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     - New film rating system offers more choices 

       -  Arts Programmes at Alliance Française - Lien

      - Watch good movies; join the Singapore Film Society

      - Shaw opens Bugis Junction & Beach Road branches

     Movie Ticket Prices

     List of Cinemas

     Film Festivals

     Websites

     fpd.gov.sg  A new website launched on 12 Jan 2002 by the Films and Publications Department (FPD) with the aim of providing a user-friendly resource for movie-goers in Singapore. FPD monitors films and publications in Singapore.

 

     

fpd.gov.sg  A new website launched on 12 Jan 2002 by the Films and Publications Department (FPD) with the aim of providing a user-friendly resource for movie-goers in Singapore. FPD monitors films and publications in Singapore.

sg.StarEastNet is the place to go for round-the-clock entertainment reports that keep you on your toes. It's a lifestyle e-mag that offers the latest on entertainment news, celebrities, interviews, fashion, music and more.

Smxasia.com is the website of Stars & Movies Exchange of Asia. Buy and Sell your favourite Stars and Movies with FREE money. Use your profit to buy things in their shop. Learn, have fun & be rewarded.

Topical-Movie.per.sg  Latest movies coming to Singapore - previews, synopses, trailers, clips, links and more.

 

     NEWS SNIPPETS

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     2004

     - New film rating system offers more choices 

 
The controversial R(A)-rated French film Irreversible is showing in cinemas here without cuts because the Film Appeals Committee kept the rating but passed the film intact. Committee chairman Pang Cheng Lian said it was a difficult decision to make. (Straits Times 17 Feb 2004) (17 Feb 2004)

     2003

French movies at the Alliance Française

December 2003 - January 2004

 

 

20th British Film Festival 2003

presented by British Council and Singapore Film Society

1 - 6 Aug 2003

 

 

French movies at the Alliance Française

July 2003 - January 2004

 

Cinema Laid Bare

A workshop series on film appreciation conducted by Felix Cheong

Singapore Art Museum

14, 21, 28 Jun 2003

 

TOSCA

at Alliance Française

22 May 2003  9pm

 

 

Movies At Library@esplanade

Want to get that dizzy, light-headed, lovey-dovey  feeling ? Now there’s no need to go to a ladies night and get a hangover.

Just borrow 4 items at library@esplanade between 17th March - 27th March, and enter our Punch Drunk Love quiz. You could win a pair of tickets to Paul Thomas Anderson’s newest film and
rediscover what true love is all about. Bring your borrowing receipt to the customer service counter to enter.

Punch Drunk Love tied for the Best Director Award at Cannes  in 2002.  Adam Sandler, as you've never seem him before, stars as Barry Egan, a small-business owner with 7 sisters whose abuse has kept him isolated and unable to love, until
a harmonium and a truly lovely woman (Emily Watson) enter his life and his romantic journey begins. The film also stars Philip Seymour Hoffman and Luis Guzman.
PS: Even if you aren't entering the contest, please see this film, it is truly beautiful, different and uplifting.

For more information, call (65) 6332 3255 or click HERE!

 

Film Fete 2003

Organised by The Centre for the Arts, NUS

10 - 15 Feb 2003

     2002

          - Singapore Shorts Film Festival 2002

          - Short Shorts Film Festival 2002 at The Substation:  2 - 4 July 2002

          - Month of Photography - Video & short films screening at The Substation  Screening dates: 18 & 19 June 2002

 

 

  From Friday, movie-goers will be able to book tickets for shows at Eng Wah cinemas using short-message service (SMS) on their mobile phones. They will receive a confirmation message in 20 seconds. Eng Wah's latest move is a first among the four cinema chains here. (Straits Times 6 Mar 2002) (H6)

  Shaw opens Bugis Junction & Beach Road branches.

  United Artists' cinemas here will stay open despite the company filing for bankruptcy protection in the United States. This is because United Artists Singapore Theatres, which operates the cinemas, is only 10% owned by the United Artists Theatre chain. The rest of it is held by London media and e-commerce company Pacific Media. (Straits Times 8 Sep 2000)