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Screening of 大帐篷- 想象力的避难所 THE MOVING TENT | Singapore Chinese Film Festival 2019

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fX8Bm6w_tqg

台湾 Taiwan / 2018 / 118 Min / Rating TBA / Mandarin 华语、Japanese 日语/ English & Chinese subtitles 中英字幕

导演 Director:陈芯宜 Singing Chen


货车驶入广场搭起帐篷,帐篷成员有的换装上妆,上 台演出,有的在幕后各司其职。观众进场,倾听社会 间隙微弱到几乎听不见的声音,见证帐篷成员集体建 构的独特美学,感受经由行动所展现的抵抗能量和反 思,观看帐篷剧成了台上台下意念的汇流沸腾。演出 之后,成员们收叠帐篷,离开短暂的临时舞台,带着 帐篷的核心理念,前往各自现实的生活,继续行动与 沉淀,并等待着下一次帐篷升起。

As a truck drives into a square and a moveable tent is set up audience members enter and hear the faint voices echoing from the cracks in society. As the tent becomes a convergence of the thoughts of those both on stage and off, we feel the power of resistance that the entire action entails. Tent theatre is a form of theatre occurring in a temporary tent. It originated out of experimental theatre in post-war Japan in the 60s’. “It aims to bring those voices and memories that have been relegated to the bottom of the society into the tents.” Functioning both as observer and participant, the director documents the tent’s movements around Taiwan in the past decade.



Singapore Chinese Film Festival is co-founded and organised by the Singapore Film Society and Singapore University of Social Sciences, and is held annually since 2013. The main objective of the festival is to promote the appreciation of quality Chinese Cinema here in Singapore. Through panel discussions and dialogue, the festival aims to foster deeper interaction between Singapore filmmaking talents and filmmakers from China, Hong Kong, Taiwan and Malaysia.

It is currently the second largest film festival held in Singapore in terms of number of films screened and audience attendance, with yearly growth in attendance since its inauguration in 2013.

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Mon Apr 22, 2019
7:30 PM - 9:30 PM SGT
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