Also on show are recent locally-released film comedies Ah Boys to Men and Ah Boys to Men 2, about recruits in the Singapore military directed by prolific Singapore director Jack Neo; Taxi! Taxi!, inspired by a true story of a retrenched microbiology scientist who turns to taxi driving; Red Numbers by first-time director Dominic Ow about a guy who has three lucky minutes in his miserable life according to a Chinese geomancer; and The Wedding Diary II, the sequel to The Wedding Diary, which depicts life after marriage.

A slew of upcoming feature-length films in development are also seeking business opportunities. These include Wa is for Wayang, a discovery of the mystical world of Chinese Opera by three underdog students; Little Medium Boy, a narrative about an 11-year-old child star medium who is hired to find a wife for a dead boy; and Building Waves which reflects the lives of four damaged souls who suffer loss from the reservoir of Singapore and find salvation through the waves of change.