DATES:

Weekend One: 22 – 24 Nov 2019

Weekend Two: 29 Nov – 1 Dec 2019

 

VENUE:

Armenian Street

 

ABOUT FESTIVAL VILLAGE:

The all-new SMF Festival Village will host exciting activities over two action-packed weekends at Armenian Street!

 

Join in the fun, which will include dazzling cinematic experiences under the stars – such as Japanese filmmaker Naoko Ogigami’s 2012 comedy-drama Rent-a-Cat.

 

The SMF Festival Village will also host interactive events such as workshops and masterclasses, immersive AR and VR showcases, live performances, meet-and-greet sessions, food and games and other entertainment perfect for bonding with your friends and family.

 

Admission is free, so see you there!

 

*Programmes are subject to changes*

 

Weekend 1:

22 Nov | 23 Nov | 24 Nov

 

Weekend 2:

29 Nov | 30 Nov | 1 Dec

 


22 NOV, FRIDAY

 

The Playbook

Screening: 《爱本》 The Playbook (2019) (PG) (Mandarin)
Presented by Mediacorp
Date: 22 Nov, Friday
Time: 12pm – 1.30pm
Duration: 81 min
Venue: Main Stage at Discover Zone
Directed by: Bryan Wong
Synopsis:
The directorial debut of actor Bryan Wong, The Playbook stars Shelia Sim as a woman who has it all, but finds out she has only one month to live. Having never experienced love, she sets out to find it, with unexpected results.

 

Masterclass: Media Professional Series – Digital News 
By Jaime Ho, Chief Editor, Digital News 
Presented by Mediacorp
Date: 22 Nov, Friday 
Time: Various Timeslots 
Venue: Substation Level 1, Random Room
About: 
Join various media professionals as they share insights of their role and work within the media industry.

 

Masterclass: Media Professional Series – Chinese Radio News
By Tan Gar Leng, Journalist
Presented by Mediacorp
Date: 22 Nov, Friday 
Time: Various Timeslots 
Venue: Substation Level 1, Random Room
About: 
Join various media professionals as they share insights of their role and work within the media industry.

 

Screening: 3688 (2015) (PG) (Mandarin) |Comedy
Presented by MM2 Entertainment

Date: 22 Nov, FridayTime: 1.30pm – 3.30pm
Duration: 100 min
Venue: Main Stage at Discover Zone
Directed by: Royston Tan
Synopsis:
Directed by Royston Tan, the movie centres around a parking attendant named Fei Fei who always dreams about becoming a singer like her famous idol and namesake - the legendary Taiwanese singer Fong Fei Fei.

 

Show & Tell: How to Tell an Immersive Story in VR
by Abhi Kumar, Chief Creative Director, Warrior9 VR 
Date: 22 Nov, Friday
Time: 2pm – 3pm
Venue: Container
About: 
Join creators Ash and Abhi of Warrior9 VR on the extreme frontiers of storytelling for a glimpse into the creation of virtual reality experiences. There are few rules and references in this new realm of content. They will explain how they weigh the age-old art of crafting a good story with the demands of technologies that are still being imagined. They will talk about why they do it and how the tools are accessible to you too!  

  

Workshop: Video making and Marketing with Mobile 
By Nick Tan, Founder and Producer, AP Media 
Presented by AP Media
Date: 22 Nov, Friday 
Time: 3pm – 4pm 
Venue: The Substation Random Room (Lvl 1) 
“Video Making & Marketing on Mobile” is an introductory workshop to the creative and technical aspects of videomaking and marketing on our everyday handheld mobile devices for content producers of all levels. Participants will familiarise themselves with the entirety of a filmmaker’s workflow from pre-production to post-production, and go through a live demonstration of mobile video making. In addition, we will also be reviewing applications of this content for marketing, including corporate, TVCs and product developments, drawing inspiration from produced content.

 

Screening: Singapore Mosaic: Arabs & Armenians (PG) (English) |Documentary
Presented by Mediacorp
Date: 22 Nov, Friday
Time: 3.30pm – 4.30pm
Venue: Main Stage at Discover Zone
Synopsis:
Beyond Singapore’s main ethnic groups of Chinese, Malays and Indians, there are many smaller groups who have been part of our rich cultural heritage going back to the 1800s. As Singapore celebrates her bicentennial, we look at four such communities – the Arabs, Parsis, Jews and Armenians – who form a tiny but important part of our vibrant mosaic.

 

 KULTUS

Screening: Kultus (PG) (Malay) |Drama
Presented by Mediacorp

Date: 22 Nov, Friday
Time: 4.30pm – 5.30pm
Venue: Main Stage at Discover Zone
Synopsis:
Syakilla, a Singaporean girl studying in New York, inadvertently gets herself embroiled in ELIXR, a cult based in Upstate New York. Her brother, Syafik, travels to Upstate New York and braves the frigid winter cold to help save his sister from the cult. But despite his best efforts, both Syafik and Syakilla will soon realise that there is no escaping ELIXR.

 

The Good Fight

Screening: 《致胜出击》The Good Fight (PG) (Mandarin) |Drama
Presented by Mediacorp

Date:22 Nov, Friday
Time: 6pm – 7pm
Venue: Main Stage at Discover Zone
Synopsis:
Yan Yifeng died after suffering a heart attack in a mixed martial arts match against Thai boxer Desri. His death devastated his father, Yan Dongshan, causing him to give up on his martial arts school. 12 years later, Desri returns to challenge Dongshan. Dongshan takes him on, only to be badly defeated. His daughter Yichen and disciples Zhengbing and Shuya decide to come together to help Dongshan revive his martial arts school to take revenge.

 

Show & Tell: Spotlight on Digital Graffiti Art 
Date:
22 Nov, Friday
Time:
6pm – 7pm 
Venue:
Graffiti Wall Booth  
About: 
Join a local graffiti artist and watch him create a commissioned graffiti artwork on our interactive digital wall. 

 

Rojak Romance

Sunset Cinema: Rojak Romance (PG) (English) | Documentary
Presented by SGIFF
Date: 22 Nov, Friday
Time: 7.30pm – 7.55pm
Duration: 22 Min
Venue: Main Stage at Discover Zone
Synopsis: In this local documentary, a Malaysian Ceylonese Tamil and a Chinese American couple navigates their way through different religious backgrounds, race and identity.

 

Balance

Sunset Cinema: Balance |Animation
Presented by SGIFF
Date: 22 Nov, Friday
Time: 7.55pm – 8pm 
Duration: 4 min
Venue: Main Stage at Discover Zone
Synopsis:
With colours, Balance, a 2D animation, depicts overcoming differences, and finding harmony.

