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Not all great films are commercially released in cinemas. It's an unfortunate reality. That's where organisations such as the Singapore Film Society comes in.  And boy does SFS have a treat for us this June and July, with exclusive screenings of some of ...
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Fans of Asian cinema will have something to look forward to starting this month. The Singapore Film Society and Filmgarde Cineplexes have launched a new monthly film programme called the Contemporary Asian Cinema series (CAC). With the increasing presence of Asian cinema on ...
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The annual Japanese Film Festival (JFF) is back! Co-organised by the Singapore Film Society, Japan Creative Centre, Embassy of Japan in Singapore, and The Japan Foundation, the festival will be held from 18 January to 10 February 2019. JFF will open with the hotly anticipated ...
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Singapore Film Society (SFS) is celebrating its 60th Anniversary this year and it will kick off this milestone with two major revamps. There will be a more ambitious and regular screening programme, starting with a special preview of the 2017 Palme d’Or ...
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Great news for Singapore cinema! Local director Yeo Siew Hua's sophomore feature film, A Land Imagined, will compete at Locarno Film Festival this year. Previously, Yeo directed the experimental anti-drama film In The House of Straws, which premiered at Bangkok International Film Festival ...
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The Singapore Film Society has organised what is probably the first retrospective of rising Indonesian filmmaker Mouly Surya. Details here: https://www.singaporefilmsociety.com/event/moulysurya/ Mouly Surya is unarguably the hottest director in Indonesia right now. Her latest and third film, Marlina the Murderer in Four ...
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In 1992, when American-based Singaporean filmmaker and novelist Sandi Tan was 18 years old, she and her two good friends, 'Eating Air' co-director Jasmine Ng and Professor of Film Sophie Siddique, shot an indie low-budget guerilla-style noir starring Tan as the teenage assassin S, called 'Shirkers'. Made 3 years ...
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The annual Singapore International Film Festival, widely known as SGIFF, is back for its 27th run this year.  Apart from the talked-about ‘Singapore Panorama’ section where four Singapore feature films are screened, a ‘Singapore Panorama Shorts’ comprising of four local short films ...
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'Gado Gado'As part of the Singapapour en France - le Festival, the largest overseas showcase of Singapore’s contemporary arts and culture, 50 local films including films from the 1950s will be showcased to the French audience this June. Commemorating Singapore’s 50th ...
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It was way before the Golden Horse Awards that superstar Andy Lau had eyes set on our local film industry. During his trip to Singapore to promote his latest film Firestorm, Lau mentioned that he is interested to work with Singapore ...

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