An honest, heartfelt documentary about Singapore’s underground music scene opens a rare window into a slice of Singapore that has largely eluded the public eye. Comprising interviews, archival footage and animation, Scene UnSeen captures the pleasures and pains of Singapore’s underground music scene, as shared by icons from the punk, hardcore, metal and alternative genres. The diverse set of bands, artists, gig organisers and fans featured in the film also candidly delves into issues of discrimination, disenfranchisement and the disillusionment posed by making art in a hypercapitalist and highly surveilled city. Lovingly stitched together by the filmmakers, this honest, heartfelt documentary proudly wears the DIY ethos celebrated by the community. SGIFF is proud to present a special feature of Scene UnSeen. For one night only on 28 November, watch the film followed by special performances by pioneering rock band The Oddfellows, as well as Singapore’s first all-female hardcore band, Obstacle Upsurge. There will also be Q&As about the film and the music.