Royston Tan
13 min

Barbican Centre

22 May



A hilarious masterpiece by Singaporean director Royston Tan, follow Mrs Censor’s struggle to catch her breath as an obsessive fanboy (and his posse) pester her about the art of editing. Hailed as a film lover with impeccable taste and brilliant editing skills, she is worshipped for her self-sacrifice and selflessness in protecting the citizens of Singapore from immoral and polluting ideas in film. A hysterical piece of satire dancing hand in hand with some of the world’s greatest musicals, let us all be thankful for Mrs Censor – “censorship sets you free; censorship is for you and me.”

Royston Tan

Royston Tan is one of Singapore’s most prolific film directors. Following his landmark debut feature 15 (2003), Tan has found continued success with 4:30 (2006), 881 (2007), 12 Lotus (2008) and 3688 (2015). His short and feature films have garnered him over 80 awards from film festivals around the world.