Women Make Film Festival

Kicking off this showcase for International Women's Day in March 2020 - don't miss this year-round series of films specially curated to give a shout out to all women making films under our 'Women Make Film' programme.

Don't miss a post-show talk with Singapore women filmmakers & producers on 14 March for HALF THE PICTURE.

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Tom Hanks is Mister Rogers in A BEAUTIFUL DAY IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD, a genuine story about how kindness and mindfulness triumphs over cynicism—made at a time when we seem to need it the most. Based on the true story of a real-life friendship between Fred Rogers and journalist Tom Junod.

Drama

AntigoneM18

--POSTPONED--

Due to enforced cinema closures in Singappore, The Projector will be closed from Friday, 27 March to Thursday, 30 April.

All screenings scheduled during the affected period will be postponed. We will be in touch with all ticket holders as soon as we can. Please be patient with us in the meantime as we do our best to reschedule programmes and reach out to you via email.

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In partnership with the High Commission of Canada in Singapore.

*Toronto International Film Festival Winner - Best Canadian Feature Film

*Canada's official submission for Best International Feature category for 2020 Oscars

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ComedyDrama

Emma.PG

CLUELESS gets a period update by Man Booker Prize-winner (screenplay writer) Eleanor Catton. Emma Woodhouse is the beta version of tinder, whose good intentions but poor matchmaking skills brings everyone on an Austen-sibly Wilde ride.

Documentaries

#Female PleasureR21

Due to mandatory closure of all cinemas from 27 March to 30 April 2020, the screenings of #Female Pleasure on Friday 27 March & Saturday 25 April have been POSTPONED to Sunday 17 May 5pm.



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Five cultures, five women, one story.

An empowering documentary that shows how some women are smashing the patriarchy, reclaiming their bodies and celebrating their sexuality without shame or suffering.

Documentaries

For SamaNC16

Oscar nominee for Best Documentary Feature

An intimate and compelling first-hand account of the Syrian war through the eyes of citizen-journalist and new mother Waad Al-Kateab.

Due to enforced cinema closures in Singappore, The Projector will be closed from Friday, 27 March to Thursday, 30 April.

All screenings scheduled during the affected period will be postponed. We will be in touch with all ticket holders as soon as we can. Please be patient with us in the meantime as we do our best to reschedule programmes and reach out to you via email.


Why are there so few women directors in Hollywood? HALF THE PICTURE grabs the issue by the balls, through candid interviews with Ava DuVernay (SELMA), Lena Dunham (GIRLS), Catherine Hardwicke (TWILIGHT) and Jill Soloway (TRANSPARENT) among others and sheds light on their personal stories of harassment, disrespect and bias...

A ravishing celebration of female passion and desire - Girlhood director Céline Sciamma returns with a beautifully calibrated, incandescent romance between a painter and her subject.

Winner for Best Screenplay and the Queer Palm at Cannes
Golden Globe Nominee for Best Foreign Language Film

A powerful, consciousness-raising love story of a couple on the run. Directed by Grammy Award-winning Melina Matsoukas, a visionary director of some of this generation’s most powerful pop-culture experiences, including Beyonce’s ‘Formation’ music video and starring Get Out’s Daniel Kaluuya.

ComedyDrama

THE FAREWELLPG

2020 Golden Globe winner - Best Actress in a Musical or Comedy, Awkwafina

2020 Independent Spirit Awards winner - Best Feature Film, Best Supporting Female (Zhao Shuzhen)

A fake wedding masks an uncomfortable truth - and a painful farewell.

DramaMysteryRomance

The SouvenirM18

A young artist (Honor Swinton Byrne) finds herself in an emotional and turbulent relationship with a charming but untrustworthy man, ignoring all the good advice from Momma Tilda (Swinton) and concerned friends. We can relate, girl! An unscripted, restrained and sympathetic portrait of a first love from A24.

Due to enforced cinema closures in Singappore, The Projector will be closed from Friday, 27 March to Thursday, 30 April.

All screenings scheduled during the affected period will be postponed. We will be in touch with all ticket holders as soon as we can. Please be patient with us in the meantime as we do our best to reschedule programmes and reach out to you via email.

Love in a time of tyranny: this stunning watercolor-style animation directed by the two-woman team of Zabou Breitman and Eléa Gobbé-Mévellec chronicles life under the Taliban, while highlighting the suffering of women in the regime. A story of love, brutality, sacrifice and hope based on Yasmina Khadra’s best-selling novel.