Now open for booking!
Your job sucks? Early mid-life crisis? Heart stolen or broken? Endure no further.
Armenian Clinic is a free weekend clinic for all ages that prescribes films as alternative medicine for the soul. Ten Singaporean filmmakers are your shrinks-in-residence to treat your various crises.
Each filmmaker will prescribe a healing film during an individual and personalised consultation. The clinic also features an in-house dispensary with state-of-the art therapy stations so you can watch your prescribed film right away.
Cinema is the best medicine! Book your consultation with a filmmaker today and get on the road to recovery.
Click on the images to learn more about the filmmaker-therapists
F01 – Affected by sleep disorders, gout or IBS?
5 NOVEMBER, SaturDAY • 12PM—8:30PM
Treated by He Shuming. Dr. He specialises in general internal cinematic medicine, which includes outpatient and inpatient management of a diverse variety of diagnosis in a diverse population of patients.
F02 – Not seeing things too clearly?
6 NOVEMBER, Sunday • 12PM—8:30PM
Treated by Nelson Yeo. Dr. Yeo's primary field of research is in aiding those who don't see very well to see things they have neglected.
F03 – Plagued by persistent cynicism?
12 NOVEMBER, SATURDAY • 12PM—8:30PM
Treated by Nicole Woodford. Dr. Woodford is a sincere and nurturing psychoanalyst who has a great interest in working with patients who have found themselves growing increasingly cynical or confused by life's great distractions.
F04 – Having an emotional emergency?
13 NOVEMBER, Sunday • 12PM—8:30PM
Treated by Kirsten Tan. Dr. Tan is an empathetic, courteous and trustworthy doctor who possesses a proven ability to diagnose conditions and devise programs that can increase a client’s desire to live with renewed aplomb and confidence.
F05 – Feeling heart-sick?
19 NOVEMBER, SATURDAY • 12PM—8:30PM
Treated by Tan Bee Thiam. Dr. Tan is a kind listener who keeps secrets well. He specialises in matters of the heart, memory therapy and motivated forgetting.
F06 – Have a declining quality of life?
20 NOVEMBER, SunDAY • 12PM—8:30PM
Treated by Jow Zhi Wei. Dr. Jow is a dedicated, passionate doctor who engages patients in their decision-making process in a non-judgmental, respectful and empathetic manner.
F07 – Want a listening ear?
26 NOVEMBER, SATURDAY • 12PM—8:30PM
Treated by Sherman Ong Dr. Ong is a storyteller, a listener and an imperfect human, but promises to try to be as perfect as it is humanly possible when he attends to you.
F08 – Suffering from persistent ennui?
27 NOVEMBER, SUNDAY • 12PM—8:30PM
Treated by K Rajagopal. Dr. Rajagopal believes that a prescription of film can draw you close and enrapture you; the treatment lingers, intensely, sensually; the film transports and transforms – if you let it take over, it will show you the world.
F09 – Feel like a character in search of a text?
CONSULTATION HOURS: Thursdays & Fridays, 6pm-9pm
Treated by Jeremy Chua. Dr. Chua is adept at deducing cinema-algorithmic logic onto the real world, applying a pool of cinematic knowledge to reality. As a doctor and resident pharmacist at the Armenian Clinic, he promises to do no harm.
F10 – At a loss to express your symptoms?
Pharmacist HOURS: THURSDAYS & FRIDAYS, 6PM-9PM
Treated by Elysa Wendi. Dr. Wendi is a versatile, observant and positively eccentric pharmacist. She is attentive to patients' needs and considerably creative in her facilitations and assistance.
F11 – Want to get to the root of the problem?
CONSULTATION HOURS: THURSDAYS & FRIDAYS, 6PM-9PM
Treated by Lei Yuan Bin. Dr. Lei is an extremely quiet and patient listener who can even communicate non-verbally via telepathy. He is also a heart specialist and believes that the root of all illnesses is from deep within our hearts.