ARTY MARCH .
SOOO MANY GIGS FOR ME TO GO THIS MARCH ?!!!?!!
1) Mosaic Music Festival
Wootttt. I wannaa goooooo ...
2) David Tao 2008
『陶喆 123 我们都是木头人 世界巡回演唱会』
3) KT Tunstall (i didnt know shes coming !!!)
4) 21st Singapore International Film Festival
The Singapore International Film Festival (SIFF) celebrates its 21st year anniversary this year. For 21 years, we have strived to open the window to the cinemas of the world, the region and at home.
The upcoming festival will run from Apr 4-14 2008 showcasing over 200 films both international and local. As in previous years, the FREE Programme will pre-launch the festival on Mar 28 with a week of free films to let you taste just how much we have to offer. As the most anticipated film festival in Singapore, audiences can look forward to an exciting programme line-up in world cinema, Asian cinema, special showcases and short films.
We look forward to seeing you at the Festival!
For more film details, please visit www.filmfest.org.sg
5) UN DIMANCHE À KIGALI (NC16)
(A Sunday in Kigali)
- French Movies (Mar 2008)
French Film at Alliance Francaise every Tuesday.
Director: Robert Favreau
Cast: Luc Picard, Fatou N’Diaya, Céline Bonnier
Synopsis: Bernard Valcourt is a disillusioned journalist living in Kigali, the capital of Rwanda. He’s there to make a film on AIDS while all around him the racial tensions between the Tutsis and Hutus grow. At the Hôtel Des Mille Collines, headquarters for the Western expatriates, he finds a source of inspiration in Gentille, a shy and beautiful waitress. The attraction is mutual but the first steps hesitant. They’re so different: she, so young, he so white. When the violence erupts, Bernard and Gentille are brutally separated. A few months later, nearly a million Rwandans massacred, Valcourt returns to Kigali, looking desperately for the woman he loves. Between the beauty of the love story and the horror of the genocide, Un dimanche à Kigali depicts with clear mindedness and compassion, the best and the worst of humanity.
So many.. someone tell me how to choose.. and upcoming Singapore Arts Festival in May! Woo-hoooooo!