24 May '11, 10am

What's on: Wednesday's picks - Straits Times

What's on: Wednesday's picks - Straits Times

Four short films will be showcased, two of which are by Singapore filmmaker Royston Tan. The Singapore Arts Festival commissioned him to make I Want To Remember, about the personal memories of a diverse group of Singaporeans. Fish Love, also by Tan, is about a surreal conversation between an old mountain and a fish. Lighthouse, by Singapore filmmaker Anthony Chen, is about a mother on a trip with her three children, and Tee-rak/Eternity, by Sivaroj Kongsakul of Thailand, is about a ghost who returns to walk the footsteps of his youth.

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