13 Mar '18, 8am
7 films that shaped Singaporean cinema, according to Boo Junfeng:
While Singapore’s stringent laws have painted the nation as one of censorship and stifled creativity, such hurdles haven’t stopped the likes of local filmmaker Boo Junfeng. He’s pushed the boundaries of compelling storytelling and made his way to international film festivals, most recently at Cannes Film Festival for his reflective narrative on capital punishment, Apprentice . Standing on the shoulders of giants, the young filmmaker looks back on the films that helped shape Singapore’s filmmaking community and inspired his own passion for the moving image.