Launderama is a whimsical, light-hearted story written by our Director – Hui Min. It follows laundry shop employee DESIREE who grows wary of her mundane existence and craves for a change in the status quo.
The young woman named Desiree finds herself yearning to live a life outside her own. To cope with the banality of her job in the laundry shop, she indulges in the clandestine activity of trying on a custom made jacket belonging to the customers’ transporting her to an alternate reality in which she takes on a new identity altogether, and the laundry shop bursts into life at night as her fantasies come alive in various ways. She is forced to confront harsh realities when she realises that she cannot hold on to the jacket forever and in her pursuit to keeping it, she discovers that she isn’t the only one with a secret.
A filial fresh graduate brings home his first pay check but comes to realise that his parents are hungry for his money and more.
A darkly horrific twist on contemporary family dramas and the values of filial piety in Singapore, Mosquito asks – what happens when your parents want to suck your blood – literally? After earning his first pay check, Jared comes home to his adoring parents and a night of celebration. However his parents start to change, with Ma’s demands of him becoming increasingly intensive and intrusive, while his Pa develops a strange obsessive taste for sweet drinks and more. As the night approaches, Jared realises his parents are mutating into another species and has to make a terrible choice between obedience or survival.
A House Is Not A Home opens with Yasmine finding out from her mother, Hayati that her brother, Khai, had been arrested for drug abuse.
As she scrambles to find out what she can do to help him and deals with her own work, she begins to question how much longer she can continue staying at home with her dysfunctional family. When Khai returns from back home, Yasmine begins seeing signs that he might be abusing drugs again. She tries to warn her mother that Khai has not changed but Hayati continues living in her deluded reality, dismissing Yasmine. When The Central Narcotics Bureau officers knock on the door for Khai, Hayati goes into a panic mode. Yasmine tries to dissuade her mother but she then realises that her mother will continue supporting her brother no matter what and that she had to leave her house. Before leaving, Yasmine apologies to her mother, feeling guilty that she is not supporting her mother in her time of need. As she moves in to her new house, the last few words her mother say to her are ringing in her head.
A documentary film that explores the uncomfortable side of the Singaporean identity, through the lens of three comedians who take a leap of faith in their own identities.
The film is an exploration of the Singaporean identity through conversations with comedians who goes skin deep in talking about uncomfortable issues through their comedy connecting with Singaporeans. This will be uncovered through interviews, the shows they perform, exclusive backstage footage, and a day in their lives beyond the persona on stage. The documentary is also exploring the use of archival materials, poetic imagery and soundscapes to bring to life the Singaporean identity that sometimes goes unnoticed.
Edward’s girlfrEdward’s girlfriend Dorothy calls for a temporal break from him after he postpones their long-awaited trip to Bangkok due to work, yet again. He goes through a long and naggy journey, thanks to the long talks from his Grandma and Mum, before realizing the importance of compromising in love. However, just as he finally decides to work things out with Dorothy, he finds out that she had actually went ahead to Bangkok with another guy, Wei Jun. iend Dorothy calls for a temporal break from him after he postpones their long-awaited trip to Bangkok due to work, yet again. He goes through a long and naggy journey, thanks to the long talks from his Grandma and Mum, before realizing the importance of compromising in love. However, just as he finally decides to work things out with Dorothy, he finds out that she had actually went ahead to Bangkok with another guy, Wei Jun.