Film Screening | 小城之春 Spring in a Small Town (1948)
3 tickets: $20 || 5 tickets: $30
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小城之春 Spring in a Small Town (1948, dir. Fei Mu)
98 min | China | Mandarin with Chinese and English subtitles
Set in a crumbling state in the aftermath of the Sino-Japanese war in 1946, Spring in a Small Town is a poetic exploration of the conflicting desires of Yuwen when a friend of her chronically ill husband visits. Cited as a formative influence by Wong Kar-wai and Stanley Kwan, the melancholic masterpiece is considered one of the greatest Chinese films ever made.
发生在二战之后江南小镇的爱情故事。 寂寞的周玉纹和长期生病的丈夫戴礼言过着沉闷的生活。 礼言的同学章志忱的到访，唤起了他与玉纹的旧情， 三人的矛盾。
Introduction and Post-screening discussion with
Dr Ma Shaoling (Asst Prof of Humanities (Literature), Yale-NUS College) &
Dr Elizabeth Wijaya (Asst Prof of East Asian Cinema, Department of Visual Studies, University of Toronto)
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28 July, Sunday - 5pm
- All film screenings are held at Oldham Theatre, National Archives of Singapore.
- Tickets can be purchased at the Oldham Theatre Box Office. Click here for opening hours.
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About Reframe: Migratory Times
26 - 28 July | Oldham Theatre
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Migratory Times presents a series of Chinese language fictional films showing transitional times in Southeast and East Asia. The settings of the films span the Ming dynasty, the Sino-Japanese war and its aftermath, colonial and postcolonial modernity, revolution and resistance and martial law in Taiwan.
Against the broad strokes of political history, these films reveal the internal conflicts, melodrama and class divisions of migratory lives in exile and alienation. The films themselves are also made in critical times for cinema history with their own histories of loss, rebirth and restoration. As lives and desire collide with the forces of history in fictional frames, what can be revealed about the intersecting forces of production that condition how history can be affectively archived and re-activated in aesthetic works?
Curated by Dr. Elizabeth Wijaya
《颠沛流离的时代》 展现了一系列记录东亚与东南亚历史转折的华语剧情电影。 五部电影的故事背景前后跨越数百年，涵盖了明朝、太平洋战争、 殖民以及后殖民时期的现代化经验，以及台湾戒严时期的生存状态。
不同于大笔勾勒历史现实的制作， 这些电影展现了移民在迁徙与流亡中的内心挣扎、 社会冲突与阶级分化。同时，这些电影诞生于电影史上的关键时期， 与电影艺术自身的衰落、修复与重生紧密相连。 在电影的虚构框架中，生活和欲望在历史洪流里互相碰撞。然而， 电影创作将如何影响我们理解艺术作品记录历史、感知历史、 回溯历史的方式？
An initiative by the Asian Film Archive, Reframe is a series that aims to bring together diverse audiences and the film community at large through an innovative range of programmes, encouraging dialogue and examining topics surrounding cinema and the moving image.
By asking the hard questions and re-looking at trends and issues critically, the series will construct meaningful frameworks that bring forth multi-perspective viewpoints and an increased appreciation of film and culture.
- The event description was updated. Diff#456760 2019-07-24 07:34:00
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM SGT
[General] Spring in a Small Town - 28 July, 5pm SOLD OUT $10.00 [Concession] Spring in a Small Town - 28 July, 5pm SOLD OUT $9.00
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