20 Year Anniversary Screenings of "Forever Fever" & "The Teenage Textbook Movie" (with IMDA + Asian Film Archive)


Relive the memories of yesteryear with Singapore Classics Reignited! In conjunction with Asian Film Archive, IMDA (Infocomm Media Development Authority of Singapore) has organised a walk down celluloid memory lane with three Singapore classics that were originally released in 1998 ("Money No Enough", "Forever Fever", and "The Teenage Textbook Movie"), and have restored them in 4K for your viewing pleasures, twenty years later!


Forever Fever (US version: That's the Way I like It) in 4K resolution!

#Didyouknow that 'Forever Fever' was the first Singaporean film to dance its way to the international stage?
Inspired by Saturday Night Fever and flowing with Bruce Lee's furious funky fighting moves, the movie was renamed 'That's the Way I Like It' to jive with U.S. audiences.

Fast forward 20 years, and we put our best foot forward to rejoice the success of this film just the way you like it – in 4K resolution at the following locations and timings:

- 2 Nov Fri | 7pm at The Cathay Cineplex*
- 10 Nov, Sat | 5pm at The National Musuem Singapore

Admission is free, so grab your tickets now: singaporeclassicsreignited.peatix.com

*Bonus: Meet the cast and crew at an exclusive Q&A session!

#SFC20 #AsiaIsNow

Posted by Infocomm Media Development Authority - IMDA on Friday, October 19, 2018

FOREVER FEVER

- 2 Nov Fri | 7pm at The Cathay Cineplex*
- 10 Nov, Sat | 5pm at The National Museum Singapore



To be screened at both The Cathay and The National Museum Singapore (2 days per film, a week apart, one screening per day only), admission is FREE. Grab your free seats in the registration link here: singaporeclassicsreignited.peatix.com, and get a chance to meet the cast and crew in a Q&A session (At The Cathay sessions).

I have been involved in two out of the three films being screened, actually (in my previous life), with "Forever Fever" being my very first foray into local feature films (I was the credited "Art Director"), and "The Teenage Textbook Movie" was my second film done right after "Fever" (My first as a credited "Production Designer" / IMDB).

And while FEVER was themed in the 70s, TEENAGE featured plenty of footage of Singapore-life in the late-90s though - some of which OMG no longer exists in the Singapore landscape (!) - and would certainly be a blast-from-the-past!


The Teenage Textbook Movie in 4K resolution!

#Didyouknow it has been 20 years since the release of the Teenage Textbook Movie?

Take a trip down memory lane and catch it now in 4K resolution at the following locations and timings:

- 1 Nov Thurs | 7pm at The Cathay Cineplex*
- 9 Nov, Fri | 8pm at The National Musuem Singapore

Admission is free, so grab your tickets now: singaporeclassicsreignited.peatix.com

*Meet the cast and crew at an exclusive Q&A session!

#SFC20 #AsiaIsNow

Posted by Infocomm Media Development Authority - IMDA on Friday, October 19, 2018

THE TEENAGE TEXTBOOK MOVIE

- 1 Nov Thurs | 7pm at The Cathay Cineplex*
- 9 Nov, Fri | 8pm at The National Museum Singapore.




'Money No Enough' Movie in 4K resolution!

#Didyouknow that the local satire film, Money No Enough was the all-time highest grossing Singaporean film from till 2012?

Join us as we enjoy this comedy in 4K resolution at the following locations and timings:

-3 Nov, Sat | 7pm at The Cathay Cineplex*
-10 Nov, Sat | 8pm at The National Musuem Singapore

Admission is free, so grab your tickets now: singaporeclassicsreignited.peatix.com

*Meet the cast and crew at an exclusive Q&A session!

#SFC20 #AsiaIsNow

Posted by Infocomm Media Development Authority - IMDA on Friday, October 19, 2018

MONEY NO ENOUGH

-3 Nov, Sat | 7pm at The Cathay Cineplex*
-10 Nov, Sat | 8pm at The National Museum Singapore

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