June 19, 2006
...everyone into local films, should include in their DVD library, if anything, for a quick accessible medium into his shorts (now why didn't that sound exactly right?)
Recommended by Anonymous Coward: "Local filmmaker Royston Tan and the launch of his short films in a collectable DVD"
September 21, 2005
Rich Fuester said:
I work at amazon.com which gets returns for many reasons. One being the Media Development Authority of Singapore has opened the box and found a DVD it doesn't want in the country. Amazon has a list of 150 DVD's known to be returned from conservative countries. Then there is another list of approximately the same size of additional titles known to be refused from Singapore. That list has not been updated in many years. However I have the fun job of processing recent returns that need extra research and a good percentage are from Singapore. Since it is a mild annoyance for me and probably a big annoyance for people in Singapore I've constructed a site that will continually grow as new titles are refused by the media development authority of singapore.
Recommended by chrisloup: "lets you see what's in the sordid minds of the film censorship board, where even men in black is banned."
September 07, 2005
Asian Film Archive said:
9 Singapore short films have been specially selected for the inaugural Singapore Shorts DVD Compilation: 3 Feet Apart by Jason Lai, Autograph Book by Wee Li Lin, Birthday by Bertrand Lee, Locust by Victric Thng, Mother by Royston Tan, Moving House by Tan Pin Pin, The Call Home by Han Yew Kwang, The Secret Heaven by Sun Koh, While You Sleep by Eva Tang.
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