Not your run-of-the-mill stories, Fresh Meat is a display of the prime cuts of Singaporean short films, facilitated by *SCAPE and co-created with the youths.
Come tuck in to the unprocessed voices of upcoming auteurs, cultivated by award-winning international mentors.
After all, it’s time for your dose of storytelling protein – a generous portion of 6 servings in various genres.
Ticketed film screening details:
- 8 July 2023
- 12 August 2023 (Tix on sale from 19 July onwards)
Time: 4pm – 6pm
Venue: Suntec City Golden Village (Hall 4)
The running time for the film screening is approximately 80mins followed by a post-show Q&A with the filmmakers.
Fresh Meat Trailer:
Marred with her delinquent past, ‘Lin’ hopes to turn over a new leaf as she graduates from a juvenile rehabilitation centre with stellar scores in the national exam. However, it seems that her streak of unfortunate circumstances trails behind like a spectre lurking in her shadows.
Every Floor Looks The Same is an observation of the peculiar nature of life in Singapore, seen through the eyes of a languishing Osmanthüs who seeks to fill her day with fun, only to grapple with finding her space and reason in this world.
Set to the backdrop of an archetypal “action movie” (when a hitman seeks revenge on his former boss), we follow two henchmen, who try to avoid their inevitable fate, while waiting for their turn to “protect” their boss from the hitman.
Hot Buns is a satirical animation film that pokes fun at our obsession with feel-good narratives and moral outrage. In a world that’s dominated by those with the Upper Hand – can those at the Bottom rise to the top?
In Singapore, where even vapes are illegal, three rebellious schoolgirls are caught smoking by the principal. Their revenge prank takes a sinister turn.
Gwyn is a young photographer grasping with the moral boundaries of her own art. When she is given a supernatural camera by her mentor, an obsession with an old man’s physique overwhelms her. She stalks him, desperate to take a photograph.