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Singapore Festival: Mouly Surya Talks ‘Marlina’ Journey

Indonesian filmmaker, Mouly Surya has had an incredible journey. Her first film, 2008’s “Fiksi” was a Busan festival selection, while 2013’s “What They Don’t Talk About When They Talk About Love” was nominated for the grand jury prize in the World Cinema – Dramatic strand at Sundance, and won the NETPAC award at Rotterdam. Her latest film, “Marlina the Murderer ...

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Bali volcano latest: Airlines CANCEL flights – is YOUR journey affected?

Flights to and from Bali have been cancelled or diverted after the volcano finally erupted, nearly two months after it first started showing signs of dangerous activity. Airlines including Jetstar have announced they are cancelling flights in light of the developments. The latest Volcano Observatory Notice for Aviation alert said: “Eruption and ash emission is continuing. “Best estimate of ash… ...

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Belmond British Pullman: A vintage journey of opulence with fine dining and champagne

Sitting around an immaculately-set table laden with gleaming crystals and monogramed china, they nibbled on the best food money can buy. It was like a scene from the newly released film, Murder on the Orient Express starring Kenneth Branagh and Michelle Pheiffer. We, too, felt like we were in another era. A trip on the Belmond British Pullman could well ...

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‘Container’ Carries Migrants’ Journey Into Virtual Realm at IDFA

A harrowing journey across the high seas comes to life in “Container,” an ambitious cross-media project being pitched at IDFA Forum this year. Directed by Simon Wood and Meghna Singh, “Container” takes a hybrid approach to documenting the experiences of migrants risking everything in search of a better life, presenting their stories through a unique combination of virtual reality and ...

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