Paris 36

"Paris 36", directed by Christophe Barratier (Les Choristes), is set in the chaotic year of 1936 when the left-wing Popular Front government of Léon Blum came to power. The story revolves around three Parisians desperately; trying to keep their beloved Chansonia theatre alive, each for their own reasons.

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By The Branch

 By The Branch 

As By The Branch puts it: "It's all about being embraced in a cosy garden filled with pretty things we adore." The little shop is furnished in mostly French country style and pastel white pieces mostly.

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Xin Yuan Ji

One of the greatest challenges of work life is finding good and cheap lunch deals, especially for most freshgrads with unfortunate paychecks. But lucky for those who work around the Bugis area, they have Xin Yuan Ji, where they can find good zi char and sliced fish noodles at reasonable prices.

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Sinema Social Film Festival: Films For Change

Ongoing to 1 October 2009

In a world festered problems, environmental, social, political and many others, filmmakers seek to use their creative work as a platform to create awareness to such issues. And what better way to herald change in Singaporeans than through one of Singaporeans' favourite mediums, the theatre?

The Sinema Social Film Festival begins symbolically on 09/09/09 (call 999 for police) as a call for help and sounding the alarm for change in the world.

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