Watch Football

Here’s another Kwa Giu sneak peak:
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Some have confused Kwa Giu with other films about local football. The official title for Hosaywood’s production is ‘Kwa Giu’ (Watch Football), there is no ‘Kallang’ in the name.
There’s another exciting film opening in August called Kallang Roar The Movie.
Last year, there was also a documentary called The Kallang Wave. Do check the other films out!

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Hwa Chong Humanities Seminar 08

Hwa Chong

What were Hosaywood films doing at a literature seminar? I initially had no idea too. Turns out, it’s really interesting what students are learning in their curriculum these days. Maybe one day, ‘Wah lau eh!’ instead of ‘Thou art something something’ will be in the textbooks =)

The students (from different schools) responded well to Zo Gang & Tak Giu, great to see them ask enthusiastic questions.
Thanks, if you were there and enjoyed the films.

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Hosaywood Singapore Tour

It’s a busy month for Hosaywood, as we present our films at various events:

12 July – 5th Singapore Short Cuts, National Museum (Zo Gang + Zo Hee)
14 July – Hwa Chong Humanities Literature Seminar (Tak Giu + Zo Gang)
18 July – nuSTUDIOS Film Camp (Zo Gang + Zo Hee)
19 July – RSC Block Party @ Sinema Old School (Zo Gang + Zo Hee)
25 & 26 July – Unconference @ Substation, Singapore Night Festival (Zo Gang)

See you there!

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5th Singapore Short Cuts details

5ssc

In celebration of Singapore Short Cuts’ fifth year is a special screening on 12 July of some of the favourite Singapore Short Cuts films over the years. Zo Gang (screened at last year’s 4SSC) + Zo Hee (new 5SSC film) will finish the opening day’s screening. See you there!

See flyer for more details.

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Zo Gang + Zo Hee @ 5th Singapore Short Cuts

Zo Hee

Zo Gang + Zo Hee will be screening on the opening day of the 5SSC. Catch the final edit of Zo Hee!

Sat 12 July, 2pm (NC16, Duration 80 min)

Lorong 27 by Kenny Tan
Pontianak by Raihan Harun
Lim Poh Huat by Lee Wong
Embryo by Loo Zihan
Zo Gang + Zo Hee by Jacen Tan

Tickets are free, but usually run out fast. See collection details and the rest of the lineup here.

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