 

SUCKSEED

Sunset Cinema: SuckSeed (2011) (PG) (Thai) |Comedy/ Music / Romance
Presented by SGIFF
Date: 22 Nov, Friday
Time: 8pm – 10pm
Venue: Main Stage at Discover Zone
Duration: 130 min
Directed by: Chayanop Boonprakob
Synopsis:
Ped was a shy boy who never listened to music until introduced to it by his childhood crush, Ern. Ern soon leaves for Bangkok, and it is only six years later that they meet again. Ped's brash best friend, Koong, convinces Ped, along with schoolmate Ex, to form a band with Ern. Their shared attraction to Ern puts a strain on their friendship, and the band's survival.

 

23 NOV, SATURDAY

 

Workshop: Creating Stories of Friendship + Family
Conducted by Naoko Ogigami (writer of series Rilakkuma and Kaoru)
Presented by SGIFF
Date: 23 Nov, Saturday
Time: 11am – 12.30pm (Registration opens at 10.30am)
Venue: The Substation Classroom (Lvl 2)
Free registration: https://creatingstoriesoffriendshipandfamily.peatix.com
About:
Get your children treated to a hands-on workshop with award-winning filmmaker Naoko Ogigami, writer of Netflix animated series Rilakkuma and Kaoru, who will be accompanied by Singaporean filmmaker Ric Aw. With the Rilakkuma and Kaoruuniverse as a starting point, students will work on using the characters and creating scenes that will expose them to storytelling methods for film, including simple storyboarding and tips on different types of camera shots.
For ages 7 to 15.

 

Show & Tell: How to Tell an Immersive Story in VR
by Abhi Kumar, Chief Creative Director, Warrior9 VR 
Date: 
23 Nov, Saturday
Time: 
11am – 12pm
Venue: Container
About:
Join creators Ash and Abhi of Warrior9 VR on the extreme frontiers of storytelling for a glimpse into the creation of virtual reality experiences. There are few rules and references in this new realm of content. They will explain how they weigh the age-old art of crafting a good story with the demands of technologies that are still being imagined. They will talk about why they do it and how the tools are accessible to you too!  

 

Thilaanaa

Screening: Thilaanaa (PG) (Tamil)
Presented by Mediacorp

Date: 23 Nov, Saturday
Time: 12pm – 1pm
Venue: Main Stage at Discover Zone
Synopsis:
Gitanjali’s universe collides with a like-minded soul called Shiva, whose one love in life is dance. Through Shiva, Gitanjali meets 5 girls from different walks of life, deterred from practicing dance. Through Deva, Gitanjali meets Shakthi and his almost defunct dance group. Determined to reconnect them to their purpose, Gitanjali rediscovers herself along the way. Their lives unfold like a dance repertoire, with each movement bringing them towards the next stage of their existence.

 

Show & Tell: Create Art with Band of Doodlers

Date: 23 Nov, Saturday
Time: 12pm – 1pm
Venue: Main Armenian Street Aisleway
About:
Band of Doodlers is a doodling community made up of artists with keen interests in doodling, drawing and illustration. Founded in 2013 by Mas Shafreen, his intent was to create an inclusive platform to promote collaboration and co-creation through an accessible art form. The Band of Doodlers currently has more than 800 members including a stable of more than 200 artists, including renowned illustrators, artists and designers from Singapore and the region.

 

Meet & Greet: Cosplay Parade
Presented by TokuCos Group

Date: 23 Nov, Saturday
Time: 12pm
Venue: Main Armenian Street
About:

TokuCos is a group of Cosplayers dressing up as their favourite Tokusatsu characters such as Super Sentai (Power Rangers), Kamen Rider, Ultraman and many more! Their aim is to spread smiles to those in need. They do collaborations with other charity beneficiaries to give back to society.

 

Im Madam

Screening: I am Madam (PG) (Mandarin) | Romantic Comedy Series
Presented by Mediacorp

Date: 23 Nov, Saturday
Time: 1pm – 2pm
Venue: Main Stage at Discover Zone
Directed by: Alaric Tay and Michelle Chong
Synopsis:
Pepper wants to be the Number One Social Media Influencer in Singapore – but all that she’s ever got is one follower. When her boyfriend Hulk has a change of heart and falls for his fellow army officer Xin Yi, Pepper decides that her next aim is to join the army and win back his heart. Along with her team of female recruits, Pepper and friends endure grueling training routines to become a cohesive team of strong and independent women. Along the way, a new love interest grows. Medical Officer Captain Yip, also Hulk’s best friend, is always by her, and seems to have fallen for Pepper. Where does Pepper’s heart lie – who will she choose in the end?

 

Masterclass: Media Professional Series – English News & Current Affairs 
By Steven Chia, Senior Editor/Presenter
Presented by Mediacorp
Date: 23 Nov, Saturday
Time: 1pm – 2pm  
Venue: Substation Level 1, Random Room
About: 
Join various media professionals as they share insights of their role and work within the media industry.

 

Oddbods

Screening: Oddbods (G) | Animation
Presented by One Animation

Date: 23 Nov, Saturday
Time: 2pm – 2.30pm
Venue: Main Stage at Discover Zone
Duration: 22 min
Synopsis:
Made by local production studio One Animation, Oddbods is a critically-acclaimed non-dialogue animation series that follows the adventures of seven furry, colourful friends surviving the perils of everyday life, where ordinary situations spiral into extraordinary events. Season 2 has been nominated for an International Emmy Kids Award in 2019, and the series has been shown on OTT platforms Hulu, Netflix and Amazon Video.

 

In Conversation With: Vicki Lau, From Singapore to Hollywood
Date: 23 Nov, Saturday
Time: 2pm – 3pm
Venue: The Substation Random Room (Lvl 1)
About:
Hear from Vicki Lau, Singaporean Visual Effects / Writer / Producer / Founder, on her journey from Singapore to Hollywood as she worked on shows such as The Walking Dead, Guardians of the Galaxy, War for the Planet of the Apes and Aquaman.

