Film production in Singapore was founded after Singapore had gained Independence in 1965. During 70s and 80s there were a few Singapore movies: They Call Her... Cleopatra Wong (1978), Saint Jack (1979). Recently in 1990s Eric Khoo filmed two Singapore films which were truly Singaporean: Medium Rare (1991), 12 Storeys (1997). But the year of breakthrough for Singapore's films was 1998 when Money Not Enough was screened. One of the main figures in Singapore's cinema is Jack Neo, he was born in Singapore. The list of the movies he filmed is large enough. I Not Stupid (2002), Homerun (2003), The Best Bet (2004), Zhao Wei Films(2010). His social drama My Magic (2008) was even nominated in Cannes Film Festival. Since 2005 to nowadays a number of good Singapore movies which were critically acclaimed increases each year. The young Singapore movie maker Boo Junfeng filmed his first feature Sandcastle in 2010. This film was premiered to rave reviews at Cannes Film Festival's International Critic's Week and was listed by Wall Street Journal as the most notable Asian film in 2010.