Singapore International Film Festival
How Singapore Is Shaping Asia’s Digital Future
Singapore's forward-thinking tech vision has put it on the front lines of the streaming wars.
Local Films the Focus as Singapore Film Festival Celebrates 30 Years
The 30th Singapore International Film Festival (SGIFF) kicks off on November 21 with more than 90 films across its program and a focus also on just how much impact the event has had on the city over the past three decades.
HBO Asia Inks Production Deal With Singapore’s Media Authority
For the next two years, HBO Asia will provide know-how behind 'Game of Thrones' through training programs, co-productions as well as shoot locally in the city-state.
South Korea’s CJ E&M Renews ‘Chef in Your Ear’ Cooking Show Format
Korea is the second Asian territory to remake the U.K. and Canadian show via Singapore-based distributor Bomanbridge.
‘Above the Clouds’: Berlin/EFM Review
Five years after his well-received debut, Filipino director Pepe Diokno returns with a family drama about a teenage boy and his estranged grandfather.
Singapore Media Festival Records $256.28 Million in Sales
The event's film and TV market attracted a record 4,836 attendees and 1,281 companies, reflecting broader growth in Asian entertainment
‘Siti’: Singapore Review
Shot in black and white, Indonesian director Eddie Cahyono offers a tale about a young woman selling snacks during the day and hosting clients in a karaoke bar at night
Singapore: Indian Drama ‘Court’ Wins Best Feature at Silver Screen Awards
First-timer Chaitanya Tamhane also won best director for the film
Singapore: Southeast Asian Film Industry Associations Consolidate
The Southeast Asian Audio-Visual Association also announced a deal with Australian crowd-funding service Pozible
Singapore: Cambodia’s Two Rivers Making Horror Movie About Selfies
The producers said the film will co-star former MTV VJ Richard Herrar and make gory fun of our "me, me, me" obsessed times
Singapore: Asian TV Awards Unveils 2014 Winners
The live awards show reached an audience of over 30 million households across Asia-Pacific
Singapore: Children’s Series ‘Ella Bella Bingo’ Sells to Multiple Territories
The popular Singaporean-Norwegian animated series has been licensed to Indonesia, Ireland, Turkey and Taiwan