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[FREE] A Wes Anderson-ish Singapore: Short Film Screening and Intro to Architectural Photography

11 May • 03:00pm

Catch a screening of the first volume of A Wes Anderson-ish Singapore, a photographic exploration of Singapore’s built environment. Then, get tips on architectural photography from filmmaker Kevin Siyuan. After the workshop, explore the ACM building and put your skills into practice by photographing the museum’s unique spaces.

Capitol Singapore Promotions

Celebrate the Singapore HeritageFest 2024 with these promotions from Capitol Singapore!

Cinema Reclaimed: DREAM PALACES

Join us for a series of curated film screenings and a talk as we look at not only the history of Singapore on film, but also at the cinema spaces in which films were screened, for the fourth edition of Cinema Reclaimed.

SHF Closing Weekend Block Party

25 - 26 May • 01:00pm

Come join the celebrations as we turn our Homeground exhibition on the National Museum of Singapore lawn to a big block party!

Kemas By P7:1SMA

4 - 5 May • 06:00pm

Kemas,' translated to 'tidy' or 'clean up' in English, invites you to reflect on our responsibilities in protecting and shaping Kampong Gelam’s built heritage & cultural identity through the act of cleaning. ‘Kemas’ is a roving performance within Kampong Gelam, using body movement to foster a sense of unity as a community.

Legacy Lens Kit

Get your complimentary limited-edition Legacy Lens Kit, with lens cards in a vintage camera pouch!

Monstrous Fun! 2024

25 - 26 May • 11:00am

What was The Arts House used for in the past, and who were the people who sat in the rooms and walked the corridors? Join in The Arts House Story Tour to learn the history behind Singapore’s oldest government building. Find out interesting facts about the building and its people, and discover what went on in The Chamber that shaped Singapore into what it is today.

Ring of Fury (1973)

19 May • 05:00pm

A cinematic slice of Singapore’s past is brought to one of the last remaining old cinema spaces. Ring of Fury (1973) a Mandarin-language martial arts action spectacular was shot entirely on location will screen for the first time at People’s Park Theatre in Kreta Ayer which opened a few years before the film.

Royston At Capitol!

10 May • 07:30pm

One of Singapore's most renowned film directors, Royston Tan, known for his passion for historic locales, will be presenting his films at the Capitol Theatre. These films prominently feature the iconic 94-year-old dream palace, celebrating its rich history as one of Singapore's great cinematic spaces.


5 May • 04:00pm

Peter Bogdanovich’s infamous Singapore-shot 1979 film Saint Jack, will screen as a homage to The Projector’s past as adults-only Golden Theatre, with a talk on the places and spaces featured in the film by architecture historian Lai Chee Kien.