Category Archives: 2012

Durga

Authors Huang, Jing.; Wong, Jingyu.; Kwok, Kevin.; Tan, Juliana.
Copyright year 2012
Abstract ‘Durga’ is a documentary which examines the practice of child marriage that continues to occur in rural parts of India today. The film tells of the story of Durga, a 16-year-old child bride.
Link in DR-NTU https://repository.ntu.edu.sg/handle/10356/49921
MDA Classification Rating_PGSuitable for all, but parents should guide their young.

Finding Bukit Brown

Authors Chee, Janie Alison Hui-Yen.; Shiu, Pedro Pui Kar.; Siti Nurbaya Rameh.
Copyright year 2012
Abstract ‘Finding Bukit Brown’ is a documentary about Bukit Brown Cemetery prior to its redevelopment. The film highlights the heritage value of the cemetery and examines how different Singaporeans are coming to terms with these plans.
Link in DR-NTU https://repository.ntu.edu.sg/handle/10356/50316
MDA Classification Rating_PGSuitable for all, but parents should guide their young.

Rent-a-friend

Authors Chia, Terence.; Lim, Jeanette Wan Yan.; Nashita Binte Kamir.; Yap, Jun Hua.
Copyright year 2012
Abstract ‘Rent-a-friend’ tells the story of a socially dysfunctional future, where rent-a-friend agencies bring to light a worrying fragility of human relationships as a material commodity.
Link in DR-NTU https://repository.ntu.edu.sg/handle/10356/50010
MDA Classification Rating_PGSuitable for all, but parents should guide their young.

Press play

Authors Abadines, Valerie Kristin Laraya.; Chew, Mingyi.; Lee, Eileen.; Wee, Zhiyuan.
Copyright year 2012
Abstract ‘Press Play’ is a short film about Dave, a journalist, in search of a breaking story. Armed with an expose, Dave has to make a decision between doing his job or endangering the life of his informant.
Link in DR-NTU https://repository.ntu.edu.sg/handle/10356/50318
MDA Classification Rating_PGSuitable for all, but parents should guide their young.

Kairos

Authors Lim, Song Lip.; Foo, Derek Ming Zheng.; Tan, Jeremy Aik Wei.; Leong, Joel Ming Wei.
Copyright year 2012
Abstract ‘KAIROS’ is a dramatic short film that tells the tale of a young boy’s coming-of-age in the midst of a young nation’s awakening.
Link in DR-NTU https://repository.ntu.edu.sg/handle/10356/50137
MDA Classification Rating_PGSuitable for all, but parents should guide their young.

El gris perfecto (the perfect grey)

Authors Ho, Edwin Chang Yong.; Ang, Felicia Miao Fang.; Thia, Grace Hui Min.; Yap, Trixie Sher Li.
Copyright year 2012
Abstract ‘El Gris Perfecto’ (The Perfect Grey) tells the story of a Singaporean-Spanish young man who embarks on a journey of self-discovery in Barcelona. This film was shown at the Short Film Corner at 2013’s Cannes Film Festival.
Link in DR-NTU https://repository.ntu.edu.sg/handle/10356/49052
MDA Classification Rating_NC16 Suitable for persons aged 16 and above.
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