Events

Aliwal Arts Night Crawl 2016: Sarong Party!

Aliwal Arts Night Crawl 2016: Sarong Party!

It was billed as a Sarong Party, but fewer than a dozen people at Saturday’s Aliwal Arts Night Crawl on Jul 30, came dressed in sarongs.

Censorship In Singapore: Necessarily Strict?

Censorship In Singapore: Necessarily Strict?

Renowned photojournalist Newsha Tavakolian, who has worked for TIME and National Geographic, exhibits her works in Singapore.

National Parade 2016: The Effort You Don’t See

National Parade 2016: The Effort You Don’t See

For most National Day Parade viewers, the most memorable moments are those helmed by actual people.

Unseen, Unsung Heroes Take Centre Stage

Unseen, Unsung Heroes Take Centre Stage

The Honour Film Initiative shines spotlight on everyday heroes in Singapore.

Bald is Beautiful for These Women

Bald is Beautiful for These Women

There’s no lack of women participants at the annual Hair for Hope fundraising drive for Children’s Cancer Foundation

Boo Junfeng: Taking it Slow

Boo Junfeng: Taking it Slow

The homegrown director urged young filmmakers to take their time.

My Mother Buys Condoms: A Hard-hitting Comedy Play

My Mother Buys Condoms: A Hard-hitting Comedy Play

Accidental playwright Helmi Yusof tackles deep-seated stereotypes in his debut play.

A “Bubbling” Good Time at Asia’s First Bubble Glow Run

A “Bubbling” Good Time at Asia’s First Bubble Glow Run

Runners bubbled up with joy as they raced through a sea of glowing bubbles at Marina Bay.

Anthony’s “diligent, attentive, and a control freak”: Chen Bolin

Anthony’s “diligent, attentive, and a control freak”: Chen Bolin

The Singapore director and Taiwanese actor hit it off on the set of omnibus film Distance.

PINK DOT 2016: More Acceptance, More Dissension

PINK DOT 2016: More Acceptance, More Dissension

The 8th Pink Dot continued to see strong support for LGBT community as conservatives sought to have their concerns heard.

Falling: Loving Someone Who’s Hard To Love

Falling: Loving Someone Who’s Hard To Love

The Pangdemonium play, Falling, calls for more public support for the autistic and their family caregivers.

M83: Indie No More?

M83: Indie No More?

Some fans prefer M83 to stay niche, others are happy for their mainstream success.