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Five films to catch at The O.P.E.N.

Published on Jun 10, 2014 12:35 PM
American dancer-choreographer Richard Move has played the legendary Martha Graham on film as well as in live performance. - PHOTO: COURTESY OF ANDREW HETHERINGTON

The O.P.E.N. is a 17-day programme launching on June 26 to whet appetites for the Singapore International Festival of Arts in August. The O.P.E.N. will screen some 20 films on themes such as violence, 20th century artistic icons, science and digital culture that will be taken up in live productions at the Arts Festival.

Lisabel Ting talks to local film-maker and curator of films at The O.P.E.N., Tan Bee Thiam, and recommends five films to catch.

1) Science Is Fiction - A Selection Of Short Films
Directed by Jean Painleve/60 Minutes/1927-1982/France/Rating TBC/Silent
June 28, 1pm to 2pm

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