"Longkang" is from the Malay word for drain. It is used to describe any form of man-made water passage, from small drains to big canals. In the longkangs of hyper-modern Singapore, a seemingly innocent activity triggers a mysterious event, which leads to a search and eventual surrender.
Length: 21 minutes
Premiere: North American
Director: Charles Lim
Screenwriter: Charles Lim
Producer: Li Lin Wee
Editor: Charles Lim
Director of Photography: Charles Lim
Production Designer: Charles Lim
Co-Producer: Leon Cheo
Primary Cast: Ali Apriadi
Charles Lim was born in Singapore. He took part in the 1996 Olympics and in the 2007 America's Cup as a sailor. He studied fine art at Central Saint Martins and created the Sea State series, which was exhibited at the Shanghai Biennale. His short One Day I Forgot And Used My Hands screened at TFF, Rotterdam, and Edinburgh last year.