 

Naoko

In Conversation With: Naoko Ogigami, Filmmaker and writer, with Ric Aw, Singapore Filmmaker
Presented by SGIFF
Date: 23 Nov, Saturday
Time: 3pm – 4pm
Venue: Main stage at Discover Zone
Profile:
Ogigami Naoko was born in Japan. After she graduated from Chiba University, she went to the United States in 1994 to study film at the graduate school of University of Southern California, school of Cinema-Television. She went back to Japan in 2000 and began making a movie there. She received attention for her directorial debut Yoshino’s Barber Shop (2003), which received a Special Mention at the Kinderfilmfest in the Berlin Film Festival in 2004. Her third film, Kamome Diner (2006) has been very successful both domestically and internationally. Her fourth film, Glasses (2007) received Manfred Salzgeber Award of the Berlin Film Festival, and nominated in the Sundance Film Festival. Toilet (2010) made in Toronto, Canada, is her first English language film. Close-Knit (2017) received Teddy Jury Award of the Berlin Film Festival and many awards all over the world. Rilakkuma and Kaoru(2019) is a stop-motion animation series written by Ogigami that premiered on Netflix.
Join Naoko Ogigami as she talks about her films, writing for film and her future projects.

 

Workshop: Character Design
Conducted by ComicCon

Date: 23 Nov, Saturday
Time: 3.30pm – 5pm
Venue: The Substation Classroom (Lvl 2)
About:
A drawing session where participants can learn how to create their own unique characters using fundamentals of character design presented in easy-to-understand bite size tips. Participants will get to create their full original character using a combination of complex shapes that they can bring home.

 

The Wayang Kids

Screening: The Wayang Kids (2018) (PG) (English, Mandarin)
Presented by Brainchild Pictures

Date: 23 Nov, Saturday
Time: 4.30pm – 6pm
Venue: Main Stage at Discover Zone
Duration: 87 min
Synopsis:
The Wayang Kids is about a group of primary school children overcoming cultural and language barriers to represent their school in an international Chinese opera performance. Leading the team is a student with mild autism who has to convince his classmates, teachers and parents and ultimately himself that he deserves a role in the performance. With the support of his classmates from a very diverse background, he must show his courage and perseverance to step up and shine on stage.

 

Meet & Greet: Cosplay Parade
By volunteers from The 501st Legion Singapore Garrison, Rebel Legion Cathar Base Singapura, FightSaber Singapore and Mandalorian Mercs Singapore Kranak Clan

Date: 23 Nov, Saturday
Time: 5.30pm
Venue: Main Armenian Street   
About:

They are known for their accurate portrayal of characters from the Star Wars galaxy and are fan groups recognised by Lucasfilm Limited.

 

Screening: 128 Circle (PG) (English)
Presented by Mediacorp
Date: 23 Nov, Saturday

Time: 6pm – 7pm
Venue: Main Stage at Discover Zone
Synopsis:
128 Circle, a multilingual drama follows the lives of a group of hawkers operating from the fictional 128 Circle Food Centre. The setting reveals the rich diversity of our Singapore heritage while the use of multiple languages reflects our different voices in a fresh, authentic way. The cast includes veteran actors like Duan Wei Ming, Silvarajoo Prakasam; familiar faces Daren Tan, Jae Liew, Sharon Ismail, Ashwini Nambiar, Constance Lau and Chase Tan.

 

Show & Tell: Spotlight on Digital Graffiti Art 
Date: 
23 Nov, Saturday
Time: 
7.30pm – 8.30pm 
Venue: 
Graffiti Wall Booth  
About: 
Join a local graffiti artist and watch him create a commissioned graffiti artwork on our interactive digital wall. 

 

Trespass

Sunset Cinema: Trespass: Stories from Singapore's Thieves Market (PG) (English) | Documentary
Presented by SGIFF
Date: 23 Nov, Saturday
Time: 7.30pm – 8pm  
Venue: Main Stage at Discover Zone
Duration: 30 min
Synopsis:
In 2017, the infamous Sungei Road Thieves Market, which predates the founding of Singapore by over 30 years, was forced to close and make way for the future. Its impending closure ignited dialogues about the value of heritage, heart for the disenfranchised, and sentimentality for history.
In documenting its final days, this documentary also serves as a one-of-a-kind time capsule for future generations to experience the sun-baked streets of the Thieves Market, its characters and items galore.

 

Sunset Cinema: Rent-a-Cat (2012) (PG) (Japanese)
Presented by SGIFF
Date: 23 Nov, Saturday
Time: 8pm – 10pm  
Venue: Main Stage at Discover Zone
Duration: 110 min
Directed by: Naoko Ogigami
Synopsis:
A single woman runs a rent-a-cat service to provide companions for lonely people.
*Director Naoko will make opening remarks before the film.* 

 

24 NOV, SUNDAY

 

Workshop: Casting/Audition for Narrative Films
Conducted by Hello Group
Presented by SGIFF
Date: 24 Nov, Sunday
Time: 11am – 12.30pm (Registration opens at 10.30am)
Venue: The Substation Classroom (Lvl 2)
Free registration: https://castingauditionfornarrativefilms.peatix.com
About:
For youths and kids looking to act on screen or find actors for their next school project – here’s their chance to learn from the people who know how to find people! Hello Group, the casting agency for the Hollywood romantic comedy Crazy Rich Asians (2018), and the Cannes-acclaimed Apprentice (2016), will be sharing tips for students on what goes on in the audition process and what to look for when filling a role for a script.
For ages 7-15.

 

PitchFest by Screenwriters Association 
Date: 24 Nov, Sunday
Time: 11am – 3pm 
Venue: The Substation Theatre

 

Screening: Hawkers in the Centre – Episode #1|Documentary
Presented by Mediacorp

Date: 24 Nov, Sunday
Time: 11am – 12pm
Venue: Main Stage at Discover Zone
Synopsis:
This 2-part documentary series examines why hawkers and hawker centres are such an essential part of the Singaporean DNA. It looks at the parallel history between Singapore's development, and the emergence of our hawker culture, with hawkers feeding Singaporeans for over a century to date.

 

Screening: 128 Circle (PG) (English)
Presented by Mediacorp
Date: 24 Nov, Sunday
Time: 12pm – 1pm
Venue: Main Stage at Discover Zone
Synopsis:
128 Circle, a multilingual drama follows the lives of a group of hawkers operating from the fictional 128 Circle Food Centre. The setting reveals the rich diversity of our Singapore heritage while the use of multiple languages reflects our different voices in a fresh, authentic way. The cast includes veteran actors like Duan Wei Ming, Silvarajoo Prakasam; familiar faces Daren Tan, Jae Liew, Sharon Ismail, Ashwini Nambiar, Constance Lau and Chase Tan.

