Don’t expect a documentary, follow the reflective musings of Arcade Fire and go with the flow.

18 November 2015
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Not only does The Connection reveal the toxic underbelly of a flawed law enforcement and judicial system, it also toys with the fact that nothing is ever just black or white, right or wrong.

26 May 2015
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The storylines might be too juvenile for you, but animated films are nothing short of a spectacle, and Oscar winner Big Hero 6 showed us just that.

2 April 2015
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2014 marked a leap in how women were represented in TV and film, but will 2015 keep it up?

12 March 2015
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Perhaps not the film for everyone, but Birdman indeed packs quite the punch in both cinematography and acting.

29 January 2015
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Ms. J shows that it is more than possible to set a psychological thriller with complex themes in our sunny, squeaky-clean shores.

25 November 2014
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Here are our 12 film picks, just in case you’re too much of a sloth to check out the full lineup or can’t make up your mind.

19 November 2014
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An extraordinarily Singaporean film from director Ken Kwek, that delivers a bizarre and brash snapshot of greed and xenophobia in our little red dot.

14 November 2014
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We break down the 11-day festival for you. Stay tuned for our picks on what to catch!

7 November 2014
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Warm, intriguing and hilarious, Cutie and the Boxer paints you the tough yet fulfilling life of the artist if you choose to live by art for art’s sake.

9 September 2014
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Filmed over 12 years with the same cast, Boyhood is a subtle, naturalistic portrayal of life as it is.

3 September 2014
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