Muhammad Feroz Al Mamun in a still from I Dream of Singapore by Lei Yuan Bin. Photo: Tiger Tiger Pictures Muhammad Feroz Al Mamun in a still from I Dream of Singapore by Lei Yuan Bin. Photo: Tiger Tiger Pictures
Muhammad Feroz Al Mamun in a still from I Dream of Singapore by Lei Yuan Bin. Photo: Tiger Tiger Pictures

Why a new generation of Singapore filmmakers have turned to social realism in their stories about the Lion City

  • Many think of Singapore as a safe place full of rich elites, and films such as Crazy Rich Asians reflect that perception
  • Films such as I Dream of Singapore and A Land Imagined look at the Lion City through the eyes of migrant workers and the poor

Topic |   Cinema
Muhammad Feroz Al Mamun in a still from I Dream of Singapore by Lei Yuan Bin. Photo: Tiger Tiger Pictures Muhammad Feroz Al Mamun in a still from I Dream of Singapore by Lei Yuan Bin. Photo: Tiger Tiger Pictures
Muhammad Feroz Al Mamun in a still from I Dream of Singapore by Lei Yuan Bin. Photo: Tiger Tiger Pictures
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