SGIFF 2020 Call For Entry
Submissions are now closed. The festival returns from 26 November – 6 December 2020.
Singapore International Film Festival appoints Executive Director in Key Structural Change
The Singapore International Film Festival (SGIFF) has appointed experienced arts manager Emily Hoe to the role of Executive Director to lead the festival.
SGIFF Announces Recipients Of Film Grants
SGIFF will not be able to continue its mission without its generous supporters.
Every contribution, no matter the amount, makes a difference in helping us become a platform for both established and aspiring filmmakers to showcase their films to an engaged audience.
Seeking volunteers who share our love for independent films and passion in fostering a vibrant film community.
Film Immersion Programme continues to nurture media literacy and appreciation of the film medium and the creative process among our youths in Upper-Secondary, Post-Secondary, and Tertiary Institutions.
Youth Jury & Critics Programme: Stories
By Yap Cai Ni
Food, for many, is synonymous with the celebration of life and of living. Sweet, Salty, and Diary of Cattle both exemplify the opposite.
By Clement Yue
Everyone has heard of the butterfly effect. When a butterfly in Chicago flaps its wings, a tornado is formed in Tokyo. Whatever small actions we make, they leave a lasting impact on ourselves and the people around us.
By Lee Sze Wei
Representations of reality on film can be seemingly realistic, or highly artificial and subjective, provoking differing levels of audience engagement with the images on-screen from the reductive to the metaphysical.