Women in Film 2017 | Breaking Boundaries - A Seminar by Kiki Sugino
Women in Film spotlights the career of filmmaker Kiki Sugino. Hailed as a "muse of Asian indie cinema”, Kiki Sugino traverses boundaries in her career as a director, producer and actor. Her influences span from Japanese veteran Yasujiro Ozu to Éric Rohmer of the French New Wave, she has taken on genres from traditional Japanese folklore (Snow Woman, based on a ghost story) to contemporary realism (the 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake in Odayaka), and she has worked on international projects involving collaborators from Korea to Malaysia.
In this public seminar, hear from Sugino about her career, starting out with acting, then venturing into producing and now also directing. She will share how she perceives each of these roles, discuss the Japanese film industry and her commitment to co-productions and working beyond many types of borders like nationality, sex, age, colour and religion. Sugino will also discuss her experience as a woman in film and how female filmmakers can thrive in the industry.
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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.
3:00 PM - 5:00 PM SGT
- Venue Address
- 155 Middle Road Singapore
Nearest MRT stations: Bras Basah (approx. 5 min walk) and Bugis (approx 10 min walk)