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Tokyo Story by Yasujiro Ozu is the festival's opening film.

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The 1958 Singapore horror Orang Minyak (Oily Man) will be shown with the director L Krishnan, now in his 90s, in attendance.

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Like Orang Minyak, classic South-east Asian film Batch '81 has also been restored by Asia Film Archive.

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TOKYO STORY (1953).

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MADE IN HONG KONG (1997).

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ORANG MINYAK (1958).

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BATCH ‘81 (1982).

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YELLOW EARTH (1984).

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AIMLESS BULLET (1960).

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TAMPOPO (1985).

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DARK HEAVEN (1958).

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SHIRAZ: A TALE OF ROMANCE. (1928).

Relive The Glory Of Old Cinema

Nine newly restored Asian classics will be showcased at an upcoming film festival
Aug 17, 2018 5:50 AM

ANY SELF-RESPECTING CINEPHILE would have seen Yasujiro Ozu's 1953 masterpiece Tokyo Story. In 2012, 358 top directors around the world, including Martin Scorsese, Francis Ford Coppola, Mike Leigh and Quentin Tarantino, voted the black-and-white Japanese film as "the greatest film ever made" in a

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