Sing Song

mspiff-2018-sing-song-still-1.jpg

Showings

St. Anthony Main Theatre 5 Sat, Apr 14, 2018 12:00 PM
St. Anthony Main Theatre 5 Sat, Apr 21, 2018 2:20 PM
Ticket Prices
General Public:$14.00
Members:$11.00
Student w/ID (Box Office Only):$8.00
Film Info
Premiere Status:Minnesota Premiere
Programs:Childish Films
Women & Film
Nextwave
Tags:Adventure
Coming-of-Age
Drama
Dance
Music
Family Friendly
Family Drama
Women Directors
Nextwave
Voice Category:Art in PIctures
Release Year:2017
Runtime:96 min
Country/Region:Netherlands
Language:Dutch
Cast/Crew
Director:Mischa Kamp
Producer:Jeroen Beker
Sabine Veenendaal
Eddy Wijngaarde
Cinematographer:Goert Giltay
Screenwriter:Guus Pengel
Fiona van Heemstra
Editor:Sander Vos
Principal Cast:Gerogiefa Boomdijk
Floris Bosma
Maurits Delchot
Tyra Koning
Lieseth Peroti
Glen Faria
Kenny B
Filmography:Winky's Horse ('05)
Where is Winky's Horse? ('11)
Tony 10 ('12)

Description

Sing Song is an uplifting musical film about a 16-year-old Dutch girl on a secret quest to find her mother. Jasmine works in the flower shop with her devoted dad who refuses to discuss his past or her South American birthplace, Suriname. When Jasmine and her best friend Stijn are scouted for a singing contest in the former Dutch colony, she jumps at the chance to reconnect with her roots and dreams of finding her birth mother.

Telling her dad that she’s gone on a school trip to Berlin, Jasmine sneaks off to Suriname. Upon her arrival, Jasmine is torn between the chance to develop her artistic self with the talented youth group and the search for her mother. Following her mother’s trail starts to derail Jasmine’s chances in the contest as well as her relationship with Stijn. Going solo, Jasmine must find her own voice in her lost mother’s land.

Recommended for ages 11+

Mischa Kamp Born in 1970, Mischa Kamp studied communication before turning to filmmaking. After directing several shorts, documentaries, series and TV films for Dutch television produced Winky’s Horse (’05). The film was so successful that a sequel was made called Where’s Winky’s Horse? (’07).

 


Sponsored by: