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by J.D.Wen (subscribe)
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Published April 5th 2016
Catch Minions for free
This April there are movie screenings in Orchard, Kent Ridge, Queenstown and Buona Vista. You can walk-in for any screenings held in the libraries. Seats are available on first-come-first-serve basis. Please register yourself for all other screenings.

Home (2015)
This movie is based on the book "The True Meaning of Smekday". It is about a friendship between Tip, a little girl who manages to survive an alien attack (voiced by Rihanna), and Oh, an alien boy from Boov who ran away from his own planet (voiced by Jim Parsons).

Date: 16 April 2016
Time: 4pm 6pm
Venue: Programme Zone in Queenstown Public Library
Admission: free


The Rewrite (2014, PG13)
This film depicts the life of screenwriter Keith Michaels, who was once a successful man. Divorced and penniless, he agrees to take an offer to teach at a university in the sleepy town of Binghamton. It Directed by Marc Lawrence, and staring Hugh Grant and Marissa Tomei.

Date: 6 April 2016
Time: 6.30pm 8.30pm
Venue: Open Stage in library@esplanade
Admission: free


Minions (2015, PG)
A 3D animated family comedy film that is a prequel to the Despicable Me series. Minions Stuart, Kevin and Bob are recruited by Scarlet Overkill, a super-villain who hatches a plot to take over the world together with her inventor husband Herb. Features the voices of Sandra Bullock, Michael Keaton and Geoffrey Rush.

Date: 30 April 2016
Time: 4pm 6pm
Venue: Programme Zone in Queenstown Public Library
Admission: free

hugh grant, rewrite, minions, UN Women, NUS Utown, Oliver stone, The mask you live in, NUS museum, NLB, The Quiet American
Sell Out! - Photo courtesy of *Scape

Sell Out! (2008, M18)
This film premiered at the Venice Film Festival in 2008. It is a musical comedy depicting Malaysian bureaucrats, business owners, artists and media. There will be a post screening Q&A with writer / director Yeo Joon Han.

Date: 30 April 2016
Time: 1pm 3.30pm
Venue: *Scape Gallery, 2 Orchard Link, Singapore 237978
Admission: $5 refundable. Order your ticket now.


The Mask You Live In (2015)
Directed by Jennifer Siebel Newsom, this award-winning documentary explores the definition of masculinity in USA. Its screening is in conjunction with HeForShe Month, a program by Singapore Committee for UN Women. Please contact membership@unifem.org.sg if you have any query.

Date: 21 April 2016
Time: 7pm 9pm
Venue: The Claude & Tuulikki Janssen Auditorium, INSEAD Asia, 1 Ayer Rajah Avenue, Singapore 138676
Admission: donation of $10. Obtain your ticket here.


The Quiet American (2002) with commentary by Prof. John Richarson.
The film is adapted from Graham Greene's anti-colonial novel of the same title. It is directed by Philip Noyce and depicts the conflict of interests in 1950s that took place in Saigon. Find more information here

Date: 6 April 2016
Time: 7pm
Venue: Ngee Ann Kongsi Auditorium, NUS University Town, 8 College Avenue West, Singapore 138608
Admission: free


Heaven & Earth (1993) with commentary by Assoc. Prof. Bruce Lockhart.
Directed and written by Oliver Stone and staring Tommy Lee Jones, Joan Chen, Haing S. Ngor, and Hiep Thi Le. The central character is Le Ly, a Vietnamese girl who suffered from hardships during the war period. After the war ended, she found a life in America yet the effects of the war torment her ex-army husband.

Date: 20 April 2016
Time: 7pm
Venue: Ngee Ann Kongsi Auditorium, NUS University Town, 8 College Avenue West, Singapore 138608
Admission: free
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