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By Bharti Lalwani
Poised to open in 2013, The National Art Gallery, Singapore (TNAGS) aims to provide a regional and cultural framework with a strong Southeast Asian focus.
By Jerneja Rebernak
The following article is a review of the conference organised by the Network for the Promotion of Asian Cinema (Netpac), held in Delhi from the 18-22 August 2010. In addition ...
By Florentina Bratfanof
Festivals in Asia run on very different models, as the state and sophistication of arts development and support in various parts of Asia are highly disparate.
By Valentina Riccardi
The Central European University, Budapest, held a seminar to give cultural journalists an overview of the major trends in cultural policy-making in Europe.
By Sasiwimon Wongjarin
The Regional Dance Summit that took place in Jakarta last August 2009, was organised by Goethe-Institut Jakarta, Indonesia.
By Kerrine Goh
Celluloid film has always been regarded as a credible recording medium and art form. Intrinsically organic and chemical, imagery on film is created from a chemical reaction of colour emulsion ...
SEA-Images Catches Up With Singaporean Director/Producer Tania Sng to Share Her Experience at the Creteil International Women Film Festival. Q: Hi Tania. It looks like the trip was really eventful ...
As a filmmaker, and as an artist, rejection comes as a price in our pursuit of creative enlightenment, and fame and fortune. Though no filmmaker wants to admit it, rejection ...
The closing highlight of the recent 4 th Asian Film Symposium, held 14-18 September 2004, was the Singapore-Malaysia Film Exchange Project.
Producer Holman Chin takes us behind the scenes of the brand new Singapore digital feature, Tequila
Those interested in the history of Singapore film have surely come across one of the few books written on the topic. Jan Uhde and Yvonne Ng Uhde committed themselves to ...
Wahyuni A. Hadi chats to Rennie Gomez, Managing Director of Yellow Box Studios, a sound studio that has had its hand in many Singapore and regional films.
At the recent Singapore International Film Festival, Mardhiah Osman caught three films that dealt with representation of the female gender.
by Juan Foo, an independent producer
A film that makes other Singaporean filmmakers proud that there is this one film that is not only “cool” but just a really good film
Reflections of the underside of Singapore's streets by Djinn, the director/writer of local feature film "PERTH" starring Lim Kay Tong and Liu Qiulian.