Serangoon Road: a bridge for co-production and cultural learnings in the Asia-Pacific

Wong, Caroline (2014) Serangoon Road: a bridge for co-production and cultural learnings in the Asia-Pacific. Creative Transformations Asia, 1. pp. 12-14.

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Serangoon Road is an Australian-Singapore ten part TV series. A detective noir drama set in the sixties, Serangoon Road is set in a time when Singapore was breaking away from Malaysia and becoming an independent state. As well as the turbulence occurring in Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia at the time, the drama also references conflict in Vietnam with one of characters playing the role of a CIA agent.

Premiering in September 2013, Serangoon Road is a co-production between Australia's ABC TV, Great Western Entertainment in Western Australia, HBO Asia and Singapore's Infinite Frameworks together with the participation of the Media Development Authority of Singapore (MDA), ScreenWest and Australian Government’s Export Finance and Insurance Corporation (EFIC).

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Item Type: Article (Non-Refereed Research)
Keywords: co-production, film industry
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