Home  /  Search
Displaying 8 result(s) for "K. Rajagopal"
Movie
After serving eight years in jail, Siva (in a breakthrough role by veteran TV actor Sivakumar Palakrishnan) is released back into a world outside bars. He has to grapple with his minority status and the fractures he created within his family. ...
Article
Revolving around the theme of “Enchantment”, this year’s Singapore International Festival of Arts (SIFA) returns for another year of boundary-breaking line-up, featuring Singapore artists and ordinary Singaporeans who take the international platform with their ideas and their performances. SIFA 2017 is a ...
Article
Photo Courtesy of: SIFA (© Jeannie Ho) InCinemas spoke to acclaimed Singaporean filmmaker K. Rajagopal, who will be directing a one-of-a-kind movie-making project for Singapore International Festival of Arts (SIFA). As part of the O.P.E.N. programme, members of the audience who purchased the ...
Article
Singaporean director K Rajagopal and Filipino director Lav Diaz will be shooting their films as part of the Singapore International Festival of the Arts (SIFA), and audiences are expected to participate in their productions.  The SIFA will run from 28 June to ...
Article
The two Singaporean films are making waves at the prestigious Cannes Film Festival. Boo Junfeng’s APPRENTICE is an Official Selection of the Un Certain Regard, while K. Rajagopal’s A YELLOW BIRD is an Official Selection of the 55th La Semaine de ...
Article
Photo Credit: Lapis-sagu.sg Pitch your story ideas and stand a chance to be mentored by Singapore’s four acclaimed filmmakers: Eric Khoo, Kelvin Tong, K. Rajagopal and Sanif Olek. Titled Project Lapis Sagu, the initiative is part of ongoing efforts to promote greater understanding ...
Article
K. Rajagopal's 'A Yellow Bird' has been selected in competition at the 55th edition of La Semaine de la Critique (Critics’ Week), a parallel section of the upcoming 69th Festival de Cannes! The film is presented as a World Premiere and will compete ...
Article
After proving itself as a hit in Singapore, the local film anthology 7 Letters will take to a bigger screen later this year at the Busan International Film Festival (BIFF) from October 1 to 10. The critically acclaimed work is made up ...

Get Showtimes

Ads
Ads