To provide resources and services that are directly relevant to the teaching and
learning of moving image media in the school curriculum. For details on the latest
workshops, visit here
Film Literacy Programmes
To equip students with the ability to analyze, appreciate and communicate messages
in film and video.
Moving Minds Lab
Students get to investigate the dynamics of the local film industry and work on
hands-on film advocacy and film investigation/research projects under mentorship.
Singapore Shorts Vol. 2 DVD
Purchase the second anthology of Singapore Short Films to help the Archive raise
funds for its preservation and cultural mission.
Educators' Workshop: Film Literacy and its Application in the Classroom
04 June 2013
This workshop is catered for educators who wish to or are incorporating film into their classroom teaching and would like to decode the fundamentals of film language, filmic techniques and narratives.
Screening: Year Without A Summer
23 April 2013, 730pm
Screening Room, The Arts House
Catch award winning film Year Without A Summer
by Tan Chui Mui, in a debut screening in Singapore.
FilmTalks: The Art of Film Critiquing
16 March 2013, Filmgarde, Bugis+
Join us for an afternoon chat with 3 film reviewers who will share their personal experiences and processes in reviewing films for their particular mediums, allowing audiences to learn more and the different methods and nuances of writing a fair and credible review.
Educators' Workshop: Social Memory In Singapore Films
20 November 2012
This workshop explores the primacy of memory in Singapore cinema. Participants will
be encouraged to think about how and why the notion of memory is important to Singapore
and will be given ideas on introducing the concept of social memory to students
through Singapore films.
Asian Film Archive Presents: Demystifying the Archiving of Film and Audiovisual Materials
18 June 2012, 7:30pm, The Pod, National Library Building, Level 16
Join us in a casual dialogue session with Mr. Ray Edmondson, one of the most knowledgeable and highly respected audiovisual archivists in the world.