The Film Lover's Guide To Living Well - Perspectives Film Festival 2020

Perspectives Film Festival 2008

The Film Lover’s Guide To Living Well

The festival’s inaugural year was a retrospective exploration of Singaporean films from the 1960s – the Golden Age of local cinema. Opening with Singapore’s first Chinese-language film Lion City (1960), the festival curated films that stand as cinematic landmarks in our homegrown industry. Highlights include P. Ramlee’s Seniman Bujang Lapok (1961) and B.N. Rao’s Sumpah Pontianak (1958).

Films

Lion City (1960)
Tun Fatimah (1962)
Sumpah Pontianak (1958)
Hang Jebat (1961)
Seniman Bujang Lapok (1961)

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“Hai Phuong (2019)”

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“A series of American horror films created by James Wan and Leigh Whannell.”

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“Studio Ghibli”

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