ABOUT THE 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. 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.
Over 100 films from 44 countries, take a deep dive into our programme and check out what the 29th SGIFF has to offer.
2018 SGIFF Programme Guide
ATTEND OFFSCREEN EVENTS
Beyond film screenings, the Festival offers a range of events delivered by guest filmmakers, actors and industry experts. Immerse yourself in masterclasses, in-conversation sessions, talks and panel discussions.
Attending the Festival? Find out how to purchase your tickets for onscreen and offscreen events, and the promotional packages we offer to Festival-goers.
SGIFF Celebrates Philippine Cinema
As part of Singapore Media Festival’s Country of Focus initiative, the 2018 Singapore International Film Festival turns its spotlight onto the Philippines.
FILMS IN COMPETITION
A LAND IMAGINED
An insomniac police inspector tries to unravel the mysterious disappearance of a Chinese construction worker at a land reclamation site.
CALL FOR ENTRY 2018
All film entries must be submitted no later than Monday, 20 August 2018, 6:00pm (GMT +8).
All Youth Jury & Critics Programme entries must be submitted no later than Saturday, 1 September 2018, 6:00pm (GMT +8).
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