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Ghost on Air
Directed by Cheng Ding An
Origin Singapore
Genres Horror
Actors Eunice Olsen

Ping Xiao, a two time "Most Popular DJ" award recipient feels he has been robbed of his potential next award when a younger DJ Pauline steals limelight and his successful morning show slot. Desperate to get it back, he battles recurring memories of his deceased horror novelist girlfriend, to bring to his listeners the sensational "Ghost on Air" show—a radio program that shares horror stories. The show is a hit, and with each painful memory he recalls and a step closer to regaining his fame, strange and unexplainable occurrences begin to happen around him. Ping Xiao then learns a dark secret—the ghost stories he told were all true, and he could be part of the next one.
Blood Ties
Blood Ties (2009)

Directed by Chai Yee Wei
Origin Singapore
Genres Thriller, Horror
Actors Cheng Pei-pei, Kenneth Tsang Wing Kong

Gangs bribed policeman Shun's boss Woon sir and friend Shen, then raped his wife Ah Mei and killed both. Within the week after their death, Shun and Ah Mei controlled the bodies of Shun 's younger sister Qing and mother Madam Lee to take revenge on those people involved.
3688 (2015)
, 1h40
Directed by Royston Tan
Origin Singapore
Genres Comedy, Musical

Xia Fei Fei is a 38-year-old parking attendant, locally known as "summon auntie", or "Feng Fei Fei", who has often dreamed of becoming a singer like her idol, Feng Fei-fei since during her school days, and had won many contests singing Feng’s songs during her school days. She is good-natured, and would often give each driver a chance before issuing a ticket. She is well-loved by the drivers, but detested by her colleagues, especially the veteran Jenny and her group of minions who often scheme and plot against her. With her mother long gone, Fei Fei and her father, a retired Rediffusion sales representative, nicknamed "Uncle Radio", live a codependent life together.
My Magic
My Magic (2008)
, 1h15
Directed by Eric Khoo
Origin Singapore
Genres Drama

Francis, séparé de sa femme, décide de modifier son style de vie pour le bien de son fils. Pour cela, il renoue avec son précédent métier de magicien.
Ilo Ilo
Ilo Ilo (2013)
, 1h39
Directed by Anthony Chen
Origin Singapore
Genres Drama
Themes Films about families
Actors Chen Tian Wen, Yeo Yann Yann, Angeli Bayani

Set in Singapore during the 1997 Asian financial crisis, Ilo Ilo chronicles the Lim family as they adjust to their newly arrived Filipina domestic helper, Teresa, (Angeli Bayani) who has come, like many other Filipinas, in search of a better life. The film’s Chinese title translates as "Mom and Dad Are Not Home". The father, Teck, (Chen Tian Wen) works in sales for a glass company; the pregnant mother, Hwee Leng, (Yeo Yann Yann) works as a secretary for a shipping company that is down sizing; and the ten-year-old son, Jiale, (Koh Jia Ler) is a troubled delinquent.
L'apprenti Bourreau
Directed by Junfeng Boo
Origin Singapore
Genres Drama
Themes Prison films, Films about capital punishment

Le film narre l’histoire d’Aiman, jeune homme honteux d’un père jadis condamné à mort trente ans plus tôt et cherchant depuis lors à s’en distinguer autant que possible.
1965 (2015)
, 2h10
Origin Singapore
Genres Drama, War, Action, Historical, Crime
Actors Lim Kay Tong

1965 is a riveting dramatic thriller that uses a piece of Singapore history like never before. Telling engaging and touching stories of immigrants and natives; how a group of people, divided by race, language and religion, saw their lives profoundly transformed by a defining moment in history. Their paths will cross and clash in race riots during the months leading to the separation from Malaysia, and to the independence of Singapore.
Siam Burma Death Railway
Origin Singapore
Genres Documentary
Themes Transport films, Rail transport films, Documentary films about law, Documentary films about war, Documentary films about historical events, Documentary films about technology, Political films, Documentary films about World War II

This documentary film opens with WWII war between the Allied forces, comprising America – Australia – Netherlands, under the leadership of Great Britain, fought against the Axis countries of Germany – Japan and Italy. On such super-power Japan, which had been waiting for a long time, expecting an opportunity to materialize its plan of Greater Asia. It's Japan’s dream plan to extend its reign via Singapore, Malaya, Thailand and Burma up to India. On 8th Dec 1941, Singapore fell at the hands of Japan, which had begun the war in the name of Asian independence. Immediately, Japan decided to carry out its plan of Greater Asia. As a first step, Japan planned to lay the Siam – Burma railway line connecting Siam(i.e., Thailand) and Myanmar.
King of Mahjong
Origin Singapore
Genres Comedy
Actors Chapman To, Mark Lee, Michelle Ye, Venus Wong, Eric Tsang, Kingdom Yuen

