The 3SIDF happens in March at The Substation and Singapore Art Museum. Details here!
Thanks for visiting this site and checking out Hosaywood films. Here’s whats to come in 2009:
1. Rudra music video ‘Hymns from the Blazing Chariot’ – In production now, due mid-2009.
Shot in HD and using green-screen special effects, this exciting music video contains epic battle scenes inspired by the ancient Battle of Kurukshetra.
2. Kwa Giu (Watch Football) – Premieres in 2009
Watch out for news of this highly anticipated experimental documentary about the Kallang Roar.
3. Zo Hee (Make Movie) – Premiering online in 2009
Thanks, all those who came!
Find out how to make lo-budget films! Join us at the The Other Side presents… Jacen Tan. There will be a screening of Hosaywood films including Tak Giu, Zo Gang + Zo Hee, and a talk.
Date: 4pm – 6pm, Saturday 29 November 2008.
Location: The Other Side, 66 Rowell Road Singapore 207439
Free admission. Limited space so do register at email@example.com or call 91813142.
The nice lights for F1 Singapore cost millions of dollars.
There are many ways to watch short films and get involved with short filmmaking! From regular public screenings, workshops, and DVDs on sale, have your fill of local short films all year round from these champions of the Singapore film community.
Find out more about local film here. (Thanks to Kristin Saw, SFC)
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!
‘Tora’! was a snack very popular in the 80s/early 90s. I remember looking forward to the secret toy inside the box, and the nice biscuit-centered chocolates.
Nowadays it’s still around! But it’s overpriced, and the chocolates taste like poo…