Overflow - A Collection of Shorts (Sat 2 Dec 2017 4pm) By Invitation

We are excited to present another screening of interesting short films with a short discussion.

Come watch a series of local short films – on what it means to give from the heart

Presenting the following short films:

Directed by Joshua Aw Yong
After multiple times Rajit brought up fond memories of his daughter, even though he had no such records. Ann, his nurse, took his birthday celebration into her own hands. Knowing well that if she did not, no one else would. Commissioned film by Honour Singapore.

Directed b
y Christelle Seah
A family drama about a young boy, Wei Ming, who is forced to stay with his grandmother, Jing, whom he dislikes. During this stay, he learns to accept her and together with her mother, they fulfill his grandmother's final wish.
Nominated for National Youth Film Awards 2017 - Best Screenplay and Best Original Music.

Directed by Png Huimin (Director in-attendance)

The fear of losing their mother has instantly magnified after she was diagnosed with late stage stomach cancer. Spending as much time as possible with his mother has become the sons priority. The mother spends no time thinking she is any different and what only makes her worry is her family. Death is insignificant to her; it will come naturally. Nominated for National Youth Film Awards 2017 - Best Sound Editing.

Longevity Peach
Directed by Ng Xinmin

A young girl must learn Teochew to communicate or else her grandmother will not wake up from coma for her birthday. Nominated for National Youth Film Awards 2017 - Best Sound Mixing.

A Day's Reunion
Directed by Png Zhen Yu (Director in-attendance)

In the fast-paced Singapore, everyone is spending more time away from home, seeking for career advancement and ways to earn more money. This has resulted in Singaporeans accompanying their work more than their family. Has being in the workforce led us to forgetting the value of filial piety? Have we taken for granted the very people who have dedicated their lives to raise us to working adults? Nominated for National Youth Film Awards 2017 - several categories including Best Production Design and Best Picture.

The Clock
Directed by Kenny Tan

A young rookie volunteer learns the true essence of end-of-life care and volunteerism from a testy cancer patient who has lost hope. "The Clock" is a commissioned project by Nectar Care Service (Singapore), a non-profit organization - which promotes the awareness of life and death through public education and to train a group of volunteers, who possess the required abilities to provide quality palliative care and services to patients with life-limiting illnesses.

Date / Time
Sat, 2 Dec 2017
4pm to 6pm

Reservations available until Fri, 1 Dec 2017 , 10.00pm.

Funan Showsuite
77 High Street
Singapore 179433


In conjuction with Giving Week
Venue sponsored by Funan

** SPECIAL NOTE TO ATTENDEES: Please bring an item you own, and we will do an exchange during the event. Examples of items: drinks, food, clothes, stationery etc.

SCREENING LOCATION - Near 77 High Street

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