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Screening of 影像高雄LANDSCAPE OF KAOHSIUNG | Singapore Chinese Film Festival 2019

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两部来自台湾高雄的纪录短片,以音乐为引,说出三段不同的人生。

This is a double bill of two documentary films commissioned by the Kaohsiung Film Archive. Both films have much in common – their stories are inspired by the people, music and memories of Kaohsiung, the largest coastal city in Southern Taiwan.



塩埕区长 IÂM-TIAN KHU-TIÚN

台湾 Taiwan / 2018 / 52 Min / NC16 - Sexual References 性相关语 / Mandarin 华语 / English & Chinese subtitles 中英字幕
导演 Director:卢彦中 Adiong Lu

一首禁歌,一位逐渐消失在人们心中的传奇政治人物。黑 胶针落,那一幅渐渐消逝在人们心中,上世纪末60年代的 盐埕风景:酒家、妓院、不夜城的景致再回来了......一部 近乎法国“真实电影”的纪录片,与你重返盐埕埔的风华年 代。

“Iâm-Tian Khu-Tiún” is a forbidden song, a legendary political vehicle which gradually disappears from people’s minds. After 60 years, the music turned on again. All the fading memories about the late 1960s, all the desires and crazy souls in the sleepless city which never sleep are back.



大浪人生MY LIFE WITH THE WAVE

台湾 Taiwan / 2018 / 45 Min / PG13 - Some Coarse Language 些许粗俗语言 / Mandarin 华语 / English & Chinese subtitles 中英字幕
导演 Director:黄皓杰 Huang Hao-Jie

为了迈向一个不同以往的生活,两位背景迥异的音乐人离 开了台北,一位是“最后大浪乐团”的首脑小肆,另一位 则是“生祥乐队”的幕后推手Thomas,两人落地高雄,展 开新的音乐人生。

离开台北不似《海角七号》那般浪漫,却是为了一种更为 踏实的生活态度,他们南下的抉择,同样面临了经济现实 的考验,却也刺激他们更踏实的成长,就如同小肆所信奉 的新生活宣言:“我们要迈向一个不同以往的生活方式,一 开始会相当辛苦,但也比起他人更懂得满足。”

In order to pursue a life different from the past, two musicians with different backgrounds leave Taipei. One is Tz- Fan Hsu, the head of the band. The Last Wave, and the other is Thomas, the driving force behind Sheng-Xiang & Band. The two land in Kaohsiung to start a new musical life.



Singapore Chinese Film Festival is co-founded and organised by the Singapore Film Society and Singapore University of Social Sciences, and is held annually since 2013. The main objective of the festival is to promote the appreciation of quality Chinese Cinema here in Singapore. Through panel discussions and dialogue, the festival aims to foster deeper interaction between Singapore filmmaking talents and filmmakers from China, Hong Kong, Taiwan and Malaysia.

It is currently the second largest film festival held in Singapore in terms of number of films screened and audience attendance, with yearly growth in attendance since its inauguration in 2013.

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Thu Apr 25, 2019
7:30 PM - 9:10 PM SGT
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