Thanks to everyone who came to the Zo Hee World Premiere at Substation Moving Images’ 10th Anniversary party.
It’s been quite a ride making Zo Hee, and I’m glad everyone enjoyed it! Many of the actors and special cameos from the film were also present, and watching a film at The Substation made in The Substation made it very special indeed.
(More pics to come)
The celebrations continue until Monday, ending with the Best of First Take on Monday night. Zo Gang is one of the films that night, and viewers get to vote for their best of the Best of First Take! And the best winner of the best of the Best of First Take wins a prize.
Film-maker wannabe, Ah-Tan is sick of his day job. Join Ah-Tan on his way to work one day, as he discusses and pokes fun at local film and music, while plotting his path to become Singapore’s next great director.
This comedy on the difficulties of making film and music will leave you wondering about the state of the Arts in Singapore!
(9mins/Singlish w English Subtitles)
Starring: Wesley Wong
Special appearances by: Patrick Chng (Oddfellows), Linda Ong (Lunarin)
January 07 – Stasis 9 at Arts House
March 07 – Official premiere at Timbre, by Sinema.sg
April 07 – First Take at Substation
May 07 – Urban Nomad Film Festival at Taipei Artist Village, Taiwan
June 07 – Scope art fair in Switzerland
July 07 – Talking Sinema at Temasek Polytechnic
August 07 – Busho Filmfest Hungary. Singapore Short Cuts @ National Museum
September 07 – 3rd International Detmold Film Festival, Germany. ROJAK09 by Farm.sg
November 07 – 10 by 10 Short Film Screenings, Orchard Library. PROJECT: slingSHORT, London
December 07 – Moving Images 10th Anniversary celebrations & Best of First Take, Substation.
January 08 – Asian Hot Shots Berlin
April 08 – Toronto Singapore Film Festival
12 July 08 – 5th Singapore Short Cuts, National Museum
14 July 08 – Hwa Chong Humanities Literature Seminar
18 July 08 – nuSTUDIOS Film Camp
19 July 08 – RSC Block Party @ Sinema Old School
25 & 26 July 08 – Unconference @ Substation, Singapore Night Festival
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Zo Hee premiered at The Substation in 7 Dec 2007. Zo Hee (Make Movie), the sequel to Zo Gang, is currently screening in film festivals and events. Watch out for upcoming screenings in the news section.
Zo Hee (Make Movie) will premiere at Substation Theatre, 7 Dec 2007 at 8pm! It will be screened back-to-back with its prequel, Zo Gang.
Follow Ah-Tan as he continues his journey to make his first film. This 14min comedy also features special cameo appearances by local film personalities (surprise surprise).
The screening is part of Substation Moving Images’ 10 Anniversary celebrations, 7-10 Dec. We’ll also have a flea market stall selling Hosaywood T-shirts, so see you there.
Hi guys, Zo Gang is invading library@orchard this weekend. Do come by, before the library closes!
The Substation & the National Library Board Present : 10 by 10 Short Film Screenings
24 November, 3 to 5:30pm library@orchard, Takashimaya Shopping Centre Admission: free 10 years of Moving Images equals 10 years of nurturing local filmmakers, and 10 short films to note! Presenting a selection of short films by Associate Filmmakers of The Substation, featured student filmmakers from Young Guns, as well as favourites from First Take – our monthly platform for up-and-coming filmmakers. With appearances by filmmakers Jacen Tan, Fai Rizal, Alaric Tay, Elgin Ho and Shaun Koh.
Films showing: Heartware – Joe Peter, 10 min Pirate(d) – Shaun Koh, 12 min When We Were Bengs – Alaric Tay, 12 min Zo Gang – Jacen Tan, 9 min Old Times – Chew Tee Pao, 14 min Ah Bo – Muhamad Khalil, 13 min Art of Rs – Tay Hoo Wee, 13 min HA-NOISE – Jeremy Sing, 9 min Nineteen Twenties – Elgin Ho, 7 min Bob – Fai Rizal Alias, 14 min