29th Singapore International Film Festival

29th Singapore International Film Festival

The Singapore International Film Festival (SGIFF) is the largest and longest-running film event in Singapore.

Founded in 1987 by Geoffrey Malone and L. Leland Whitney, the Festival focuses on showcasing international films and providing a global platform for the best of Singapore cinema. Over the decades, it has grown to become an iconic date in the Singapore arts calendar. With its focus on groundbreaking Asian cinema, this prestigious event is known for its dynamic programming and commitment to the development of a vibrant local film culture.

Always at the forefront of independent filmmaking, SGIFF continues to be a platform for both established and aspiring filmmakers to showcase their films to an audience of local and international film buffs.

28th November - 9th December @ Capitol Theatre, Filmgarde Bugis, National Gallery Singapore, National Museum of Singapore, The Cathay

Movies sorted by country - click on the photos to open all infos / trailer / ticketing-link


Austria


Australia


Belgium



Bulgaria


Cambodia


China







Chile


Czech Republic



Denmark




France












Germany






Hong Kong




Hungary


India


Indonesia


Iran


Italy


Japan





Kazakhstan


Lebanon



Luxembourg


Malaysia






Mexico



Netherlands


North Korea


Norway


Palestine


Philippines







Poland




Qatar



Romania


Singapore








Spain


Slovakia


Slovenia


South Korea

Sri Lanka


Sweden



Switzerland


Syria



United states






Taiwan









Thailand




United Kingdom




Vietnam



 


Posted in Countries, culture & traditions, Film Festival | Posted on December 2, 2018