S.I.T.F.E. submitted one entry and Won 2nd Prize in the competition.
THE OLD VOICE
(PAZHAIYA KURAL) is a lighthearted story about an old man who loves his old transistor radio that gets accidentally broken by a young actor. Distressed over his loss, the old man becomes like a child who loses its ice-cream. To make the old man feel better, what the actor does puts a smile not only on the old man’s face but on yours too.
What actually did actor do?
In commemoration of Singapore Radio’s 80th Anniversary, this short film also denotes something very gently – some memories are very hard to forget. A dedication to Tamil radio dramas in the early days in Singapore Radio history.
KOLUSU is a film produced by BLACSPICE FILMS in collaboration with Singapore Indian Theatre and Film Explorers (S.I.T.F.E).[...]
Show & Tell of PANJABOOTHANGAL performances by some groups and updates on S.I.T.F.E.’s upcoming events.
Discussion on PANJABOOTHANGAL and updates on S.I.T.F.E.’s upcoming events. (more…)
The first meetup with general public and members about S.I.T.F.E. & idea generation session
In commemoration of Shakespeare’s 400th Anniversary, S.I.T.F.E. organized this event which invited actors, writers and directors who had[...]
S.I.T.F.E. CLUB was officially launched with a sharing by Cultural Medallion Mr KTM Iqbal. Mr Iqbal recited about[...]