4:30

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Directed byRoyston Tan
Written byRoyston Tan
Liam Yeo
Produced byEric Khoo
Jacqueline Khoo
Starring Xiao Li Yuan
Kim Young-jun
CinematographyLeong Ching Lim
Edited byLow Hwee Ling
Music byHualampong Riddim
Vichaya Vatanasapt
Distributed by Peccadillo Pictures (UK)
Release dates
  • December 2005 (2005-12)(NHK Asian Film Festival) [1]
  • 29 June 2006 (2006-06-29)(Singapore)
CountrySingapore
LanguagesKorean
Mandarin
English
BudgetS$400,000

4:30 is a 2005 Singaporean film directed by filmmaker Royston Tan and starring Xiao Li Yuan and Kim Young-jun. It is Tan's second feature after 15: the Movie . The film is made on a budget of S$400,000. [2] It was released in Singaporean Cinemas on 29 June 2006. [3]

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Film Festivals

AwardDate of ceremonyCategoryRecipients and nomineesResult
NHK Asian Film Festival [4] 17 December 2005Asian Film Festival4:30Participant

2006 IFF Bratislava

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References

  1. "Celluloid Dreams picks up Royston Tan's 4:30". Screen. Retrieved 2 July 2020.
  2. http://www.moviexclusive.com/article/0430/430conference.htm
  3. soft.com vBulletin Solutions, Inc.
  4. NHK Film Festival Homepage Japan Broadcasting Co.