French Cinema represented at SGIFF

The new edition of the Singapore International Film Festival will take place from November 28 until December 9, with over 100 films from 40 countries. Among them, 2 french films and 10 french coproductions are part of the programme, which we invite you to discover:

French films :

  • John McEnroe : in the realm of perfection by Julien Faraut : 1 Dec at 7PM at The Cathay
  • Non-Fiction by Olivier Assayas : 2 Dec at 11AM and 4 Dec at 9.30PM at FilmGarde Bugis+

French coproductions :

  • Cities of last things by Ho Wi Ding : Nov 28 at 8PM at Capitol Theatre
  • Ash is the purest white by Jia Zhangke : Nov 29 at 9.30PM at National Museum of Singapore
  • I do not care if we go down in history at barbarians by Radu Jude : Dec 1 at 9.30PM at The Cathay
  • Transit by Christian Petzold : Dec 4 at 7.00PM at FilmGarde Bugis+
  • Manta Ray by Phuttiphong Aroonpheng : Dec 4 at 7.PM at National Museum of Singapore
  • Long day’s journey into night by Bi Gan : Dec 5 at 7PM at FilmGarde Bugis +
  • Our time by Carlos Reygadas : Dec 6 at 7PM at FilmGarde Bugis +
  • The day I lost my shadow by Soudade Kaadan : Dec 6 at 4.30PM at National Museum of Singapore and Dec 8 at 2.00PM at The Cathay
  • Graves without a name by Rithy Panh : Dec 7 at 7PM at Natinal Museum of Singapore
  • A land imagined by Yeo Siew Hua : Dec 8 at 2PM at National Museum of Singapore

The image book by the famous French director Jean-Luc Godard, awarded with a “Special Palme d’Or” at Cannes International Film Festival 2018, will be screened on Nov 29 at 7PM at The Cathay.

More information here.