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Screening Room
11 places to catch indie films in Singapore
Bored of blockbusters? Head to these independent film houses instead. 
A Land Imagined
SGIFF this year will premiere Singaporean film A Land Imagined plus outdoor film screenings under the stars
The award-winning local film finally gets its Singapore premiere
Stations of the Cross
The next edition of Perspectives Film Festival wants to challenge institutions
From fascism to the unshakeable patriarchy
A Mother's Love (Indonesia)
Eric Khoo on the return of Asian horror and why the West isn’t quite representing it right
Plus the one local folk tale that used to terrify him
Sorry Angel. All photos: Golden Village
Come feel the love in October at the 10th Love & Pride Film Festival
A much needed reminder about the universality of love
Rehearsal
Film festival season is back and more exciting than ever
From Catholic cinema to female empowerment films, here's everything you need to watch
Ravenous
7 horror flicks on Netflix to suit every possible mood this Seventh Month
Welcome to the multi-faceted sub-genres of horror
Tampopo. All photos credit to: Asian Film Archive
What to watch when the Asian Restored Classics film festival returns tomorrow
From the OG ramen film, to Singapore and Malaysia's shared horror icon
Photo credit: Reuben Foong
Who is Fiona Cheng in Crazy Rich Asians? We talk to rising star Victoria Loke
Singapore’s own Jolie is more than just a pretty face
Shelter
Pack your tissues for this year's drama-filled Israel Film Festival
Less politics, but no less heavy
You Mean The World To Me
Expect horror, action and lots of drama on set at this year’s Malaysian Film Festival
One quick weekend presenting the best of Malaysian cinema 
Those Long-Haired Nights
The only 6 films to catch when IndigNation’s queer film festival returns this August
Revel in love and wokeness every day of this first week
Golden Village's Hong Kong Film Festival - Happiness (2016)
Catch some of the best films from Hong Kong this month
Representing Asia on the film front
Human Flow, Ai Weiwei
#SGWatch4U: Ai Wei Wei’s Human Flow is 2018’s most powerful look at today’s refugee crisis
“We will reach a country that will help us, and we will return the favor.”
Photo credit: Films at the Fort's Facebook Page
Tickets for the sixth edition of Films At The Fort is now on sale, and The Notebook is on the lineup
One venue, 10 films, millions of stars and the company of great friends; count us in
#SGWatch4U: From one dinosaur fan to another, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom is hard to love
The film does its fan service. Sadly not much else.
Sam Claflin and Shailene Woodley
#SGWatch4U: More than a love story, Adrift is the powerful tale of survival you need to watch this summer
One woman's true story remains uneclipsed by the combined star power of the film's two leads
La Pazza Gioia / Like Crazy
Our picks for this year’s Italian Film Festival
Everything from action and drama, to forbidden love and desire
Las Hijas de Abril / April's Daughter
5 films to watch at the returning Mexican Film Festival in June
Black comedy, triggering obsessions, OG burlesque dancers and more
#SGWatch4U: Fahrenheit 451, Michael B. Jordan’s shakily adapted, lukewarm sci-fi thriller
Many books were harmed in the making of this movie—for not much