“One boy, one boat, one tiger”

We are so excited that the film adaption of Yann Martel's beautiful novel 'Life of Pi' is reaching cinemas on 21st December! The story follows a zoo keeper's son who finds himself shipwrecked and stranded in the heart of the wild Pacific. However, this isn't your usual castaway story as young Pi is marooned on a small lifeboat with a large Bengal Tiger.

This epic film explores Pi’s fight for survival and his spiritual adventure with profound themes of faith, art and life... and what it means to be alive.

I watched the trailer in awe as Lee’s dazzling imagination is translated onto the big screen through breathtaking special effects and luscious scenery.


The film is on the road to success already and been selected as the opening night film at the New York Film Festival next month. Taiwanese director Ang Lee has previously launched the festival in '97 with 'The Ice Storm' and also closed the festival in 2000 with the Oscar-winning classic 'Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon'.
 I’ve always been a lover of fantasy films, and I think this is going to be sensational. Watch the trailer H