TIONG BAHRU goes global

TIONG BAHRU is shortly to begin a tour of Australia as part of the Travelling Sydney Film Festival, while it continues to play at film festivals internationally.

For details of where you can see the film and where it has already played, see below.

COMING UP

Sunday, 28th June Huskisson, as part of the Travelling Sydney Film Festival. Screening with Le Quattro Volte

RECENT SCREENINGS

Sunday, 12th June, Wednesday, 15th June Sydney Film Festival

Friday, 3rd June, Australian Centre for Moving Image, Melbourne.

Friday, 6th May The Festival of Ideas, Watershed, Bristol

Saturday, 7th May, Wed, 11th May IndieLisboa11 as part of the OBSERVATÓRIO CURTAS selection (5th – 15th May)

Tuesday, 10th May QUAD Derby

Monday, 16th May Broadway, Nottingham

Tuesday, 17th May Brighton Festival 2011, The Basement

DUBLIN FILM FESTIVAL

ROTTERDAM FILM FESTIVAL

CHAPTER, CARDIFF
The screening was followed by a Q+A with Joe Lawlor.

GLASGOW FILM THEATRE

MAC, BIRMINGHAM
Christine Molloy was present to introduce the screening.

ICA, LONDON

RITZY, LONDON
The screening was followed by a Q+A with Joe Lawlor.

RENOIR, LONDON
In partnership with Singapore International Foundation, Civic Life screened to a packed audience at the Renoir Cinema. The screening was followed by a Q+A with Christine Molloy and Joe Lawlor hosted by Jason Wood.

FILMHUIS, DEN HAAG
Filmhuis Den Haag, one of the biggest and most renowned arthouse cinemas in the Netherlands, screened Civic Life daily in ZAAL 5, the platform for moving images and digital culture within Filmhuis Den Haag. Joe Lawlor was there for an open discussion with the audience, headed by Arno van Roosmalen (Stroom The Hague), after a special screening on Thursday, January 27.

WATERSHED, BRISTOL
Civic Life screened at the 16th Encounters International Film Festival and Christine Molloy and Joe Lawlor were present to introduce the screening.

THE NUNNERY, LONDON
For its inaugural event, CINEAST: East London Film Salon presented a preview screening of Civic Life to a packed audience followed by a Q+A with Christine Molloy.

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