 

Meet & Greet: Cosplay Parade
Presented by TokuCos Group

Date: 24 Nov, Sunday
Time: 12pm
Venue: Main Armenian Street
About:

TokuCos is a group of Cosplayers dressing up as their favourite Tokusatsu characters such as Super Sentai (Power Rangers), Kamen Rider, Ultraman and many more! Their aim is to spread smiles to those in need. They do collaborations with other charity beneficiaries to give back to society.

 

Show & Tell: Spotlight on Digital Graffiti Art 
Date: 
24 Nov, Sunday
Time: 
1pm – 2pm
Venue: 
Graffiti Wall Booth  
About: 
Join a local graffiti artist and watch him create a commissioned graffiti artwork on our interactive digital wall. 

 

Meet & Greet: Star Search Winners
Presented by Mediacorp
Date: 24 Nov, Sunday
Time: 2pm – 3pm
Venue: Main Stage at Discover Zone  
About:
Meet the newly-crowned Star Search 2019 Winners at the SMF Festival Village! Come meet champion Teoh Ze Tong, Herman Keh (runner-up) and Ye Jia Yun (3rd place) in person.

 

Masterclass: Media Professional Series – Commissioning and Programming for English Entertainment Content (Drama) 
By Kevin Ho, Assistant Lead, Content, English Content and Rachel Wong, Assistant Commissioning Editor
Presented by Mediacorp
Date: 24 Nov, Sunday 
Time: 2pm – 3pm  
Venue: Substation Level 1, Random Room
About: 
Join various media professionals as they share insights of their role and work within the media industry.

 

Masterclass: Media Professional Series – Production Services 
By Vienna Wong, Automation Director and Mud Raydza, Visual Correspondent
P
resented by Mediacorp
Date: 24 Nov, Sunday 
Time: 3pm – 4pm   
Venue: Substation Level 1, Random Room
About: 
Join various media professionals as they share insights of their role and work within the media industry.

 

Sharing Session: Fresh Takes Directors, Ian Fang, Priscelia Chan, Shane Pow and Romeo Tan
Date: 24 Nov, Sunday
Time: 3pm – 4pm
Venue: Main Stage at Discover Zone 
About:
Actors Ian Fang, Priscelia Chan, Shane Pow and Romeo Tan went behind the cameras to create short films. Join us for a sharing session with the directors, and catch their films after!

 

Screening: Fresh Takes

Presented by Mediacorp

《离。归 If Only (G) (Mandarin)

Directed by: Ian Fang

Duration: 24 min

《爱在一百米》Soul Connection (G) (Mandarin)

Directed by: Priscelia Chan

Duration: 23 min

《到此一游 Remember Us This Way (G) (Mandarin)

Directed by: Shane Pow

Duration: 23 min

《航拍男 The Droner (G) (Mandarin)

Directed by: Romeo Tan

Duration: 23 min

Date: 24 Nov, Sunday

Time: 4pm – 6pm

Venue: Main Stage at Discover Zone

Synopsis:

Fresh Takes is a series of 10 local short films directed and produced by Mediacorp artistes Bryan Wong, Romeo Tan, Shane Pow, Priscelia Chan, Joanne Peh and Ian Fang, as well as production teams from Mediacorp Chinese Drama, Studiomonki, Wawa Pictures and August Pictures.

 

In Conversation with: Director, Creator and Cast of Mixed Signals
Presented by SGIFF
Date: 24 Nov, Sunday
Time: 3.30pm – 4pm
Venue: The Substation Theatre
About:
An interactive In Conversation session with the creator of Mixed Signals, Michael Chiang, the director and executive producer of the TV series adaption, Breatrice Chia-Richmond, and cast, Udaya Soundari (Vanda), Chua En Lai (Dr Loh) to answer all the burning questions you have about the story, adaption process, production and the place of Singapore stories in the content landscape.

 

Mixed Signals

Sunset Cinema: Mixed Signals – Episode #1 (2019) (PG) (English)
Presented by SGIFF
Date: 24 Nov, Sunday
Time: 4pm – 5pm
Venue: Substation Theatre
Directed by: Beatrice Chia-Richmond 
Synopsis:
Director and Executive Producer Beatrice Chia-Richmond presents the episodic adaption of the Michael Chiang's classic stage play Mixed Signals. They meet at a government-sponsored event for singles: Victor (Hon Kahoe), a nerdy Chinese engineer, and Vanda (Udaya Soundari), an old-fashioned Indian schoolteacher. After subsequent encounters at the Social Interaction Network (SIN) functions, they go on their first date. There is clearly chemistry, which prompts Vanda to suggest a spontaneous trip to the beach. She tells Victor to meet her there while she heads home first. Unfortunately, tragedy strikes when a TV set falls out of a 17th floor HDB flat and smashes into Vanda as she is on the phone with Victor.

 

Masterclass: Media Professional Series – Malay News & Current Affairs 
By Muhammad Izwan Othman, Presenter 
Presented by Mediacorp
Date:
24 Nov, Sunday 
Time:
4pm – 5pm   
Venue:
Substation Level 1, Random Room
About: 
Join various media professionals as they share insights of their role and work within the media industry.

 

Show & Tell: Create Art with Band of Doodlers

Date: 24 Nov, Sunday
Time: 4.30pm–5.30pm
Venue: Main Armenian Street AislewayAbout:
Band of Doodlers is a doodling community made up of artists with keen interests in doodling, drawing and illustration. Founded in 2013 by Mas Shafreen, his intent was to create an inclusive platform to promote collaboration and co-creation through an accessible art form. The Band of Doodlers currently has more than 800 members including a stable of more than 200 artists, including renowned illustrators, artists and designers from Singapore and the region.

 

Meet & Greet: Cosplay Parade
By volunteers from The 501st Legion Singapore Garrison, Rebel Legion Cathar Base Singapura, FightSaber Singapore and Mandalorian Mercs Singapore Kranak Clan
Date:
24 Nov, Sunday
Time: 5.30pm
Venue: Main Armenian Street   
About:

They are known for their accurate portrayal of characters from the Star Wars galaxy and are fan groups recognised by Lucasfilm Limited.

Sunset Screening: Food Lore: A Plate of Moon (2019) (PG) (English)
Presented by SGIFF
Date: 24 Nov, Sunday
Time: 5pm – 6pm
Venue: Substation Theatre
Directed by: Don Aravind
Anbu, a reluctant young domestic helper from India has been hired to care for Raja, an elderly man in Singapore suffering from Alzheimer’s disease. Amidst their struggles and differences, they bond over food, love, and memories. Just when all seems to be going well, an unexpected piece of news sends Anbu’s world unravelling again.

