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First Take

Films

Free

Popular monthly forum for young and first-time filmmakers to showcase their work, presented by The Substation Moving Images. Donations welcome....

45 Armenian St (6337 7535)

Monster Trucks 4-D

Films

If you’ve ever dreamt of driving a monster truck and ramming down innocent bystanders, then this is your chance to live that dream in 3-D....

510 Upper Jurong Road (6792 6188)

Animal Adventure 3-D

Films

Dir: SimEx-Iwerks Entertainment. Run like a cougar, fly like a bee and swim like a dolphin as you experience a fun-filled journey on the...

510 Upper Jurong Road (6792 6188)

252 Signal of Life

Films

Dir: Nobuo Mizuta. 2008. Japan. 128 mins. Hideaki Ito, Masaaki Uchino, Takayuki Yamada. In this big-budget Japanese disaster flick, the...

13 Assassins

Films

 

Venues

Alliance Française de Singapour

Critics' Choice
Art
Price: from $6.10 to $8.20

The SG Private Banking gallery houses itself in the Alliance Française, regularly exhibiting a wide range of international art and collaborating...

1 Sarkies Rd (6737 8422)

Cathay Causeway Point

Films

This outlet of the Cathay chain is housed in the Causeway Point shopping mall, one of the largest malls in Singapore.

1 Woodlands Square

Cathay Cineleisure Orchard

Films

Six movie screens make up the Cathay Cineleisure Orchard.

8 Grange Road, (6235 1155)

Cathay Cineplex AMK Hub

Films

Another of the Cathay's newer outlets, AMK hub has 8 screens and 1,800 seats for moviegoers in this 46,000 square foot site.

53 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 3

Cathay Cineplex Downtown East

Films

One of the newer Cathay sites (open since December 2007), Cathay at Downtown East boasts 6 screens and 1,200 seats.

1 Pasir Ris Close

Films

Youth in Revolt

Critics' Choice
Films

Like any given episode of Family Guy , this adaptation of CD Payne’s novel is such a relentlessly cruel piece of work that you can’t...

12 Years a Slave

Critics' Choice
5
Films

It starts in a field, as a group of men – all black – are huddled too-close together, looking as if the frame itself is going to crush them....

127 Hours

Critics' Choice
Films

Skip coffee, cola or any kind of stimulant before submitting to this pounding rush of a survival movie; the overload would be disastrous. But do...

13 Assassins

Critics' Choice
Films

A samurai movie, yes—which you could probably tell from the title alone. But there are throwbacks and then there are glorious ones. A...

A Perfect Getaway

Critics' Choice
Films

With no A-list stars and a modest budget, David Twohy’s taut, palmsweating thriller has two things going for it: it keeps you guessing and...

Features

Interview with Kermit the Frog

Films

The world’s most famous frog first made the leap from swamp to screen with an appearance on Sam and Friends in 1955. After some additional...

Southeast Asian Film Festival 2014

Films

The Southeast Asian Film Festival returns for its fourth edition this month, presenting 20 works from around the region. Here are our top five...

Wes Anderson on The Grand Budapest Hotel

Films

The always-quirky Wes Anderson tells Dave Calhoun how he lived with his A-list cast while directing his latest, The Grand Budapest Hotel, and why...

Idris Elba: ‘Mandela was more than a job’

Films

When Idris Elba was first asked to play the late Nelson Mandela on screen, he turned it down. So what changed his mind? asks Tom Huddleston

NUS Arts Festival highlights

Around Town

Not sure what you should be catching at NUS Arts Festival? If you only have time for a few of the many events happening throughout the festival...

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