With director Atsuko Hiranayagi and cast Josh Hartnett

For more information, please refer to SGIFF website


SGIFF 소개


 
1987년 처음 시작된 싱가포르 국제 영화제(SGIFF)는 싱가포르에서 가장 크고 오래된 영화 행사입니다. 많은 국제 영화 평론가들이 참여하는 로컬 예술 일정에서 상징적인 이벤트가 되었고, 다양한 프로그램으로 유명하며, 싱가포르와 지역을 위한 획기적인 아시아 영화에 초점을 맞추어 왔습니다. 현지와 지역 인재들을 육성하고 실버 스크린 어워즈(Silver Screen Awards)를 후원하며 아시아와 동남아시아에서 새롭게 떠오르는 영화 제작자들을 한자리에 모음과 동시에 뛰어난 작품들에 찬사를 보냅니다. 이 페스티벌은 영화제작사를 방문하는 멘토십 프로그램, 마스터 클래스와 다이얼로그를 통해 영화제작이란 에술에서의 대중의 흥미, 예술적 대사, 문화 교환을 촉진시키기 위한 촉매재 역할을 합니다. SGIFF는 Institution of Public Character(IPC)와 비영리단체인 싱가폴 국제 영화제(Singapore International Film Festival Ltd)에 의해 주최됩니다.
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