 

29 NOV, FRIDAY

 

Screening: Short Films by Robot Playground (PG)
Date: 29 Nov, Saturday
Time: 11.30am – 12.30pm
Venue: Main Stage at Discover Zone
Duration: 22 min per film  
Directed by: Ervin Han
Synopsis:
Rain

Two souls in the city try to make their way home in the rain.
Little Red Bricks
A friendship that blossomed between bookshelves in a library grows into a life-long love story that would find its way back decades later in search of memories amongst little red bricks. This film is a tribute to the Old National Library Building at Stamford Road which was demolished in 2004.
The Girl and the Cat
A young girl is separated from her mother at a Singaporean night market and meets a cat who brings her deep into the underbelly of the bazaar where fantasy meets reality

 

Thilaanaa

Screening: Thilaanaa (PG) (Tamil)
Presented by Mediacorp
Date:
 29 Nov, Friday
Time: 1pm – 2pm
Venue: Main Stage at Discover Zone
Synopsis:
Gitanjali’s universe collides with a like-minded soul called Shiva, whose one love in life is dance. Through Shiva, Gitanjali meets 5 girls from different walks of life, deterred from practicing dance. Through Deva, Gitanjali meets Shakthi and his almost defunct dance group. Determined to reconnect them to their purpose, Gitanjali rediscovers herself along the way. Their lives unfold like a dance repertoire, with each movement bringing them towards the next stage of their existence.

 

 beyond the camera

Screening: 《我是媒体人》Beyond The Cameras (PG) – Episode #2 (Mandarin)| Reality Show
Presented by Mediacorp
Date:
29 Nov, Friday
Time: 2pm– 3pm
Venue: Main Stage at Discover Zone
Synopsis:
“Beyond The Cameras” is a reality talent-search competition programme which provides a platform for people who are interested in ‘Chinese Media Productions’ to develop their skills. Candidates whom have successfully gone through the audition will receive on-the-job trainings, with the opportunity to understudy media professionals as they compete for a chance to be the top performers, and a chance to enter the industry. Featuring the work-life of media professionals behind the scene, viewers will get a chance to see what goes on behind the operations of different departments, and some of the biggest show in local showbiz.

 

Show & Tell: Spotlight on Digital Graffiti Art 
Date: 
29 Nov, Friday
Time: 
3pm– 4pm
Venue: 
Graffiti Wall Booth  
About: 
Join a local graffiti artist and watch him create a commissioned graffiti artwork on our interactive digital wall. 

 

Masterclass: 360VR Max – Road to Immersive Content
By Nick Tan, Founder and Producer, AP Media
Presented by AP Media
Date: 29 Nov, Friday
Time: 3.30pm – 4.30pm    
Venue: The Substation Random Room (Lvl 1)
About:
This sharing promises to chart the course of emerging demand for 360VR content in today’s modern world. Traversing trends, content and expectations, participants will enjoy visualising a new reality for their technological future — across virtual reality, augmented reality and 360 content across creative, and even practical means. Join us on the road to immersive content as we show you the evolution of immersive media over time.

 

 KULTUS

Screening: Kultus (PG) (Malay) |Drama
Presented by Mediacorp
Date: 
29 Nov, Friday
Time: 5pm – 6pm
Venue: Main Stage at Discover Zone
Synopsis:
Syakilla, a Singaporean girl studying in New York, inadvertently gets herself embroiled in ELIXR, a cult based in Upstate New York. Her brother, Syafik, travels to Upstate New York and braves the frigid winter cold to help save his sister from the cult. But despite his best efforts, both Syafik and Syakilla will soon realise that there is no escaping ELIXR.

 

Show & Tell: How to Tell an Immersive Story in VR
by Abhi Kumar, Chief Creative Director, Warrior9 VR 
Date: 29 Nov, Friday
Time: 5.30pm – 6.30pm
Venue: Container
About:
Join creators Ash and Abhi of Warrior9 VR on the extreme frontiers of storytelling for a glimpse into the creation of virtual reality experiences. There are few rules and references in this new realm of content. They will explain how they weigh the age-old art of crafting a good story with the demands of technologies that are still being imagined. They will talk about why they do it and how the tools are accessible to you too!  

 

Wild City Secret World

Screening: Wild City - Secret World (PG) (English) | Documentary
Presented by Mediacorp
Date: 29 Nov, Friday
Time: 6pm – 7pm
Venue: Main Stage at Discover Zone
Synopsis:
Almost 30,000 species of animals make their home in Singapore, but many of them remain largely invisible to us. From banded bullfrogs that do battle in rain-sodden drains, to predatory mantises that hunt in suburban gardens, unseen drama unfold all around the city on a daily basis.

 

Old Romances

Screening: Old Romances (PG) (English) | Documentary 
Presented by Chuan Pictures
Date: 29 Nov, Friday
Time: 8pm – 9pm 
Venue: Main Stage at Discover Zone
Directed by: Royston Ran, Eva Tang and Victric Thng
Synopsis: 
There is romance in every corner we turn. In this sequel to the documentary, Old Places, Old Romances takes us on a journey to experience Singapore through the collective voices of ordinary Singaporeans. Through their voices, we hear personal stories from members of the public who shared their anecdotes on radio. Everyday spaces come alive with these special memories, which are bonded forever with these places. Old Romances is a journal of love letters to places that we grew up with.

 

Old Friends

Screening: Old Friends (PG) (English) | Documentary
Presented by Chuan Pictures 
Date: 29 Nov, Friday
Time: 9pm – 10pm  
Venue: Main Stage at Discover Zone
Directed by: Debe Hoo, Boi Kwong, Alvin Lee, Royston Tan 
Synopsis: 
Old Friends is the final installation of a highly popular documentary series consisting of Old Places (2010) and Old Romances (2012). In this latest archival documentary, food is the platter on which personal stories of ordinary people from all walks of life will be collected, unravelled and served. Just like an old friend who has shared or weathered significant moments with us, most of us connect to certain foods that comfort us and trigger nostalgic recollections of childhood and growing up. By compiling these collective voices of Singaporeans, preserving their intimate tales of joys and woes, love and loss, Old Friends offers future generations a scrumptious taste of the past through our binding passion for food.

