6 Short Films you shouldn’t miss at the 11th Cartoons Underground

These are six short films you shouldn’t miss at the Cartoons Underground which will take place on October 22, 2022 at Projector X: Picturehouse (2 Handy Rd) in Singapore.

Girl in the Water by Shi-Rou Huang – Taiwan | 2021 – 8 minutes

Contemplation of torn walls and scars reminds the heroine of the ups and downs of love. The film depicts femininity and female internal time-consciousness through the convalescence of a woman’s broken heart.


Loose Threads by Chayanid Siripaiboolpong, Jessieca Junesha – Thailand, Indonesia | 2021 – 2 minutes

A grandma tries to recall the familiar stranger sitting next to her. With much difficulty and frustration, she weaves her hazy memories of the stranger together, only for her to forget them once again.


Patient’s Mind by Zhiheng Wang – China | 2021 – 6 minutes

“Patient’s Mind” describes an endless samsara between the present and the “preset future” in the doomed failure of self-salvation.


The House of Loss by Jinkyu Jeon – South Korea | 2022 – 10 minutes

The elderly at the nursing home have their heads shaved. The protagonist who works there sees them but can’t read their expressions. However, from one instance, he finds himself looking closely at their faces.


The Story of Chaos by Quek Yu Qing – Singapore | 2022

A student is admonished for her imaginative and unorthodox rendition of the ancient Taoist parable of Chaos.


To Kill the Birds and Bees by Calleen Koh Yee Lin – Singapore | 2021 – 11 minutes

A pair of young twins, a secondary school prefect and a conservative housewife each has a sex-related encounter during the course of a day.


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