These five short films are variously from China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Singapore. What did the uncle in Kua Bo see that made everyone unhappy? What is the difference between a person’s exterior and internal qualities in Shanghai Man Woman? What did the father and son see in Coffin? How does one resolve the tension between a visible duty and an internal struggle in Lucky Draw? And what can you “see” in that bowl of porridge in 3 Generations 3 Days? [PART OF SINGAPORE CHINESE FILM FESTIVAL 2020] Featuring 看呒 Kua Bo by ANG Qing Sheng 洪清盛 海上男女 Shanghai Man Woman by YUAN Daowu 袁道武 木棺 Coffin by YANG Can 杨灿 大吉 Lucky Draw by CHIN Chia-Hua 靳家驊 红枣薏米花生 3 Generations 3 Days by CHU Hoi-ying 朱凱濙 For more details, please visit the SCFF website. https://scff.sg/featured_item/chinese-shortcuts-can-you-see-it/ Join the Q&A session on Sat 10 Oct 2020, 9.30pm. Look out for Q&A updates on SCFF Facebook.