 

 

30 NOV, SATURDAY

 

Oddbods

Screening: Oddbods (G) | Animation
Presented by One Animation
Date: 
30 Nov, Saturday
Time: 11am – 11.30am
Venue: Main Stage at Discover Zone
Duration: 22 min
Synopsis:
Made by local production studio One Animation, Oddbods is a critically-acclaimed non-dialogue animation series that follows the adventures of seven furry, colourful friends surviving the perils of everyday life, where ordinary situations spiral into extraordinary events. Season 2 has been nominated for an International Emmy Kids Award in 2019, and the series has been shown on OTT platforms Hulu, Netflix and Amazon Video.

 

The Playbook

Screening: 《爱本》The Playbook (2019) (PG) (Mandarin)
Presented by Mediacorp
Date: 30 Nov, Saturday
Time: 11.30am – 1pm
Duration: 81 min
Venue: Main Stage at Discover Zone
Directed by: Bryan Wong
Synopsis:
The directorial debut of actor Bryan Wong, The Playbook stars Shelia Sim as a woman who has it all, but finds out she has only one month to live. Having never experienced love, she sets out to find it, with unexpected results.

 

Im Madam

Screening: I am Madam (PG) (Mandarin)| Romantic Comedy Series
Presented by Mediacorp
Date:
30 Nov, Saturday
Time: 1pm – 2pm
Venue: Main Stage at Discover Zone
Directed by: Alaric Tay and Michelle Chong
Synopsis:
Pepper wants to be the Number One Social Media Influencer in Singapore – but all that she’s ever got is one follower. When her boyfriend Hulk has a change of heart and falls for his fellow army officer Xin Yi, Pepper decides that her next aim is to join the army and win back his heart. Along with her team of female recruits, Pepper and friends endure grueling training routines to become a cohesive team of strong and independent women. Along the way, a new love interest grows. Medical Officer Captain Yip, also Hulk’s best friend, is always by her, and seems to have fallen for Pepper. Where does Pepper’s heart lie – who will she choose in the end?

 

Show & Tell: Spotlight on Digital Graffiti Art 
Date: 
30 Nov, Saturday
Time: 
1.30pm – 2.30pm
Venue: 
Graffiti Wall Booth  
About: 
Join a local graffiti artist and watch him create a commissioned graffiti artwork on our interactive digital wall. 

 

Masterclass: Media Professional Series – Chinese News & Current Affairs
By Tung Soo Hua, Presenter/Executive Editor
Presented by Mediacorp

Date: 30 Nov, Saturday
Time: 2pm – 3pm    
Venue: Substation Level 1, Random Room
About: 
Join various media professionals as they share insights of their role and work within the media industry.

 

 beyond the camera

Screening: 《我是媒体人》Beyond The Cameras (PG) – Episode #3 (Mandarin)| Reality Show
Presented by Mediacorp
Date: 
30 Nov, Saturday
Time: 2pm – 3pm
Venue: Main Stage at Discover Zone
Synopsis:
“Beyond The Cameras” is a reality talent-search competition programme which provides a platform for people who are interested in ‘Chinese Media Productions’ to develop their skills. Candidates whom have successfully gone through the audition will receive on-the-job trainings, with the opportunity to understudy media professionals as they compete for a chance to be the top performers, and a chance to enter the industry. Featuring the work-life of media professionals behind the scene, viewers will get a chance to see what goes on behind the operations of different departments, and some of the biggest show in local showbiz.

 

Masterclass: Short Films Production 
By Filmmaker, Writer and Theatre Practitioner, Saleem Hadi 
Conducted by Anonymous Production

Date: 30 Nov, Saturday 
Time: 3pm – 4pm      
Venue: The Substation Random Room (Lvl 1) 
About: 
SG short films zooms into the making and use of short films across genres and language. Saleem Hadi strongly believes that there are always enough content and context around us to be inspired and tell impactful stories and inspire deeper conversation on topics that affect individuals and society. This session will share on his creative process through the lens of culture, community and even social enterprise to explore the inspiring power of short-filmmaking.

 

Screening: Fresh Takes 
Presented by Mediacorp
《离。归 》If Only
(G) (Mandarin) 
Directed by: Ian Fang 
《爱在一百米》Soul Connection (G) (Mandarin) 
Directed by: Priscelia Chan
Date: 30 Nov, Saturday
Time: 3.30pm – 4.30pm 
Duration: 23 min per film 
Venue: Main Stage at Discover Zone
Synopsis: 
Fresh Takes is a series of 10 local short films directed and produced by Mediacorp artistes Bryan Wong, Romeo Tan, Shane Pow, Priscelia Chan, Joanne Peh and Ian Fang, as well as production teams from Mediacorp Chinese Drama, Studiomonki, Wawa Pictures and August Pictures.

 

Meet & Greet: Cosplay Parade
By volunteers from The 501st Legion Singapore Garrison, Rebel Legion Cathar Base Singapura, FightSaber Singapore and Mandalorian Mercs Singapore Kranak Clan

Date: 30 Nov, Saturday 
Time: 3.30pm 
Venue: Main Armenian Street    
About: 
They are known for their accurate portrayal of characters from the Star Wars galaxy and are fan groups recognised by Lucasfilm Limited.

 

Masterclass: Media Entrepreneurship
by Peter Draw, Founder and CEO, Happwhy Brand
Date:
30 Nov, Saturday
Time: 4pm – 4.30pm
Venue: The Substation Random Room (Lvl 1)   
About:
Get close and personal with Peter Draw in his masterclass session as he share his journey of becoming one of the largest IP in the biggest and fastest Social Media Platform today. 

 

Screening: Hawkers in the Centre – Episode #2|Documentary
Presented by Mediacorp
Date: 30 Nov, Saturday
Time: 4.30pm – 5.30pm
Venue: Main Stage at Discover Zone
Synopsis:
This 2-part documentary series examines why hawkers and hawker centres are such an essential part of the Singaporean DNA. It looks at the parallel history between Singapore's development, and the emergence of our hawker culture, with hawkers feeding Singaporeans for over a century to date.

 

Show & Tell: Create Art with Band of Doodlers
Date:
30 Nov, Saturday
Time: 4.30pm – 5.30pm
Venue: Main Armenian Street Aisleway
About:
Band of Doodlers is a doodling community made up of artists with keen interests in doodling, drawing and illustration. Founded in 2013 by Mas Shafreen, his intent was to create an inclusive platform to promote collaboration and co-creation through an accessible art form. The Band of Doodlers currently has more than 800 members including a stable of more than 200 artists, including renowned illustrators, artists and designers from Singapore and the region.

