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Dance Dance Dragon, 1h33
Origin Singapore
Genres Comedy
Actors Melvin Sia, Zheng Geping

As Lunar New Year 2012 marks the year of the Dragon, the film explores the Chinese's age-old obsession with the Dragon and having children on a "Dragon year" (see Chinese zodiac). In the introduction, Ah Long (Melvin Sia) tells about how his father (Zheng Geping) was desperate to have a son born in the Dragon year because his ancestors had decreed that only a "Dragon boy" could take over family's lion dance association. His mother (younger, Pan Lingling and older, Lai Meng) instead gives birth to "Dragon girls" while Ah Long himself was born several seconds after the clock struck twelve, making him a "Snake baby", much to the disappointment of his father.
It's a Great, Great World!, 1h31
Directed by Kelvin Tong
Origin Singapore
Actors Olivia Ong, Nancy Sit M.H., Chew Chor Meng, Chen Tian Wen, Gurmit Singh, Zheng Geping

It's A Great Great World is set in Singapore's legendary amusement park named Great World, which was also known to locals by its Hokkien name 'Tua Seh Kai'. Spanning from the 1940s to the present day, the film presents four tales centred on attractions within these once famous walls.
Before We Forget, 54minutes
Origin Singapore
Genres Documentary
Themes Medical-themed films, Documentaire sur une personnalité, Documentary films about health care, Films about psychiatry, Films about disabilities

The film tells the story of Joyce Fernandez, a 50-year-old woman caring for her mother, Celine Fernandez, who has had Alzheimer's Disease for 7 years. When Celine suffers a mild stroke and is hospitalized for over three months, Joyce attempts to keep herself together, especially after Celine loses all of what little speech and she originally had. The duo, staunch Catholics, keep their heads above the emotional turmoil through daily prayer.
Already Famous, 2h
Origin Singapore
Genres Comedy
Actors Wilson Ng, Chua En Lai

Ah Kiao (Michelle Chong) is a young village woman that spends much of her time dreaming about becoming a famous actor like the ones she sees in her beloved soap operas, much to the chagrin of her family. Despite her family's disapproval, she travels to Singapore to chase her dream and ends up taking on a job as a salesgirl to make ends meet while auditioning. During her stay Ah meets a handsome coffee shop worker (Alien Huang), which threatens to distract her from her dream.
Old Cow Vs Tender Grass, 1h35
Origin Singapore
Genres Comedy, Romance
Actors Alaric Tay

At 49, Singaporean taxi driver Moo (Henry Thia) is still trying to find a lifelong companion. He encounters the young but eccentric Moon (Crystal Lin), who is always seen with her pet, Bubbles (the dog), and feeding stray animals, after taking her as a passenger, and takes a liking. Meanwhile his best friend and colleague, also a taxi driver (Jack Lim), is also trying to find love and finds success when he meets a dashing beer girl from China with the name of Xiao Hong (Siau Jia Hui).
Kidnapper (2010)
, 1h38
Directed by Kelvin Tong
Origin Singapore
Genres Thriller, Action
Actors Christopher Lee, Phyllis Quek

Lim is a struggling 40-year-old taxi driver whose wife divorced him years ago. He has a close relationship with his son, Wei Xiang, whom he chauffeurs to school every day. Mistaken for a rich man’s son, Wei Xiang is kidnapped one day at an arcade and held for a ransom of S$1 million. Thus begins one father’s relentless quest to get his son back.
Gurushetram – 24 Hours of Anger, 2h5
Origin Singapore
Genres Drama, Thriller, Crime
Actors Sivakumar

Set in contemporary Singapore, Gurushetram - 24 Hours of Anger, is a sinuously provocative, edge-of-your-seat thriller about Prakash who is brought up in a particular segment of the working-class Indian society lined with the wreckage of broken families and dreams. Prakash, a 17-year-old, losing his family, seeks shelter with his uncle Vinod, the head of a drug ring, with his mentally challenged younger brother. The two teenagers emerge as pivotal accomplices in Vinod’s clandestine drug operations.
The Wedding Game, 1h43
Origin Singapore
Genres Drama, Comedy, Romantic comedy
Actors Christopher Lee, Mohd Saifulazam b. Mohammad Yusoff

Jack Fang (Christopher Lee) publicly proposes to Vikki Tse (Fann Wong) during the live telecast of a regional awards show. Surprised but happy, Vikki accepts. What the public doesn't know is that the entire love affair of these two famous celebrities, Jack and Vikki, is an elaborate and meticulously planned ruse designed by their ambitious managers, May (Alice Lau) and Tom (Blackie Chen), to trick the public into believing that they are getting married. In reality, Jack has disliked Vikki from the first day they met and vice versa. Yet for fame and money from endorsements, these rival celebrities keep up with their “fake” marriage to increase their popularity. Just when everything starts going well, an incident rattles some of the fans and the media. There is now lingering doubt about the authenticity of this love match. They fall in love.
Love Matters
Origin Singapore
Genres Drama, Comedy
Actors Yeo Yann Yann, Mark Lee, Jordan Chan

Love Matters revolves around three main protagonists – 52-year-old Tan Bo Seng, his 17-year-old son Benny and 36-year-old Jeremy Tan, Bo Seng’s ‘adopted’ brother – and their accidental journey in seeking and keeping love and happiness.
The Insomniac, 1h28
Origin Singapore

Ali (Madhav Mathur), a possessed workaholic writer, is spiralling downwards into a permanent state of mental corrosion, in his ill-conceived insomniac efforts to complete his latest book of fiction. On one fateful night, his overactive imagination gets the better of him.
Here (2009)
, 1h26
Origin Singapore

Here follows the journey of a man who struggles to make sense of his reality. Reeling from the sudden death of his wife, he loses the will to speak and is interned at Island Hospital. There, he meets strident kleptomaniac Beatrice with whom he forms an inexplicable bond. As the man adjusts to life within, he is selected for an experimental treatment, which forces him to confront the devastating truth behind his past, present, and future.
The Blue Mansion, 1h40
Directed by Glen Goei
Origin Singapore
Actors Tan Kheng Hua, Chacko Vadaketh, Patrick Teoh

The Blue Mansion is a quirky murder mystery about a wealthy Asian tycoon who dies suddenly under mysterious circumstances and returns as a ghost to try to uncover the secret of his death. Two eager detectives investigate the death, chasing all leads and suspects, including the dead man's three children. The ghost witnesses his own funeral wake, attended by jealous relatives and business competitors as well as the police investigation that unveils hidden family secrets.
Autumn in March, 1h27
Directed by Huang Yiliang
Origin Singapore
Actors Phyllis Quek, Sheila Sim, Huang Yiliang

Xinjie (Sheila Sim) is a mysterious girl who lives on her own in a big bungalow house. No one knows much about the girl except that she is leasing out rooms to strangers at an incredibly cheap rate turning away many prospective renters who believe that the house is haunted. Xinjie rented out 3 of her rooms at $200 per month each, and the only condition is that she wants her room mates to have breakfast with her every morning and dinner for at least 3 times a week.
Ah Long Pte Ltd
Origin Singapore
Genres Comedy
Actors Mark Lee, Koe Yeet

Chen Jun is the leader of Shao He Triad, which has a number of illegal businesses operating in Malaysia and Singapore. He is retiring from the Triad and money-lending business. He is succeeded by a young lady, Wang Lihua, who tries to restructure the "Ah Long (loan shark) system" with as little use of violence as possible while making debtors pay back.