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The Bible contains six admonishments to homosexuals and 362 admonishments to heterosexuals. That doesn't mean that God doesn't love heterosexuals. It's just that they need more supervision.
~Lynn Lavner

Monday, May 12, 2008

(CLOSED) Film premiere ‘Wilde’ in support of IndigNation, 13th May 08

The film was an enjoyable and a charming one, though at some points it deemed rather tragic minus the mellow dramatics. This film wasn't a usual blockbuster but a good choice for the IndigNation 2008 premiere fund raiser. I enjoyed it tremendously.

I want to thank all the parties involved in making this possible and I urge those who didn't go the fund raiser, please make your donations by clicking on the link below:

US$20 Donations to IndigNation 2008 (Online only)

I believe every little contribution from us will make a difference in the long run.

Hello guys!

Prior to the IndigNation event coming in August, there is a fund raiser in which I think all of us should support.

Excerpt taken from the PLU website:

Fridae.com, in support of People Like Us’ Indignation gay pride season, is organising the Singapore premiere of the film ‘Wilde’ on Tuesday 13 May 2008, at the Lido theatres.

Directed by Brian Gilbert, this 1997 film tells the story of celebrated poet, novelist and playwright Oscar Wilde, who in 1895 was convicted of ‘gross indecency’ under a UK law that was the precursor of Singapore’s infamous Section 377A. Wilde was a martyr to the moral hypocrisy of his time, and which unfortunately still lives on in Singapore.

The film was banned by the Singapore censors when first released. It has now been re-rated under revised film guidelines (post 2002 censorship review) as R21.

Wilde_gala_pic3Fridae’s gala premiere is intended as a fund-raiser for Indignation, since Indignation events themselves (scheduled for August 2008) are traditionally free of charge, in order to be accessible to everyone. Tickets are priced at $20 (US$15) and $50 (US$38) - the latter includes a cocktail reception - and are available from Fridae’s movie site www.fridae.com/wilde/index.htm, or more directly from their tickets shop at http://www.fridae.com/shop/cart/home.php?cat=416.

Crocodile men’s wear and Shaw theatres are the other sponsors and People Like Us would like to express our thanks to them and Fridae for their support.

1 comment:

brick said...

The Guest-of-Honour is Nominated Member of Parliament Siew Kum Hong.


Goodie bags for VIP ticket holders, include Crocodile vouchers!

more info at http://www.fridae.com/wilde/

You can also buy tickets at Lido Box Office or Shaw Online: