Changi Airport Group has launched ‘Where Dreams Take Flight: Singaporean Short Stories’, three short films created with local filmmakers.
The project aims to capture untold stories of human connections at Changi Airport, exploring themes such as family relationships, social interactions and personal aspirations.
Each of the three short films presents a unique look at the interactions that take place in a familiar setting to many Singaporeans and travellers. Local filmmakers Eysham Ali, Kathleen Bu, Li Kayue and Zon Chan produced the films.
The first of the films to be launched, ‘Auntie Oh Lives In Your Memories’, has been selected in the Singapore Panorama segment at the Singapore International Film Festival and debuted on December 4.
Kelvin Ng, vice president of Changi Airport Group’s corporate and marketing communications, said: “As a key air hub and Singapore’s gateway to the world, Changi Airport remains focused on its vision of connecting lives and strives to deliver the best Changi experience for every passenger. Whether parting from or reuniting with loved ones, taking off and landing at Changi is a collective memory and shared experience for many Singaporeans.
“Through this film collaboration project, we saw the opportunity to reconnect with our audience in a time when travel is curtailed and at the same time, raise the profile of the local filmmaking industry.”
Watch the exclusive release of ‘Auntie Oh Lives In Your Memories’ on Changi Airport’s website and Facebook page. ‘Last Call’ and ‘VuJa De’, will be released in 2022.