For those of you who were not able to catch the widely acclaimed omnibus film “667” produced by award-winning filmmaker Royston, good news! The Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre will be hosting additional screenings on 23 and 24 September 2017.
The film anthology features five shorts directed by up-and-coming local filmmakers Kirsten Tan, Eva Tang, He Shuming, Liao Jiekai and Jun Chong. These stories trace the filmmakers’ journeys in re0discovering their cultural roots and how they make Singapore home.
“667” will also be making its premiere at the 22nd Busan International Film Festival from 12 to 21 October 2017.
“The film is a personal journey and an introspection by our five filmmakers as they explore different aspects of Singapore’s Chinese culture and how they relate to it. The team is excited to continue sharing our unique culture with an international audience at the Busan International Film Festival as well as Singaporeans at the additional screenings at the SCCC in experiencing these meaningful stories, which we believe will resonate with everyone,” says Royston Tan.
The film was commissioned by the SCCC as part of the inaugural SCCC Cultural Extravaganza earlier this May to showcase the uniqueness of Singapore Chinese culture.
Tickets to the 667 additional screenings at the SCCC from 23 to 24 September 2017 are available from SISTIC here.