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The Lion City II – Majulah

Keith Loutit captures the changing landscape in Singapore, returning to the same camera positions over several years.

Cinemagraphs of Heap Seng Leong Coffeeshop

Chia Aik Beng opens a virtual time capsule with his haunting cinemagraphs of the coffeeshop still standing from the yesteryears.

A Tiny Modernity – A Timelapse of Singapore

A look at how despite its modernity, Singapore has preserved its cultures and heartlands accordingly, resulting in a healthy blend of nostalgia and anticipation.

The First Night Hyperlapse Film of Singapore

A magnificently done hyperlapse video of Singapore as the sun sets and the night lights take over…

Void Deck Entrepreneur by Growing Up With Less

Samsuri decided to step up to form a self-help group, Pekik, for Malay residents in the community of Jalan Kukoh, one of the poorest estate in Singapore.

In Silence: Foreign Workers in Singapore

Short documentary by Pearline Chew highlighting foreign workers’ toil “in silence”.