Asian Short Films Screening @ JustCo
Red Dot Cinema curates inspiring Asian short films and organises screenings around to the world. Founded in 2015, Red Dot Cinema has travelled to 21 cities worldwide, bringing Asian short films, diverse Asian cultures, social issues, and entertainment to the global audience.
JustCo, a stylish co-working space situated in the heart of Singapore’s CBD will be hosting a Red Dot Cinema~ Asian Short Film Screening, with 7 short films from Japan, Singapore, Taiwan, Korea, and Thailand.
When? 24th Feb 2017 Fri 7:00pm
Where? JustCo 6 Raffles Quay #16-01 Singapore 048580
How to go? MTR : Raffles Place
What is happening?
Red Dot Cinema vol.2~ Asian short films from Japan, Singapore Korea, Taiwan & Thailand (see programme HERE)
$15 (inclusive of popcorn) Talk & Discussion by Red Dot Cinema co-founders
Clock Work -Drama
Director: Yukihiro Morigaki Country: Japan Length: 12min 23secs Language: Japanese Subtitle: English Completed date: 2013
As a husband and wife spend their ordinary days together, their love has grown a little cold. Both have wind-up keys on their backs. They exist in their own world, and they cannot wind their own springs. They have made it through their lives only by turning each other’s keys. Amidst their daily life, the wife Yumi starts to grow suspicious of her husband’s love for her. Turning his key and having hers turned, she no longer understands what true love means. And the distance between them grows.
Film Festival Awards: 2nd Fox Movie Premium Short Film Festival_ Grand Prix 17th Ozu Memorial Tateshina Film Festival_Runner-up 7th Omoigawa Film festival Special July Prize 18th Mito Short Film Festival Short List 8th Nasu Short Film Festival Nasu Award Nominee
Hentak Kaki (March in Place) -Drama
Director: James Khoo Country: Singapore Length: 12mins 10secs Language: Singlish Subtitle: English Completed date: 2011
2nd Warrant Officer Teck Hong has served his entire life in the army. Now 38, he finds himself needing to make a pivotal decision, should he continue serving in the army or leave and face the harsh reality of life outside. He knows that if he continues serving, his past injuries limits his roles in the army to administrative positions, something he loathes. However, upon meeting a certain detainee at the Detention Barracks in the army, his life takes a turn.
I, Profess -Drama
Director: Dae Ryun Chang Country: Korea Length: 7min 38secs Language: Korean Subtitle: - Completed date: 2013
A young teacher must overcome his fear of speaking in public to truly become the teacher he wants to be and find the joy and warmth in his work.
Offical selection: KOSMA International Film Festival 2014
On Happiness Road （幸福路上） -Animation
Director: Hsin-Yin Sung Country: Taiwan Length: 12min 28sec Language: Taiwanese Subtitle: English Completed date: 2013
Chichi is a six-year-old little girl who lives at Happiness Road with her family. Chichi has recently started school but she finds the teacher very demanding. She has to speak Mandarin instead of her Taiwanese mother tongue in order to be a good student in class…
Film Awards: Taipei Film Festival, 2013, Best Animation Kaohsiung Film Festival, 2013, Best Selection in Short Film Competition Film Festivals Appearances: 2014 human rights film festival BARCELONA / NYC / PARIS
Consider (พิจารณา) -Documentary
Director: Panu Saeng-Xuto Country: Thailand Length: 20min Language: Thai Subtitle: English Completed date: 2013
Tay is a teenage ladyboy, or “kathoey” which is a relatively well-tolerated transgender group in Thailand. These are males who take on traditional female roles, and some describe them as the “third gender”. In the film, he was asked “Do you think you made a mistake by appearing in the media?” Tay answered, “I kind of do.” “If you could go back in time, what would you have changed or fixed?” Tay replied, “I would not try to kill myself again.” Interviews with sympathetic fellow students and a teacher his is also a “kathoey” demonstrated the level of acceptance of Tay’s gender orientation at his Christian school, Saint Joseph Mueang-Ake. This becomes most triumphantly clear when Tay appeared at a school Christmas party in a beautiful red dress. But as his tearful mother explained, a single intolerant and violent teacher drove him to attempt suicide. Elsewhere in the film, we see Tay going about his daily life, traveling to and from school, and silently touching up his makeup in front of the mirror.
Film Festival Awards: 2013 The Winner of The Equality Award in the FreedomFilmFest 2013 Competition Awarded on December 14th 2013 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Replace （替生） -Drama
Director: Mark Ang Country: Taiwan Length: 15min Language: Mandarin Subtitle: English Completed date: 2014
After having been married for many years, the wife, Phoebe, is finally pregnant. Since Phoebe has a rare blood type and the possibilities of death while laboring are quite high, the doctors recommend abortion. However, Phoebe decides to ignore the doctors' advice and continues on with the pregnancy. Eight months into her pregnancy, tragedy strikes. During one of the couple's routine walk, they encounters a person who tries to commit suicide. The person jumps off a building and accidentally lands on top of Phoebe, killing both her and the baby.
Matou - Experimental
Director: Isamu Hirabayashi Country: Japan Length: 4min 7sec Language: - Subtitle: - Completed date: 2011
Life is short.
Film Festival Awards: Sapporo Short Fest, Best Experimental Award
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JustCo is Singapore’s largest co-working space in the Central Business District (CBD). Located at 120 Robinson Road, JustCo occupies four floors of the building including the top two levels which offer an inspiring view of Singapore’s skyline. JustCo was established to meet the growing demand for creative, collaborative workspaces integrating lifestyle, community and technology into the work environment. It offers an open, dynamic environment which includes an expansive common area for networking and collaboration, as well as a games room for clients to relax and unwind. Clients have the flexibility of getting a desk or a dedicated and secured studio space with access to all shared facilities.
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM SGT
- JustCo 6 Raffles Quay #16-01 Singapore 048580
Ticket + popcorn x1 (early bird) SOLD OUT $15.00 Ticket + popcorn x1 SOLD OUT $18.00
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- 6 Raffles Quay #16-01 Singapore 048580 Singapore
Raffles Place MRT station
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