Fundraising Collaboration

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Singapore International Film Festival is a non-profit that aims to champion the best in local and Southeast Asian filmmaking, providing them with an international stage to showcase their work.  

This collaboration aims to raise funds so that we may keep championing the films we love & to share the magic of storytelling.  

A collectible piece with the creative duo, @knucklesandnotch – It is a commemoration of the Singapore film industry with its amalgamation of iconic film characters and legends. Hurry now! Pre-orders are happening & limited prints are available. 

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Festival Announcements

Call For Entry 2021

The 32nd SGIFF kicks off its Call For Entry! Seeking out all film lovers, filmmakers, production & distribution houses, film and cultural institutions working on Asian and Southeast Asian cinema to participate in the festival.

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SGIFF 2021 Call for Entry

SGIFF’s 2021 Film Academy Talks are finally up on our Youtube page!

Catch the full recording of all three talks here.

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SGIFF Film Academy Talks

SGIFF Presents Moonlight Cinema 2021 at Gardens by the Bay

SGIFF will host its fourth edition of Moonlight Cinema in August, where audiences can enjoy free film screenings that spotlight the whimsical and magical side of Singapore.

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SGIFF 2021 Moonlight Cinema

Latest News

Stay updated with the latest happenings in the film community


SGIFF Chairperson Boo Junfeng and Programme Director Thong Kay Wee share what’s coming up at this year’s Festival in an interview with Daniel Martin on CNA938.

We find out what we can expect at this year’s festival and whether the pandemic has affected the format. As well as why there’s been a lack of local films in festivals recently.

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Congratulations to our alumni Lee Yve Vonn!

Lee Yve Vonn’s feature film project, Oasis of Now – directed by Chee Sum Chia and produced by Afternoon Pictures – received funding recommendation from the Berlinale World Cinema Fund of a total of € 40,000.

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#SGIFFchats with film director Trương Minh Quý

Trương Minh Quý was born in Buôn Ma Thuột, a small city in Vietnam. Quý lives and works in the vibrancy of memories and present moments, his narratives and images, lying between documentary and fiction, personal and impersonal, drawing on the landscape of his homeland, childhood memories, and the historical context of Vietnam.

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Tiong Bahru Social Club is showing at The Projector on National Day weekend!

Director Tan Bee Thiam’s offbeat satirical comedy takes a whimsical and soft sci-fi approach to poke fun at Singapore’s preoccupation with results-driven practicalities.

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