‘Still Moving: A Triple Bill of the Image’ at SAM Takes Instagramming to Another Level
Get some tips from Singapore Art Museum's latest photography exhibition to try out some completely mind-bending photo manipulations for your next selfie. Note: this isn't your regular Valenica or X-pro filter.
Birdman: The Underlying Hero
[MOVIE REVIEW] Birdman aims for the skies with superb camera techniques above all else.
Herb & Dorothy: “You Don’t Have to be Rockefeller to Collect Art”
If you haven't already seen Megumi Sasaki's award-winning documentary 'Herb & Dorothy', this is why you should.
Golden Globe Awards 2015: The (Unexpected) Winners
The 72nd Golden Globe Awards was as eventful as it could be.
10 Years After: Sean Tobin Takes Over M1 Fringe Festival
The new artistic director of the M1 Singapore Fringe Festival examines the past decade of the festival, talks supporting more local artists, and what's needed to move the local arts scene.
2014: The Year Women Were Represented Fairly In Television
2014 is the year women in TV and films grabbed life by the balls. Here's why it's brilliant.
A Couple That Paints Together, Stays Together
When they first met, Gillie had thought Marc were gay, with his long tresses, ripped jeans and broken shoes. Gillie and Marc were also engaged to different people. Then, they started talking.
Summer Scenes, Through Z’s Lens
#30daysofZ is a photographic documentation of the city that is NYC.
Why Having A Black Annie Is Symbolic In Today’s Society
It's a hard-knock life when eyebrows are (still) raised over a young, black girl playing the lead role. What's the fuss?
The Hobbit: The Battle Of The Five Armies
[REVIEW] The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies comes to an epic and conclusive ending of an unexpected journey.