Five Short, Deeply Singaporean Films, Curated by Award-Winning Filmmaker Kirsten Tan

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Kirsten Tan’s films have been showcased in over 40 international film festivals, including Toronto, MoMA, Rotterdam, and Busan.

For “Something to Write Home About” in New York this fall, Kirsten has selected five short, deeply Singaporean films to screen, exploring topics from military service to religion, mandarin radio, and more. The films will be shown on September 14 at La MaMa, tickets here.

 

 

 

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Five Short, Deeply Singaporean Films, Curated by Award-Winning Filmmaker Kirsten Tan