Cockeye Film Zine


Cockeye Film Zine is a fun and irreverent/irrelevant take on cinema in Southeast Asia and Singapore, playing on editorial forms of print content including:

  • an Aunt Agony column by an art curator

  • a film review in stickman comic form

  • pointless rewards/discounts e.g a free nasal spray

  • a fiction story by an experimental director

  • a crossword puzzle by a film programmer

  • weight loss tips from directors, distributors, programmers etc.

  • a fairly serious profile of a recognisable cleaning staff at an independent cinema

About Vicki Yang

Yang Vicki 楊彥絢 has been trying to contribute in meaningful ways to cinema in the last decade, on the page but also on and off screen and to films including Demons (2018), A Land Imagined (2018), Snakeskin (2014) and The Obs: A Singapore Story (2014). Vicki has written for National Museum’s Cinematheque Quarterly, Singapore International Film Festival, Asian Film Archive, and Temasek Holdings. She is the co-founder of socio-cultural online magazine POSKOD.SG and the mastermind behind COCKEYE – the silliest zine on cinema in the country. Her writings and comics can be found at, and updates at

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BY Vicki Yang
YEAR Oct 2018 (3rd print run)
DETAILS Softcover
14 cm × 19.5 cmLimited edition of 128 copies in circulation

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