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新加坡国际电影节(SGIFF)



滨海湾金沙连续四年作为新加坡国际电影节(SGIFF)的特约赞助商,进一步加强对新加坡国际电影节的支持力度,2017 年将其纳入最新的指定合作慈善机构,致力于打造出充满活力、蓬勃发展的新加坡电影产业。

滨海湾金沙继续支持区域电影制作和编剧人才培养与发展,艺术科学博物馆再次与新加坡国际电影节合作,联合举办《逛街物语》十周年放映纪念活动。

滨海湾金沙连续四年作为新加坡国际电影节(SGIFF)的特约赞助商,进一步加强对新加坡国际电影节的支持力度,2017 年将其纳入最新的指定合作慈善机构,致力于打造出充满活力、蓬勃发展的新加坡电影产业。

滨海湾金沙继续支持区域电影制作和编剧人才培养与发展,艺术科学博物馆再次与新加坡国际电影节合作,联合举办《逛街物语》十周年放映纪念活动。

 

近期活动
 

滨海湾金沙连续四年作为新加坡国际电影节(SGIFF)的特约赞助商,进一步加强对新加坡国际电影节的支持力度,2017 年将其纳入最新的指定合作慈善机构,致力于打造出充满活力、蓬勃发展的新加坡电影产业。

滨海湾金沙继续支持区域电影制作和编剧人才培养与发展,艺术科学博物馆再次与新加坡国际电影节合作,联合举办《逛街物语》十周年放映纪念活动。

 

近期活动
 


 
Upcoming Programmes
  • Specters and Tourists
  • Masterclasses
  • Conversations
Specters and Tourists

SPECTERS AND TOURISTS

Pameran dibuka 11 November – 17 Desember 2017

Level 3

ArtScience Museum dengan bangga bekerja sama dengan Singapore International Film Festival untuk menyelenggarakan instalasi film baru karya sineas sekaligus seniman asal Jepang, Daisuke Miyazaki. Specters and Touristsadalah instalasi film yang terdiri dua bagian. Film ini menggambarkan hiruk pikuk perkotaan disertai sejumlah adegan yang diambil di Singapura, yang dilihat dari sudut pandang Daisuke Miyazaki.

Pada bagian pertama instalasi, Specters, Miyazki merajut setiap adegan dari cuplikan yang ada ke dalam beberapa potret layar baru dari sejumlah karakter yang terperangkap di dalamnya, seperti hantu atau makhluk halus, dalam kehidupan sehari-hari mereka. Kita mengikuti jejak mereka dalam sejumlah fragmen, saat mereka terombang-ambing antara hidup dan mati, bentuk manusia dan hewan, serta perasaan hambar di tengah keseragaman dan kesendirian.

Di sisi lain pada instalasi berikutnya, Tourists, dua sahabat yang diperankan oleh Nina Endo and Sumire Sato, tengah memenangkan tiket lotre dan mencetuskan ide gila untuk bertolak ke luar negeri. Petualangan ini mengantarkan mereka ke Singapura. Perjumpaan tak terduga dengan lingkungan sekitar yang asing membawa mereka dalam penjelajahan sisi baru kota ini. Dalam proses ini, mereka menemukan sisi lain dalam diri mereka.

Pameran perdana Specters and Tourists terselenggara atas kerja sama ArtScience Museum dan Singapore International Film Festival.

 

ArtScience Late: ARE & Miyazaki

ArtScience Late: ARE & Miyazaki

Kamis, 16 November | 20.00

Expression Gallery, Level 4

Gratis, dilayani berdasarkan siapa cepat dia dapat. Kapasitas terbatas.

Nikmati pertunjukan penuh semangat nan menghanyutkan 'All Life is Tour' dari band art rock dan proyek musik independen, ARE, hasil arahan sineas Jepang Daisuke Miyazaki yang juga menjadi bagian dari pamerannya, Specters and Tourists. Pertunjukan musik langsung yang diimprovisasi dan gambaran filmis dari pinggiran kota tak dikenal dengan lanskap sehari-hari menciptakan perpaduan unik bagi setiap penikmat yang keluar masuk kehidupan layaknya makhluk halus dan orang yang melihatnya.

