Menstrual Man: Documentary Screening for a Cause 18 Oct
ABOUT THE PROGRAMME
800pm-900pm Movie Screening
900pm-930pm Q&A with Amit Virmani, film-maker
* A special 2 course set dinner has been created for the night: Soup of the Day and Asian Primavera Linguine (chicken, french beans, roasted tomatoes, zucchini and ginger sesame soy drizzle). You can order off the regular menu as well.
ABOUT THE DOCUMENTARY
“ENGAGING, FUNNY, HEART-BREAKING… A HYBRID UNLIKE ANY OTHER, IT SHOULD NOT BE MISSED” - Tom Roston, PBS POV Doc Soup
The title may make you squirm but this documentary will definitely leave you inspired. Following his controversial debut "Cowboys in Paradise", indie filmmaker Amit Virmani's latest documentary is a profound and entertaining tale of how Arunchalam Muruganantham, a school dropout became one of India's most visionary social entrepreneurs through his oddball quest to produce low cost sanitary pads, made by rural women for rural women. Discover how one man fought through ridicule and rejection to create a surprisingly innovative solution that would improve women's health, economic opportunity and personal dignity in one fell swoop.
ABOUT THE CAUSE: FFT X BUKIT HO SWEE FAMILY SERVICE CENTRE
Food for Thought is working together with the Bukit Ho Swee FSC team to strengthen the social and emotional capital of the neighbourhoods they work within. We are looking into using the power of hospitality to bring together different groups in the community.
$10 of every movie ticket sold here will go towards funding innovative community programmes that uplift and celebrate the beneficiaries in the Bukit Ho See neighbourhood.
7:30 PM - 9:30 PM SGT
Movie + Q&A with filmmaker $20.00 Movie + Q&A with filmmaker + 2 course set dinner $40.00
- Venue Address
- 93 Stamford Road #01-04/05, S178897 Singapore
The nearest MRT is Bras Basah MRT. Walk through the main doors of The National Museum. Walk past the restaurant Flutes and the museum gift shop. Turn left at the main atrium. We are right next to The Museum Shop by Banyan Tree!
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