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[InC-Contest] Win Complimentary Screening Tickets to Singapore Chinese Film Festival 2015!

By InCinemas  /  13 Apr 2015 (Monday)
This year, The Singapore Chinese Film Festival (SCFF) is back for its 3rd year with 40 films to be screened, filmmaking workshops and talks for all the film lovers!


Read on to find out how to win tickets to some of the films!

The 40 films will be screened across different sections, namely Chinese Panorama, Documentary Vision, and Chinese Shorts Showcase. SCFF will also pay tribute to director Lee Hsing with 11 of his films screened under the 'Lee Hsing Classics retrospective' programme.

(Find out more about the categories & film recommendations here!)


Thanks to Singapore Film Society, we have screenings tickets up for grabs for 3 films (see below)! 6 lucky participants will each win a pair of tickets to the selected film from Singapore Chinese Film Festival 2015! (Do note the screening dates and times before participating.)

To be eligible for this giveaway, simply:
  • Like and Share this photo publicly on Facebook.
  • Send an email to incfans@incinemas.sg with the following details.
  • Subject Title: "InCinemas: SCFF2015 - (Your Facebook Name)"
  • Name as of NRIC
  • NRIC number
  • Mobile number
  • Facebook URL (Facebook link to direct us to your Facebook profile)
  • Select and indicate your top 2 preferred films (from the 3 selected films) you would like to catch.
Example of Facebook URL: https://www.facebook.com/JerryTan1984
If you have shared publicly, we should be able to see it on your Facebook wall.

Terms and Conditions
    •    Contest Ends 19 April 2014, Sunday
    •    Winners will be contacted via SMS and/or email
    •    Screening tickets are valid only for the stated film(s)
    •    Prizes are non-transferable and not exchangeable for cash in part or full.
    •    Contest is applicable to residents in Singapore
    •    The organiser reserves the right to amend rules and regulations without prior notification. Organisers' decision is final and no further correspondence will be entertained.

(Head over to the official website to check out all the films at the festival!)

The Moment: Fifty Years of Golden Horse - NC16 (Some Coarse Language)

In 2013, the Golden Horse Film Festival celebrated its 50th anniversary. The ministry of Culture commissioned director Yang Li-chou to make a documentary about the history of Golden Horse. What is unique to this film is that it's not an ode to celebrities but about the role cinema plays in ordinary people's lives. It's a love letter to cinema, filmmakers and audiences.

Date: 24 April 2015, Friday
Time: 9pm
Venue: GV VivoCity, Hall 9
(Q&A with director - Yang Li Chou)

River of Exploding Durians - PG13 (Some Mature Content)

Ming who isn't enthusiastic about studying strolls the forest and beach during the date with beautiful Mei Ann; but suddenly she becomes unable to get in contact with. Meanwhile, the construction of rare earth mining plant is being planned locally. An idealistic teacher Lim participates in protest campaign against construction while she teaches history to the students, and leads them to battle for the soul of their hometown. Based on real-life events, River of Exploding Durians is a sweeping tale of Malaysian history and its youth, where people are enveloped by politics and sadness while searching for love.

Date: 25 April 2015, Saturday
Time: 1.30pm
Venue: GV VivoCity, Hall 3
(Q&A with Director - Edmund Yeo)

Imagining Evan Yang - NC16 (Some Coarse Language)

Evan Yang is best known as the director of several popular films at MP & GI, but his identity as a writer had rarely been discussed until writers Ye Si and Mary Wong republished one of Yang’s short story anthologies in 2013. Film critic/scholar Shu Kei sheds a light on Yang’s writing career in Imagining Evan Yang, a part of RTHK’s documentary series on renowned authors that features enactments of selected scenes in Yang’s works. Shu also uses interviews with scholars and Yang’s children and collaborators to explore how Yang was able to rebuild his identity as an artist after coming to Hong Kong.

Date: 26 April 2015, Sunday
Time: 7.10pm
Venue: GV VivoCity, Hall 12
(Q&A with director - Shu Kei)

The film will be followed by Short Film Screening Thin Dream Bay 海滨薄梦 (Hong Kong/ 30mins/ M18 – Sexual Content ) 


The Singapore Chinese Film Festival (@Scffest) runs from 17 April - 30 May 2015.
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