Southeast Asian Film Festival 2013.

The Singapore Art Museum is running the third Southeast Asian Film Festival from 22 March to 14 April.

Now into its third year, the Southeast Asian Film Festival continues to showcase the best and most interesting cinematic work from the region. The Festival provides a window into the core issues of the Southeast Asian region and exists not only as a space for inter-cultural and intellectual sharing, but one for art and film friendships to form. Audiences will have the chance to meet emerging directors and veteran filmmakers and discuss their work with them. There will be 20 screenings, 10 post-screening discussions, and sidebar of Vietnamese experimental short films. New works by U-Wei Bin Haji Saari, Mes De Guzman, Lav Diaz, Edwin and Kan Lume will be shown.

More details (including a complete schedule) in the link. [via Singapore Art Museum]




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