Tak Giu – 3 years on…

It’s been 3 years since Tak Giu was made, to highlight the problem of playing spaces in Singapore. Newspapers then followed up on this issue, and the authorities responded.

In recent reports, 284 plots of land have been upgraded and open for public use. So what are you waiting for? Go Tak Giu la!

Read more from FAS website here.

Hosay lah!

Zo Gang screening library@orchard 24th Nov 3pm

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

Kwa Giu: Coming soon?

(Note: This project has been temporarily put on hold)

It’s been awhile since the previous update! Meanwhile Hosaywood is have been busy finishing up the new 30min documentary Kwa Giu (See Ball). Take note it’s spelled Giu (ball) and not Gui (ghost)!

Here’s a sneak peek:

Kwa Giu

Also, watch out for the newly revamped Hosaywood.com and the online premiere of Zo Gang soon!

4th Singapore Short Cuts aftermath


Over 250 members attended the 4th Singapore Short Cuts last weekend. Tickets ran out 3 hours after they were released. Thanks for supporting local film!

A review and transcript of the Q&A session can be found at:
“…You can count on Jacen’s brand on local humour to bring that smile to your face, and its breezy pace, coupled with nuggets of funny jabs, make this a definite crowd pleaser.”

Kudos to Sun Koh, Eva Tang/Tay Bee Pin, Ryan Tan, and National Museum (Wenjie, Li Koon). Keep supporting the next 3 screenings!