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With a life-long base in Singapore, I have been fortunate to partake in the myriad of arts-related opportunities in my island country. For example, last Saturday I was a part of an outdoor, interactive drama from Singapore Repertory Theatre. A ten-minute ride then took me to Marina Bay Sands for a Kumar extravaganza. When not enjoying live theatre, I love to roam the many art galleries and (soon we hope) live music venues. Movies? I love them, especially the way The Projector presents alternate films. On Sunday, I was in the old Pasir Panjang Power Station for a special screening and a luscious red wine. I live for the arts. The arts live in me.

SEE WHAT SEE: SEA AT SGIFF 2021

In this edition of See What See, we review three films made by Southeast Asian directors and featuring Southeast Asia currently showing at the Singapore International Film Festival 2021 (SGIFF). SGIFF runs from 25 November to 5 December 2021 with over 100 films from more than 40 countries. Also check out Fiona Lee’s review of …

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