Singapore Art Museum presents Stay Home Shorts, an online series featuring local and international short films. Our December edition looks optimistically towards the new year, with light-hearted films that centre around acceptance, hope, and relationships within the community.
Stay Home Shorts: December 2020 is held in partnership with Viddsee.
Watch on SAM's Facebook and YouTube channels from 8pm onwards on Friday, 18 December 2020 till 11.59pm on Sunday, 27 December 2020.
|In order of screening||Synopses|
Ah-Lim finds himself forced to re-evaluate both his relationship with his son and the future of his business when the latter brings an unexpected guest home for dinner.
Luisa and Guada
Luisa, a septuagenarian, spends a life of routine with her best friend Guada. While Luisa is traditional and a bit lonely, Guada is able to keep up with the times and uses the internet to relieve her loneliness. She persuades Luisa to try meeting new people online.
Anto and Budi must help their friend Dara, who experiences menstruation for the first time while playing football in an abandoned field far away from the local market.
Who Stole Tua Pek Kong?
When “lucky” statue goes missing, a community comes together to solve the crime. As they start pointing fingers, this light-hearted film reveals how erroneous stereotypes can be!
All images courtesy of Viddsee.