Women in Film 2017 | Short Film Programme

1. Pussy by Renata Gąsiorowska / Poland / 9 min / 2016 / M18
A young girl spends the evening alone at home. She decides to have a sweet solo pleasure session, but not everything goes according to plan.

Woman at Home by Megan Wonowidjoyo / Singapore / 12 min / 2017 / PG
A homemaker devotes her life to taking care of her husband and children. A day in a homemaker's life is the same every day; she does her chores surrounded by pots and pans; her love for her husband spurs her on. But one day, everything is changed.

3. Joy Joy Nails by Joey Ally / USA / 19 min / 2017 / PG13
Sarah manages Joy Joy Nails with a cheerful iron fist — but she gets her manicured claws out when Chinese Mia, a manicurist trainee, looks to be stealing the boss's son's affections, soon discovering that under the varnish, everyone's a victim.

4. The Pursuit of a Happy Human Life by Gladys Ng / Singapore / 11 min / 2016 / PG
Steph is leaving Singapore and her best friend Yokes is trying to come to terms with this news. Both friends know that this day is probably the last day they will spend time together before Steph leaves. They attempt to go through the day with their usual banter, despite awkward moments. But tensions rise when Yokes is unable to deal with her emotions about Steph leaving.

5. Wu Song Slays the Seductress by Kirsten Tan / Singapore / 12 min / 2017 / NC16
A contemporary reinterpretation of a chamber piece extracted from a chapter of one of China's four great classical texts, "The Water Margins". Wu Song Slays the Seductress is a dance of seduction and murder between Wu Song, the tiger-slaying hero, and Pan Jin Lian, Chinese literature's most enduring and notorious femme fatale.

About Women in Film
Women in Film features the voices and verve of women in an arena that has been traditionally dominated by men. In celebrating the achievements of women working in the film industry, this edition of the programme highlights the career of Kiki Sugino, a versatile director, producer and actress hailed as a "muse of Asian indie cinema", alongside a selection of groundbreaking feature-length and short films from Europe, the United States and Singapore.

Visit our website for information about the programme: objectifs.com.sg/womeninfilm2017

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The Pursuit of a Happy Human Life by Gladys Ng

Thu Oct 26, 2017
7:30 PM - 9:00 PM SGT
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