Singapore International Film Festival grants for Southeast Asian projects
Singapore International Film Festival (SGIFF) offers two film grants for Southeast Asian film projects. These grants are dedicated to supporting filmmakers with compelling stories to tell across both fiction and non-fiction genres.
The Tan Ean Kiam Foundation-SGIFF Southeast Asian Documentary (SEA-DOC) Grant
The Tan Ean Kiam Foundation-SGIFF Southeast Asian Documentary (SEA-DOC) Grant supports the production and post-production of documentaries in Southeast Asia which tell engaging, urgent stories.
The grant supports 4 production projects annually with production projects each receiving 30,000 SGD in cash, and post-production projects receiving 20,000 SGD in cash.
The SGIFF Southeast Asian-Short Film (SEA-SHORTS) Grant
The SGIFF Southeast Asian-Short Film (SEA-SHORTS) Grant aims to be a launchpad for the brightest upcoming names in filmmaking from the region.
In 2024, the grant support will be awarded to three short films (no longer than 30 minutes), each with a cash amount of 5,000 SGD and post-production support worth 5,000 SGD. All genres including drama, animation, documentary and experimental films are accepted.
Deadline: 5 February 2024