Year: 2021

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3 May 2021, Singapore  – The Singapore International Film Festival (SGIFF) returns for its 32nd edition from 25th November to 5th December 2021, with a call for entries for Feature Films from Asian and Short Films from Southeast Asian, as well as a call for applications for the Southeast Asian Film Lab and Youth Jury & Critics Programme. For the first time ever, SGIFF will have an open call for applications for its Southeast Asian Producers Network Programme this year. Since its inception in 2017, participants were invited to be part of the Southeast Asian Producers Network.

7 June 2021, Singapore – The Singapore International Film Festival (SGIFF) has appointed Singapore film programmer, Thong Kay Wee as its new Programme Director to lead the artistic elements of the Festival alongside Executive Director, Emily J. Hoe. Kay Wee takes over from Kuo Ming-Jung, to deliver the Festival’s film curation and programming strategy.

21 June 2021, Singapore – Singapore International Film Festival (SGIFF) announces its shortlist of eight documentaries and short films from Singapore, Thailand, the Philippines and Myanmar which will receive its SGIFF Film Fund this year.

28 July 2021, Singapore – Singapore International Film Festival (SGIFF) will host its fourth edition of Moonlight Cinema in partnership with Gardens by the Bay, over two days in August, where audiences can enjoy free film screenings that spotlight the whimsical and magical side of Singapore.

19 August 2021, Singapore – Singapore International Film Festival (SGIFF) is proud to announce its first-ever Fundraising Collaboration with local Risograph studio, Knuckles & Notch through a Limited Edition Risograph print, titled ‘Air Mata Kucing <3’.

SINGAPORE, 26 October 2021 — A champion of Southeast Asian independent cinema, the Singapore International Film Festival (SGIFF) returns for its 32nd edition in theatres-only from 25 November to 5 December 2021. This year’s Festival will present a diverse, inclusive range of over 100 films by filmmakers from all over the world.

25 August 2021, Singapore  – The Singapore International Film Festival is proud to announce a trio of well-respected industry experts who will mentor in its series of Film Academy developmental programmes with the festival. Part of SGIFF’s Call for Entry submissions include applications to these programmes. Beyond film screenings, the Film Academy programmes are part of the Festival’s ambition is to nurture film talent in Singapore and Southeast Asia.