The Singapore International Film Festival is the longest-running and one of the most popular film festivals in Singapore. Started in the late 1980s, the festival shines a light on international films and provides a platform for the best films from Singapore and Southeast Asia.
The festival was created to give Singapore audiences an opportunity to watch independent and non-commercial films, but now the festival is recognized worldwide by film critics.
The Singapore International Film Festival (SGIFF) is committed to showcasing homegrown filmmaking talents. SGIFF is also committed to giving thousands of film lovers around the region direct access to the world’s most brilliant films.
The festival aims to reach out to over 100,000 participants over an 11-day period, during which audiences will enjoy a wide range of activities including film screenings, master classes, Q&A sessions/discussions and awards ceremonies.
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