Head to Objectifs for a photography exhibition on women, catch a Middle Eastern chick flick and rock out to Scorpions
EXHIBITION | Women in Film and Photography Skipped last year's Women in Photography exhibition? Don't miss the second one as 18 leading lady photographers take you on a visual trek across Egypt, Philippines, Jordan to Russia with an insider's view of the different lives various women lead in each of the areas. Opens today till 20 November, 12-7pm on Tuesdays to Saturdays, 12-4pm on Sundays at Objectifs' Chape Gallery. For more information, click here. FILM | Middle East Film Festival Did you know that save for one IMAX cinema, Saudi Arabia bans cinemas? Mahmoud Sabbagh's drama-comedy Barakah Meets Barakah won't be screened back in the country he's from, but you can see it here alongside Egypt's Clash, Iran's The Paternal House and Lebanon's A World Not Ours. 20-30 October, 8pm at The Projector. For more information, click here. MUSIC | Scorpions 50th Anniversary Tour Formed in 1965, they sparked the first wave of metal in the '70s and brought hard rock into Billboard's top charts with Rock You Like A Hurricane and No One Like You. This year, Scorpions celebrate their 50th anniversary with a gig you wouldn't want to miss. Just remember, hair-whipping head bangs are necessary. 21 October, 8-11pm at Suntec Singapore Convention & Exhibition Centre. For more information, click here. MARKET | Field Vibes x Tanjong Goodman Weekend Market Bring along your picnic mat and loved ones for a lounge on an open green field till sundown. The fun-filled frenzy has something for everyone: Australian Barbecue delectables for the foodie, treats and trinkets for the hoarder, sonorous beats for the music savant and bouncy castles for the young 'un.
22 October, 1-10pm at Goodman Arts Centre. For more information, click here. FILM | Cartoons Underground If you're feeling a bit adventurous for a movie night, why not grab a beer and catch award-winning underground animations under the stars? Curated by homegrown animator Tan Wei Kong, 20 short films are set to be screened followed by a discussion with the directors. 22 October, 6-10pm at kult kafé. For more information, click here.