If you are so much an art buff that you could watch films on art, then the Art-in-Film Festival at Dusk (AFFD) is for you. Plus you get to sink your toes in the sand, enjoy improv performances, gourmet dinners and cinema snacks under the stars at Tanjong Beach Club.
Art-in-Film Festival at Dusk, happening 7-16 March, will showcase nine award-winning art films and documentaries, including Ai Weiwei’s Never Sorry, Waste Land and several Asian and Singaporean debuts.
Hanyi Lee, Festival Director, says, “We know there are many Singaporeans out there aching for a more engaging and differentiated experience. Going to the movies has become de facto for activity-starved Singaporeans. We want to engage with art rather than merely view it. We want to bring the immersive experience back into film-watching. Ultimately, AFFD is an escape from the realities of your daily life, even if only for a few hours.”
The official selection for AFFD:
Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry
Black White + Gray
Chuck Close: A Portrait in Progress
Jean Michel Basquiat: A Radiant Child
The Cool School: Story of The Ferus Art Gallery
Between the Folds
Art-in-Film Festival at Dusk
9 Films, 13 Screenings
Tanjong Beach Club, Sentosa, Singapore
Tickets are $19 and up
For more information, visit www.artinfilmfest.com