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  1. Iswaran

    Boosting the business of storytelling

    New initiatives announced at the Singapore Media Festival are helping local content creators reach a wider audience
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    Telling Asian stories to global audiences

    The Singapore Media Festival 2018 features a star-studded slate of international creatives like Nas Daily and Sammi Cheng
  3. Singapore International Film Festival Eerie Mikhail Red World Premiere CNA Lifestyle Experience 1

    2018 Singapore International Film Festival: Highlights and how to get invited

    There's something for everyone, from the launch of a new film fund to a line-up of Singapore and regional offerings, to an exclusive CNA Lifestyle ...
  4. Singapore Media Festival

    Singapore Media Festival looking to boost Asia's creativity industry

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    What to expect at Singapore International Film Festival 2017

    Director Shekhar Kapur, Vivian Qu and actors Josh Hartnett and Irrfan Khan are amongst the notable names attending the 28th edition of the film ...
  6. Jack Neo I Not Stupid was the 2002 social commentary on the tough Singapore education system

    Two iconic Singapore films, I Not Stupid and TalkingCock The Movie, celebrate their 15th anniversary

    Singapore International Film Festival 2017 is honouring the Singaporean social satires by directors Jack Neo, Colin Goh and Woo Yen Yen.
  7. (mm) Myanmar Art (Nyein Chan Su)

    How Myanmar’s art scene is reinventing itself

    From dealing with censors to coping with rising costs, how are Myanmar’s artists faring as the country opens up to the world? Channel NewsAsia’s ...
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    Nepali film takes top honours at SGIFF’s Silver Screen Awards 2016

    Singapore's Liao Jiekai won Best Southeast Asian Short Film Director for The Mist while Chiang Wei Liang received the Best Singapore Short Film ...
  9. The Road to Mandalay cast and crew

    Kai Ko on drug scandal: 'I can’t change anything about it ... I won’t look back and regret'

    The Road To Mandalay star tells Channel NewsAsia's Genevieve Loh about embracing method acting and the advice he would give his 15-year-old self.

    POP AYE first Singapore film to compete in Sundance Film Festival

    Singaporean filmmaker Kirsten Tan’s debut feature will be up for the World Cinema Grand Jury Prize, World Cinema Directing Award and the Audience ...