The film's official Facebook page released a plot synopsis of the film:
Yogi (2014)
, 29minutes
Origin Singapore

Motives are the keyword here. 2 stories connected by 1 motive. The film revolves around the urban lifestyle of 4 friends, "Karate" Kailaasam (Barathan), "Silencer" Karthik (Stanley Vincent), Deva a.k.a. Devi (Sai Harendran), "Romeo" Deen (Thoufiq Ahamed) & a hit-and-run assassin, Jegan (Saravanan Naidu), both coming from different
Sandcastle (2010)
, 1h32
Directed by Junfeng Boo
Origin Singapore
Genres Drama
Actors Tan Pin Pin

New Friend
New Friend (1927)

Origin Singapore

Mr. Sham Hwa-kueng (沈華強) is a poor orphan from the Republic of China who moved to Malaysia hoping for a better life. He stays at his rich uncle Mr. Tiew Tin-shek (張天錫)’s residence. Mr. Tiew Tin-shek (張天錫) operated a "Sin Teik Seng (新德成) rubber firm" in Muar, Malaysia, his family is composed of his wife, Ms. Ngai (顏氏), eldest daughter Ms. Tiew Wai-ching (張慧貞) and a naughty son Mr. Tan Ping-fan (陳炳勳). In the early stage, Mr. Sham Hwa-kueng (沈華強) is appointed into the rubber firm as a trainee; his children like to play tricks on the innocent cousin Mr. Sham Hwa-kueng (沈華強), because he doesn’t know Nanyang custom. Meanwhile, the English clerk Mr. Kim Fook-sing (甘福勝), the antagonist, is making trouble. He wants to marry Ms. Tiew Wai-ching (張慧貞) for her family’s wealth. However, Ms. Tiew Wai-ching (張慧貞) prefers the newly arrived cousin Mr. Sham Hwa-kueng (沈華強). One day, Mr. Kim Fook-sing (甘福勝) finds Ms. Tiew Wai-ching (張慧貞) playing the piano in the sitting room, harmonizing with Mr. Sham Hwa-kueng's (沈華強) Chinese flute. Mr. Kim Fook-sing becomes angry because of this, and decides to play a trick on Mr. Sham Hwa-kueng (沈華強), so he tries to force him to resign his post, and move to work in Singapore. Ms. Tiew Wai-ching (張慧貞) realizes that Mr. Kim Fook-sing (甘福勝) is a playboy and hooligan, so then she goes to Singapore, and studies in a girls high school with her local friend Ms. Low Kit-yuk (劉潔玉), and falls in love with the friend's cousin, Mr. Sham Hwa-kueng (沈華強). Mr. Kim Fook-sing (甘福勝) successfully persuades Mr. Tiew Tin-shek (張天錫) to let him marry Ms. Tiew Wai-ching (張慧貞). Ms. Tiew Wai-ching (張慧貞) refuses her dad’s decision, and escapes into the jungle, where Mr. Kim Fook-sing (甘福勝) catches her with the help of his hooligan friend Mr. Chao Ping (趙丙). Mr. Sham Hwa-kueng (沈華強) enters the jungle to save his love Ms. Tiew Wai-ching (張慧貞), and fights off the python and crocodile for her. Eventually, Mr. Sham Hwa-kueng (沈華強) uses Chinese Kung Fu to battle Mr. Kim Fook-sing (甘福勝) and Mr. Chao Ping (趙丙). They are defeated, and drive away in an attempt to escape but they end up falling off a cliff. Finally, Ms. Tiew Wai-ching (張慧貞) gets her wish, and marries her cousin Mr. Sham Hwa-kueng (沈華強).
In the Room, 1h30
Directed by Eric Khoo
Origin Singapore
Genres Drama, Comedy, Romantic drama, Romance
Themes Films about sexuality, Erotic films, Films about prostitution, Political films, Erotic thriller films, LGBT-related film
Actors Josie Ho, George Young, Choi Woo-shik, Kim Kkobbi

The story starts just after the surrender of the British to Japanese troops in Singapore in 1942. Six stories of six different Japanese, British, and Chinese couples are set in the same hotel room, spread over several decades.