Year: 2018


Singapore, 4 October 2018 – Singapore International Film Festival (SGIFF) continues its effort to nurture and champion talent in filmmaking in Asia at the 29th SGIFF here, with the introduction of a new series – Moonlight Cinema. A first this year, SGIFF partners with Gardens by the Bay to host two free outdoor screenings as part of the celebration of storytelling through cinema.

Singapore, 15 October 2018 – The 29th Singapore Film Festival (SGIFF) continues its commitment in paving the way to provide opportunities and nurture the growth of up-and coming regional talents in filmmaking through the Asian Feature Film Competition and Southeast Asian Short Film Competition of the Silver Screen Awards.

Singapore, 17 October 2018 – Told in three vignettes, Cities Of Last Things, by Taiwan based Malaysian director Ho Wi Ding, is set to open the 29th Singapore International Film Festival (SGIFF) on 28 November 2018, at Capitol Theatre.

Singapore, 23 October 2018 – Singapore International Film Festival (SGIFF) continues to cement its position as the film platform in Southeast Asia to showcase quality independent cinema and engage with regional filmmakers at the 29th SGIFF, with the announcement of its full Festival line-up at the National Museum of Singapore, today. This year’s Festival promises to be yet another exciting event as SGIFF continues to celebrate Asian storytellers, nurture new generation of filmmakers, and propel their works to an international audience.

Singapore, 2 December 2018 – The 29th Singapore International Film Festival (SGIFF) today showcased the Southeast Asian premiere of Dear Ex, at the Capitol Theatre. Directors Mag Hsu and Hsu Chih-yen, whose debut feature is one of the two Special Presentation Films at the 29th SGIFF, led cast members, winner of the 55th Golden Horse Awards for Best Leading Actress, Hsieh Ying-Xuan, Spark Chen, and Joseph Huang on the red carpet.

Singapore, 8 December 2018 – The 29th Singapore International Film Festival (SGIFF) hosted an evening of celebration in honour of Asia’s best in film at the Silver Screen Awards at the historic Capitol Theatre this evening.

Singapore, 13 December 2018 – The 29th Singapore International Film Festival (SGIFF) successfully wraps up 12 days of immersive festivities, bringing together some of the region’s most talented filmmakers and diverse audiences across 29 sold-out screenings and off-screen programmes, including Masterclasses and In Conversation sessions.