Pertunjukan ini diadakan bersamaan dengan pameran perdana Specters and Tourists yang terselenggara atas kerja sama ArtScience Museum dan Singapore International Film Festival.

Daisuke Miyazaki
Daisuke Miyazaki lahir di Yokohama, Jepang pada 1980 dan merupakan sutradara Yamato (California) yang ditayangkan di SGIFF pada 2016. Miyazaki juga termasuk salah satu sutradara Berlinale Talents dari film omnibus, 5 to 9, yang peluncuran perdananya berlangsung di Taipei Golden Horse Film Festival 2015 dan selanjutnya ditayangkan di SGIFF pada tahun yang sama. Film pertamanya, End of the Night, terpilih di sejumlah festival film internasional dan berhasil memenangkan Special Mention Prize di Toronto Shinsedai Cinema Festival.

ARE
ARE adalah band art rock dan proyek musik independen asal Singapura dan dipenggawai oleh Frank dan Lily. Duo ini mengajak para pendengar untuk hanyut dalam aransemen seni psikologi yang mengalun dari gitar yang dipetik keras-keras, elektronik penuh warna, dan kisah emosional dalam waktu yang tak terduga. Mereka telah tampil dan masuk dapur rekaman Jepang, Australia, dan Singapura.

Pertunjukan ini diadakan bersamaan dengan pameran perdana Specters and Tourists yang terselenggara atas kerja sama ArtScience Museum dan Singapore International Film Festival.

 

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ArtScience on Screen: 5 to 9

5 Nov – 5 Des

Expression Gallery, Level 4
90 menit | Gratis masuk

Klasifikasi: NC16

Bahasa Mandarin, Jepang, Thailand dengan teks bahasa Inggris

5 to 9 terdiri atas empat film pendek yang berlangsung mulai 17.00 hingga 09.00 pada malam pertandingan bersejarah antara Brasil-Jerman di Piala Dunia 2014. Film ini berisi cuplikan intim dari cinta tanpa syarat dan perjumpaan terakhir.

Di Tiongkok, pekerja migran muda telah menyisihkan 3.000 RMB untuk menghabiskan malam bersama seorang tuna susila paruh baya. Namun, pada malam yang sama, ia berencana meninggalkan kota tersebut. Di Singapura, seorang guru setempat dan kekasihnya dari Tiongkok bertemu dan menyerahkan nasib masa depan mereka pada hasil pertandingan sepak bola. Di sisi lain, cerita di Jepang mengisahkan tentang operator proyektor film porno yang menagih utang dari para berandal demi orang-orang yang membutuhkan. Film ini diakhiri di Thailand dengan pengambilan adegan terakhir dari sebuah film sci-fi. Di balik kamera, sutradara merasa curiga pada aktor urama dalam filmnya dan sang aktris yang juga merupakan istrinya.

Disutradari oleh Tay Bee Pin (Singapura), Daisuke Miyazaki (Jepang), Vincent Du (Tiongkok), dan Rasiguet Sookkarn (Thailand)

Pemutaran 5 to 9 ini dipersembahkan oleh ArtScience Museum dan 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 简介


 
新加坡国际电影节(SGIFF)始于 1987 年,是新加坡最盛大的电影活动。该节已经成为新加坡艺术节日的标志性活动,以新加坡开创性的亚洲电影为主题,以动态规划本土电影文化著称,国际电影评论家们争相参与。该节致力于培育与支持本土和区域人才发展,其奖项的组成部分“银幕奖”汇集了来自亚洲和东南亚的新兴电影制作人,并向备受赞誉的电影传奇致敬。该节的大师班和名人对话等行业活动旨在培育发展电影制作人,同时也激发了公众对电影制作艺术的兴趣,是艺术对话与文化交流的催化剂。新加坡国际电影节是一家公益性质的非营利性组织。
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