 

Screening: 128 Circle (PG) (English)
Presented by Mediacorp
D
ate: 30 Nov, Saturday
Time: 5.30pm – 6.30pm
Venue: Main Stage at Discover Zone
Synopsis:
128 Circle, a multilingual drama follows the lives of a group of hawkers operating from the fictional 128 Circle Food Centre. The setting reveals the rich diversity of our Singapore heritage while the use of multiple languages reflects our different voices in a fresh, authentic way. The cast includes veteran actors like Duan Wei Ming, Silvarajoo Prakasam; familiar faces Daren Tan, Jae Liew, Sharon Ismail, Ashwini Nambiar, Constance Lau and Chase Tan.

 

Show & Tell: How to Tell an Immersive Story in VR
by Abhi Kumar, Chief Creative Director, Warrior9 VR 
Date: 30 Nov, Saturday
Time: 5.30pm – 6.30pm
Venue: Container
About: 
Join creators Ash and Abhi of Warrior9 VR on the extreme frontiers of storytelling for a glimpse into the creation of virtual reality experiences. There are few rules and references in this new realm of content. They will explain how they weigh the age-old art of crafting a good story with the demands of technologies that are still being imagined. They will talk about why they do it and how the tools are accessible to you too!  

 

Live Entertainment: The FLYFlickz Hour 
Presented by FLY Entertainment 
Date:
30 Nov, Saturday 
Time: 7pm – 8pm 
Venue: Main Stage at Discover Zone
About: 
Join FLY Entertainment Artiste Irene Ang as she tickles your fancy in a full hour of entertainment, specially created for SMF! With fellow FLY Artistes Patricia Mok and Tosh Zhang, expect a night filled with stand-up comedy, interactive games, and content curated from FLYFlickz.

 

Sunset Cinema: ZombiePura (2018) (PG13) (English)
Presented by MM2 Entertainment
Date: 30 Nov, Saturday
Time: 8pm – 10pm
Venue: Substation Theatre
Duration: 81 min
Directed by: Jacen Tan
Synopsis:
When a mysterious virus breaks out in an isolated army camp, a lazy reservist soldier and his tough commander must work together to survive, and learn what it means to be real soldiers.

 

Screening: 3688 (2015) (PG) (Mandarin)|Comedy
Presented by MM2 Entertainment
Date:
 30 Nov, Saturday
Time: 8pm –10pm
Duration: 100 min
Venue: Main Stage at Discover Zone
Directed by: Royston Tan
Synopsis:
Directed by Royston Tan, the movie centres around a parking attendant named Fei Fei who always dreams about becoming a singer like her famous idol and namesake - the legendary Taiwanese singer Fong Fei Fei.

 

1 DEC, SUNDAY

 

The Wayang Kids

Screening: The Wayang Kids (2018) (PG) (English, Mandarin) 
Presented by Brainchild Pictures 

Date: 1 Dec, Sunday 
Time: 11am – 12.30pm 
Venue: Main Stage at Discover Zone
Duration: 87 min 
Synopsis: 
The Wayang Kids is about a group of primary school children overcoming cultural and language barriers to represent their school in an international Chinese opera performance. Leading the team is a student with mild autism who has to convince his classmates, teachers and parents and ultimately himself that he deserves a role in the performance. With the support of his classmates from a very diverse background, he must show his courage and perseverance to step up and shine on stage.

 

Workshop: Character Design 
Conducted by ComicCon 
Date: 1 Dec, Sunday 
Time: 11.30am – 1pm 
Venue: The Substation Classroom (Lvl 2) 
About: 
A drawing session where participants can learn how to create their own unique characters using fundamentals of character design presented in easy-to-understand bite size tips. Participants will get to create their full original character using a combination of complex shapes that they can bring home.

 

Show & Tell: Spotlight on Digital Graffiti Art 
Date: 1 Dec, Sunday
Time: 12.30pm – 1.30pm
Venue: Graffiti Wall Booth 
About:
Join a local graffiti artist and watch him create a commissioned graffiti artwork on our interactive digital wall. 

 

In Conversation With: Benson Toh, Creative Director, Tribal Worldwide and Roslee, Film Director, Freeflow Productions, Kinship
Presented by Tribal Worldwide

Date: 1 Dec, Sunday 
Time: 1pm – 2pm 
Venue: Main Stage at Discover Zone
About: 
Singapore’s Public Utilities Board (PUB) has released an emotive campaign for Hari Raya that tells the story of two young brothers who separated and eventually found resolution through forgiveness. The campaign, called Kinship is a six-minute short film that aims to highlight that water is precious in land-scarce Singapore. 
Watch the film and join Benson who is the Creative Director and Ross who is the Film Director of Kinship to find out more about the production.

 

Masterclass: Media Professional Series – Scriptwriting & Content Production 
By Prem Anand, Executive Research Writer, Clarabelle Chong, Senior Research Writer and Pamy Tan, Research Writer 
Presented by Mediacorp
Date: 1 Dec, Sunday
Time: 1pm – 2pm    
Venue: Substation Level 1, Random Room
About: 
Join various media professionals as they share insights of their role and work within the media industry.

 

Meet & Greet: KIN Cast 
Presented by Mediacorp
Date: 1 Dec, Sunday 
Time: 2pm – 3pm
Venue: Main Stage at Discover Zone 
About: 
Take this chance to meet the cast of hit Singaporean drama series KIN – including Timothy Lee, Jasmine Sim, Jason Godfrey, Bridget Fernandez, Ebi Shankara, Sofia Dendroff. 

 

Masterclass: Media Entrepreneurship 
by Peter Draw, Founder and CEO, Happwhy Brand 

Date: 1 Dec
Time: 2.30pm – 3pm 
Venue: The Substation Random Room (Lvl 1)   
About: 
Get close and personal with Peter Draw in his masterclass session as he share his journey  of becoming one of the largest IP in the biggest and fastest Social Media Platform today. 

 

Screening: 128 Circle (PG) (English) 
Presented by Mediacorp  
Date: 1 Dec, Sunday 
Time: 3pm – 4pm   
Venue: Main Stage at Discover Zone
Synopsis: 
128 Circle, a multilingual drama follows the lives of a group of hawkers operating from the fictional 128 Circle Food Centre. The setting reveals the rich diversity of our Singapore heritage while the use of multiple languages reflects our different voices in a fresh, authentic way. The cast includes veteran actors like Duan Wei Ming, Silvarajoo Prakasam; familiar faces Daren Tan, Jae Liew, Sharon Ismail, Ashwini Nambiar, Constance Lau and Chase Tan.

