- RatedPGGenreComedy, Family, History, Romance, Short, Thriller
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Due to overwhelming response, three more screenings have been added for SG50 movie '7 Letters'.
Movie fans that have not been able to get tickets for its three premiere dates on 24-26 July, can reserve their spots for the additional screenings at National Museum of Singapore's Gallery Theatre on 8,9 and 10 August from 1-2 August at the museum's front desk (from 10am to 6pm).
There will only be one screening on all three dates, and tickets will not be priced and are available on a first-come-first-served basis.
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PIANIST SELECTED FOR OPENING GALA
Seven-year-old pianist Toby Tan has been selected to perform for the opening gala of the movie.
Tan was handpicked from an island-wide open call.
He will be performing a five-minute piece, 'Serenade of the 7 Letters' by Golden Horse Award-winning composer Ricky Ho.
LIMITED EDITION DVD BOXED SET
The film-makers also announced that there will be a limited edition DVD set for sale during the film’s first run this weekend.
Designed by the 2014 President’s Design Award recipient, Larry Peh and his team at &Larry, this limited edition includes a DVD of '7 Letters', insights to each of the seven short films, as well as personal mementos from the directors, such as old photographs and handwritten notes about the “creative process and inspiration” behind each film, said a statement.
Priced at S$200 each, only 1,000 copies of these DVDs will be sold during the gala premiere screenings happening from July 24 to 26 at Capitol Theatre.
All proceeds will go the seven beneficiaries. They are: Alzheimer’s Disease Association, Children At-Risk Empowerment Association, Movement for the Intellectually Disabled of Singapore, PERTAPIS Senior Citizens Fellowship Home, Singapore Buddhist Lodge Welfare Foundation, Students Care Service and Transient Workers Count Too.