Experiencing the Festival

The Singapore International Film Festival (SGIFF) warmly invites you to return to the cinemas for its 32nd edition from 25 November to 5 December 2021. The 32nd Edition presents a diverse, inclusive range of over 100 films by filmmakers from all over the world. These carefully selected films speak of memories, emotions, inspired conversations and discussions — that together celebrate the continuity of film and storytelling in the cinematic community.

Join us as we experience the lineup of films as they were intended to be seen: on the silver screen.

Due to prevailing guidelines and reduced seating capacity, tickets are more limited than usual. Please check our ticketing page for ticketing updates to verify if seats are still available for each screening. Remember to book your tickets early to avoid disappointment!

Festival Programmes

Vengeance Is Mine, All Others Pay Cash

Festival Opening

The Festival opens its 32nd edition with “Vengeance is Mine, All Others Pay Cash”, screened alongside this year’s SGIFF Commissioned Short, “Dreaming”

Anatomy of Time

Asian Feature Film Competition

The dynamism of the region is fully expressed through 10 new films by directors with each film’s distinct localism and diversity of style.

Wa’anak Witu Watu
Scene UnSeen

Singapore Panorama

Presenting the latest feature and short films that showcase talents in local filmmaking, with its finger on the pulse of the most exciting developments in Singapore cinema.



A showcase of films that celebrates a special significance such as an important event of a filmmaker’s career, national cinema or film history in general.



Featuring some of the cinematic highlights of the year, including award-winners, festival favourites and critically acclaimed new works from established auteurs.

Some Women


Platforms important attitudes of personal, social and political consequences through the cinematic medium and its accompanying discussions.

All Light, Everywhere


Uncovers and affirms imaginative treatments of the moving image within the practice of cinematic presentations.



Domain is a new thematic section focused on a sphere of activity and knowledge in cinema.