Earth: One Amazing Day
The much-awaited sequel to Earth, this documentary showcases the world in 24 hours. Over the course of a single day, we witness the sun rising over the highest mountains and remotest islands, and over exotic and urban jungles. Other unforgettable images include a baby zebra desperate to cross a swollen river, a penguin who undertakes a death-defying daily commute to feed his family, a family of sperm whales that likes to snooze vertically and a sloth on the hunt for love. Narrated with humour, intimacy, emotion and jaw-dropping cinematic splendour, Earth: One Amazing Day reminds us that every day is filled with unseen dramas and wonders. Movie opens on Jan 25.

Loving Vincent
This is an animation movie like no other. The story of Vincent van Gogh is told in oil-painting format, just like one of his masterpieces. The movie tells the story of a tormented artist who has been labelled a martyr, lustful satyr, madman, genius and layabout. The real Vincent is revealed through the letters he wrote to various people in the course of his life. Loving Vincent was first shot as a live action film with actors, then hand-painted over, frame by frame, in oils. It features the acting talents of Douglas Booth, Saoirse Ronan, Chris O’Dowd and Aidan Turner. Movie opens on Feb 1.

Australia Day
Take a luxurious boat trip aboard the Tall Ship Royal Albatross to celebrate Australia Day. The dinner menu features an Aussie barbie with chilled Aussie beers and wines. There is also a three-piece live band playing as you enjoy the scenery of the southern islands and the Central Business District.

Date: Jan 26
Time: 7.30pm to 10pm
Price: $195 (including child aged 13+)/$145 (child aged four to 12)
To book: Sistic
Check in: You will receive check-in information via email from Tall Ship Adventures. Ticket is not valid unless you check in online at least 24 hours in advance of sailing date.

Fresh Dewdrop
Ota Fine Arts Singapore is holding a solo exhibition of works by Chen Wei (born 1980, China) titled Fresh Dewdrop. Based in Beijing, Chen is widely known for his photographic works, which focus on tagging images by assembling handmade miniature models. Fresh Dewdrop features three sculptural works inspired by LED signboards on the streets. Chen utilises different motifs found from his observation of urban landscapes in China and recreates the beauty within them.

Date: Now to Feb 24
Time: Tuesday to Saturday: 11am to 7pm; Sunday: 11am to 6pm. Closed on Mondays and public holidays.
Admission: Free
Venue: 7 Lock Road, #02-13 Gillman Barracks

Disini Festival
Disini borrows its name from the Malay adverb “di sini”, meaning “over here”, and celebrates Gillman Barracks’ rich heritage as a former military barracks as well as its current role as Asia’s leading contemporary arts cluster. Disini is the very first large-scale and ground-up visual arts festival, comprising a series of public programmes, outdoor artworks and exhibitions by home-grown, regional and international artists. Spanning nine months, from January to September, the festival will be divided into five main parts that include outdoor artworks, an iconic architectural pavilion, as well as various public programmes, exhibitions and curator-led showcases. For details, log on to

Date: Jan 26 to Sept 30
Admission: Free
Venue: Various locations around Gillman Barracks

Visit exhibition by Japan’s teamLab
Ikkan Art Gallery presents its fourth solo exhibition of the Japanese collective, teamLab, with a nine-channel vertical tableau that illustrates the passing of time with the budding and blossoming of flowers until their withering ends, with different flowers blooming over the course of a year. Titled Continuous Life and Death at the Now of Eternity, the work is synchronised with the actual sunrise and sunset timings of its location, the scene growing bright as the sun rises before darkness sets in over the sunset. Rendered in real time by a computer program, the image on view never repeats itself.

Date: Jan 22 to Feb 10
Admission: Free
Venue: 39 Keppel Road
#01-05 Tanjong- Pagar Distripark