New film festival to screen works about art on a beach while serving dinner too
Published on Feb 4, 2013 5:54 PM
Dine on a beach in Sentosa while watching films about art at Art-In-Film Festival At Dusk.
The event, which will run from March 7 to 16, is a film festival that will screen a series of highbrow films about art - all taking place outdoors on a white, sandy beach.
Organised by Social Services, the non-profit arm of independent creative agency The Secret Little Agency, the festival will be held at Tanjong Beach Club on Sentosa and will showcase a total of nine films about art and artists. Tickets cost $19 to $56, depending on the food package.
The programme includes Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry (2012), a documentary about the Chinese artist and political activist who was detained on grounds of tax evasion, but whose supporters say was in retaliation for his vocal criticism of the Chinese government.
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