Singapore Film Festival 2016
|The Singapore Film Festival opened in Malaysia with the premiere of 7 Letters|
The Singapore Film Festival is held in Kuala Lumpur for the first time in 2016, featuring 10 films by acclaimed filmmakers from the city of lion. The festival opened with the Malaysian premiere of 7 Letters, an emotive omnibus of short films by 7 directors which captures the heartfelt connection between Singaporeans and Malaysia. It celebrates the country's 50 years of independence, as well as the memories, joys, and woes that its people have shared and experienced in Malaysia.
Other landmark Singaporean films include 12 Storeys (1997) by Eric Khoo, musical film Sayang Disayang (2014) by Sanif Olek, and Ilo Ilo (2013) by Anthony Chen which won the Cannes Camera d'Or and the Golden Horse Best Picture awards.
|Screenshots from the movie 7 Letters|
About Titian BudayaThe 3-month long Titian Budaya cultural festival commemorates 50 years of friendship between Singapore and Malaysia. Represented by the Singapore's Ministry of Culture, Community and Youth (MCCY) and supported by the Malaysia's Ministry of Tourism and Culture (MOTAC), it showcases creative talents from both countries, as well as to provide opportunities for Malaysians to appreciate the shared heritage between them.
All tickets are at RM8 and can be purchased at www.gsc.com.my or at any GSC box office
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