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The Wild Pear Tree
Heavy Middle Eastern dramas will take over GV’s screens for 7 days next week
What to watch if you want award-winning tearjerkers
#SGWatch4U: Vox Lux, the year-end’s glittery antithesis to A Star Is Born
Behold, an uncomfortable shit on the music industry
Sappudu, Makan, Chifan
Meet the local filmmaker who is keeping heritage food alive through film
Take 5 minutes off and watch this local short
How to Be Single
New Year’s Eve films for people who hate New Year’s Eve
Welcome the New Year your way
Border
#SGWatch4U: Swedish fantasy film Border is easily one of the best films of the year
The Scandinavians have done it again
The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina. Photo credit: Netflix
Festive films and TV shows to watch over Christmas
Some old, some new; all great for getting into the holiday mood
Tashi
Meet the Singaporean filmmaker who makes films for fun but wins awards at festivals anyway
Step one: Cast friends with no acting experience
Cannonball
5 underrated films to watch when SGIFF returns tomorrow
Wins all around for Southeast Asia
EagleWings Cinematics
A new cinema is opening at King Albert Park in December
Nope, Mickey D’s ain't coming back
The Young Ones. Photo credit: Taiwan Cinema Toolkit
Catch Asian romance films from the ‘60s and ‘70s at Tampines Regional Library this weekend
Including the first local Mandarin film about ‘70s Singapore
Sandi Tan. Photo credit: Netflix
Original hipster Sandi Tan on why her lost movie Shirkers was “both a gift and a curse”
The award-winning documentary almost never saw the light of day
Dans La Brume
The French Film Festival is back, this time with free screenings at Our Tampines Hub
Be prepared to laugh, cry or scream from the edge of your seats
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