Watch Nightcrawler, dine at Imakatsu Singapore, and explore your artsy film side at Singapore International Film Festival

How to unwind after a way-too-long work week
Watch Nightcrawler, dine at Imakatsu Singapore, and explore your artsy film side

We have these many suggestions and you have two days. Ready, set, relax. 

Discover: Singapore International Film Festival

It might not be quite Cannes, but SGIFF is our very own celebration of film. With a focus on the great movies made in this region, it won’t be long before we discover our very own Wong Kar Wai. Want to be a part of it? Get your tickets here to get in on screenings, and watch trailers for the participating films on their YouTube channel.

Watch: Nightcrawler

Nope, not the Marvel Comics superhero, but even better than that. It might be a little difficult to recognise him but that’s a thinned down Jake Gyllenhaal. He plays Lou Bloom, a hapless young man who unwittingly finds himself in the middle of a situation way bigger than himself when he sets up his own freelance crime journalism gig.

Eat: Imakatsu Singapore

Watch Nightcrawler, dine at Imakatsu Singapore, and explore your artsy film side

As the first outlet outside of Japan, Imakatsu Singapore at Star Vista has big boots to fill. You can expect the same impeccable quality that they deliver back home - meats are never frozen, sauces are made from scratch and key ingredients like rice and even the eggs are imported from Japan. Try the Chicken Cutlet Zen (S$14.80) or the Pork Loin Cutlet Zen (S$16.80), your tastebuds will thank you for it. 

Listen: Nothing Has Changed by David Bowie

You can’t call yourself a true Bowie fan if you’re not planning to get this album. This upcoming album features his best-loved work and a new tune called Sue (Or In A Season Of Crime) if you’re after fresh Bowie. If not, there are always favourites like Ziggy Stardust and Liza Jane to keep your Bowie-o-meter full and satisfied.