DANISH FILM FESTIVAL
The festival this year features documentaries about design, covering architecture, modern art, and food sustainability.
In Bugs (PG13, 76 minutes, above), a team of researchers and chefs travel the world examining cultural attitudes towards insects, a source of protein that many in the developed world are repelled by, but which might be the solution to a host of environmental problems.
WHERE: The Projector, Level 5 Golden Mile Tower, 6001 Beach Road MRT: Nicoll Highway WHEN: Till Sunday, various times ADMISSION: $13.50 INFO: theprojector.sg
THE FLORIDA PROJECT (NC16)
112 minutes/Now showing
In a rundown motel near Disney World, entire families live month to month - it is their bulwark against homelessness.
Little Moonee (Brooklynn Prince, above right) lives with mother Halley (Bria Vinaite) in a community that might be unorthodox, but does not lack closeness and warmth.
Willem Dafoe (above left) was nominated for a Best Supporting Actor Oscar for playing Bobby, the manager trying to keep children like Moonee away from danger.
WHERE: The Projector, Level 5 Golden Mile Tower, 6001 Beach Road MRT: Nicoll Highway WHEN: Tomorrow, 8.30pm, and Sunday, 8pm ADMISSION: $13.50 INFO: theprojector.sg
In this event that celebrates the diversity of the French language around the world, films from Belgium, Canada and Switzerland, among others, will be screened.
The list includes the France-Morocco-Belgium production Razzia (NC16, 119 minutes), starring Maryam Touzani (above).
The drama details the lives of five people in the city of Casablanca - four in the present day and one from an earlier time - whose lives eventually intertwine.
WHERE: Alliance Francaise de Singapour, 1 Sarkies Road MRT: Newton WHEN: Till Thursday, various times ADMISSION: $15 ($13 for members) INFO: alliancefrancaise.org.sg/cultural-events