It’s official. INRI studio is proud to announce that we’ll be collaborating with Sinema Old School to screen both our films, A Wicked Tale (2005) and e’Tzaintes (2003) at the Old School itself. And for the first time ever, it’s going to be screened as a double bill... All this is going to happen in August. How ironic... as a post National Day thing. That’s two films for the price of one ticket. This screening could not have come at a better time with our DVDs sold out, and the enthusiasm for both these films picking up in the myspace, youtube and amazon world. So we’re glad. It’s our offer to Singaporeans who find it absurd to buy a Made-in-Singapore DVD on Amazon. So this one’s for you.

Now the question. Is it too much? To put both A Wicked Tale and e’Tzaintes together? They are two very different, not to mention ‘heavy’ films. It’s going to be interesting to know what it’s like watching it back to back. Oh well… let’s just go ahead and see what comes out of it.

This is going to be the first time both films are screened as a run in Singapore. All our previous local screenings were ‘one-off’ festival showcases. There’s the legendary Singapore International Film Festival and Dave Chua’s really exciting Singapore Fantastic Film Festival. But the problem with one-day-screenings, is this ... No matter how good the response is, the film dies when the screenings over.

So I thank the forces-that-be for Sinema Old School. The vibe of the place is perfect for some INRI studio’s wickedness/ continuous wickedness/ make that, on-going wickedness. Kudos to the folks, Randy Ang and Nicholas Chee, and David as well, behind Sinema Old School. It’s a great concept and the place is perfect for something like A WICKED TALE and e’TZAINTES.


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