Presenting Singapore’s Cult & Underground Film Festival — having had two successful runs from previous years, SCUFF is back for the third instalment in 2017.
Organised by SCUM Cinema, they’re here once again to bring you non-mainstream films that are independently made and can’t be found at regular cinemas.
Promising something for everyone, the four films that will be screened over the weekend will feature a diverse mix of genres, with everything from art to horror and documentary-based films.
Take a look at two of the four line-ups, they are pretty exciting.
To start with, The Eyes of My Mother, a black and white American horror film will be screened. This is the traumatic story of a daughter who witnesses her mother’s murder first hand and due to the shock of the incident, goes out on a killing spree as a coping mechanism.
Graphically and visually disturbing, this is not one for the faint-hearted.
Another film that most will be excited for is Gimme Danger, a documentary style film that chronicles the rock-n-roll lifestyle of The Stooges in the late 60s. Fans of this legendary band will enjoy watching the shenanigans of Iggy and the Stooges play out on screen.
So, if you’re tired of the mainstream films, why not catch some cult films that are more eclectic and perhaps even strange?
All screenings will take place at Alliance Francaise. Tickets are $13 per film or $42 to marathon all of them. Do note that various timings will be allocated for different films — to find out more, visit Peatix.
Date: 24 – 26 February 2017
Ticket price: S$13 – S$42
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