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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#Female PleasureR21

Sunday 17 May 5pm screening is cancelled due to the extended circuit breaker till 01 June

We will be refunding all affected ticketed holders soon. Please be patient with us for the time being.

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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.

Screening Postponed

All ticket holders have been refunded. If you didn't get your refund/email pls contact us at info@theprojector.sg


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...

Drama

AntigoneM18

POSTPONED

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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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POSTPONED

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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.