 

Workshop: 360 Immersive Content Marketing
by Wei Kai, Marketing and Immersive Content lead, 360VR Asia

Date: 1 Dec, Sunday
Time: 3pm – 4pm     
Venue: The Substation Random Room (Lvl 1)   
About:
“360 Immersive Content Marketing” is an introductory workshop to the creative and technical aspects of generating cutting-edge 360 content, from a producer and consumer standpoint, challenging participants to reimagine the possibilities of content marketing in this day and age, brimming with exciting and creative shots. In addition to the expected wealth of shared experience, participants will be treated to a hands-on shoot and post-production demonstration using the latest 360 content production technology.

 

Meet & Greet:《致胜出击》The Good Fight Cast 
Presented by Mediacorp
Date: 1 Dec, Sunday  
Time: 4pm – 5pm   
Venue: Main Stage at Discover Zone   
About: 
Meet the cast behind this action-packed martial arts drama such as Andie Chen, Paige Chua, Tay Ying, Edwin Goh, Zheng Geping. 

 

The Good Fight

Screening: 《致胜出击》The Good Fight (PG) (Mandarin)|Drama
Presented by Mediacorp
Date:
1 Dec, Sunday
Time: 5pm – 6pm
Venue: Main Stage at Discover Zone
Synopsis:
Yan Yifeng died after suffering a heart attack in a mixed martial arts match against Thai boxer Desri. His death devastated his father, Yan Dongshan, causing him to give up on his martial arts school. 12 years later, Desri returns to challenge Dongshan. Dongshan takes him on, only to be badly defeated. His daughter Yichen and disciples Zhengbing and Shuya decide to come together to help Dongshan revive his martial arts school to take revenge.

 

Show & Tell: Create Art with Band of Doodlers
Date: 1 Dec, Sunday 
Time: 4.30pm – 6pm 
Venue: Main Armenian Street Aisleway
About: 
Band of Doodlers is a doodling community made up of artists with keen interests in doodling, drawing and illustration. Founded in 2013 by Mas Shafreen, his intent was to create an inclusive platform to promote collaboration and co-creation through an accessible art form. The Band of Doodlers currently has more than 800 members including a stable of more than 200 artists, including renowned illustrators, artists and designers from Singapore and the region. 

Show & Tell: How to Tell an Immersive Story in VR
by Abhi Kumar, Chief Creative Director, Warrior9 VR 

Date: 1 Dec, Sunday 
Time: 5pm – 6pm 
Venue: Container
About: 
Join creators Ash and Abhi of Warrior9 VR on the extreme frontiers of storytelling for a glimpse into the creation of virtual reality experiences. There are few rules and references in this new realm of content. They will explain how they weigh the age-old art of crafting a good story with the demands of technologies that are still being imagined. They will talk about why they do it and how the tools are accessible to you too!

 

Meet & Greet: Cosplay Parade
By volunteers from The 501st Legion Singapore Garrison, Rebel Legion Cathar Base Singapura, FightSaber Singapore and Mandalorian Mercs Singapore Kranak Clan
Date:
1 Dec, Sunday 
Time: 5pm 
Venue: Main Armenian Street    
About: 
They are known for their accurate portrayal of characters from the Star Wars galaxy and are fan groups recognised by Lucasfilm Limited.

 


FUN & PLAY

 

Play: Immersive Storytelling in VR

Venue: Gazebo & Container

About:

Explore the possibilities of virtual reality by traversing the ocean floor, challenging your fear of heights and exhilarating lightsaber action! This year’s Festival Village will feature a showcase of immersive VR experiences by award-winning studios Gazebo, Warrior9 VR and Moo. Perfect for families.

The PhoenIX

by Warrior9 VR

The PhoenIX is an animated science-fiction series in VR, designed to give audiences the most visceral narrative experience of their lives. We follow The PhoenIX - a diverse group of warriors - as they race against time to unite humankind against a shadowy, alien enemy. The story is set in the majesty of space.

Oceans We Make

by Warrior9 VR

Oceans We Make is a short, award-winning VR experience designed for impact on the issue of ocean pollution. Using stunning visuals and simple gameplay, this underwater experience will leave you thinking about what we need to do to save our beautiful oceans - in under 5 minutes.

VR Game Zone

by Ignite VR

This experiential zone will feature two thrilling and action-packed games. Enter a futuristic world and slash the beats of adrenaline-pumping music using lightsabers as they fly towards you with Beat Saber. Not for the faint-hearted, Richie’s Plank Experience clones a real-world plank into the virtual world, allowing visitors to walk on a plank that sits 160m above the ground!

 

Play: Fun with Chroma Keyby by Singapore Media Academy

Date: 29 Nov, Friday

Date: 30 Nov, Saturday

Date: 1 Dec, Sunday

Time: 3pm – 8pm

Time: 11am – 8pm

Time: 11am – 6pm

Venue: Gazebo

About:

In this little amusing mock-up studio, participants will experience movie magic first-hand: chroma key, also known as green screen while performing in a simple music video filming. Participants will also enjoy “flying” in the sky and doing an invisible act. These activities are suitable for all age groups.

 

Exhibition: Drawing from Film

Presented by SGIFF

About:

Celebrating its 30th edition in 2019, SGIFF is proud to be the longest running and largest international film festival in Singapore and Southeast Asia since its inception in 1987. Grounded in its rich history, the Festival has built upon its strong foundation of championing Southeast Asian independent cinema to be recognised internationally as its discovery ground today.

As part of the celebration, the Festival has commissioned local artists to reinterpret five iconic local films that are significant to the Festival over the years. Drawing inspiration from the stories and characters, the artists shine new light on the appreciation of these films. The poster artwork is exhibited at the SMF Village, and comes in a postcard set sold in various SGIFF screening venues.   

 

Shop: Comic Con Pop-up Stall

About:

The Singapore Comic Con, Southeast Asia’s ultimate celebration of Western and Asian pop culture, will be having a pop-up stall selling merchandise and tickets to the convention. 

 

Activity: Stamp and Sling

Venue: Gazebo

About:

Personalise your own SMF tote bag with in-house stamps!

 

Activity: ‘I LOVE SMF’ Doodle Wall

About:

Members of the public are invited to unleash their creativity in this collaborative piece by Singapore’s very own Band of Doodlers.

 

Activity: Digital Graffiti Experience

About:

Be creative with an interactive digital graffiti wall where guests can try their hands at creating art using a digital spray can.

 


EAT 

 

  • TruBlue Café
  • The Black Hole Group
  • The Three Good Guys
  • Take a Bite
  • Island Surfer
  • HomeFlavours.SG