|Film still dari Tukang Perahu Pulau Duyong|
Filem Hanyut (U-Wei Shaari) membuka festival yang masuk tahun ketiga penganjurannya di Singapura pada 22 Mac - 14 April 2013. Filem dokumentari Azharr Rudin - Tukang Perahu Pulau Duyong juga akan turut serta. Sebanyak 20 filem dari negara Asean menyertai antaranya Sang Penari, Diablo, Liberta, 36 dan lain-lain. Filem Indonesia tampil dengan judul yang unik seperti Vakansi Yang Janggal Dan Penyakit Lainnya, Mangga Molek Matang di Pohon (berkenaan transvestite), Postcard From The Zoo dan Rumah di Musim Hujan.
Berkenaan filem Tukang Perahu Pulau Duyong :
On Mermaid Island, Terengganu, several lives converge in their love and passion of the Malay traditional boatbuilding craft - a translator from France, a local historian, a former client from Germany, potential heirs of the craft, and the master boatbuilders. These interweaving oral histories take us on a soulful journey through this intimate community behind the little-known tradition of boatbuilding. The Boatbuilders of Mermaid Island was commissioned by FINAS (National Film Development Corporation of Malaysia),
and will have its world premiere at the Southeast Asian Film Festival 2013.Azharr Rudin’s short film about trust between strangers, Majidee (2005) won awards at film festivals in Hawaii, Tokyo and Singapore. His experimental six-set film The Amber Sexalogy premiered at the Singapore International Film Festival in 2006. His debut feature This Longing, an introspective look into the lives of residents of Johor Bahru
flats slated for demolition, premiered at the Busan International Film Festival in 2008. Imri Nasution has been working in the film industry for many years. He was the cinematographer for The Amber Sexalogy (2006) and Sepuluh Tahun Sebelum Merdeka (Ten Years Before Independence)  as well as The Boatbuilders from Mermaid Island, which is his first feature film as co-director