Singapore has become the global destination for film festivals, and now that film festivals have been revived in recent years, the country’s film industry has a renewed sense of pride.
In 2017, the Singapore International Film Festival was launched to celebrate Singapore’s film, TV and television-themed industries.
This year, the festival has expanded to include more than 60 films and documentaries that focus on film, television, and digital arts.
The Singapore Film Awards 2017 will be held on March 12 and 13.
Tickets to the festival go on sale on March 21.
The festival is being supported by the Singapore Government, the National Film and Television Commission, and the Singapore Arts Council.
It also hosts a number of public screenings and events, including a special screening on March 16 at the Singapore Convention Center.
There is no admission fee, and tickets cost SGD2,500 ($1,859).
The 2017 Singapore International Festival is part of a series of initiatives by the government to help promote the countrys film and television industries.
The government has also made significant investments in the film and TV industry.
This includes the establishment of the Film and TV Festival of Singapore in 2012, and expanding the festival into an event in 2019.
Last year, Singapore recorded its highest ever domestic box office, bringing in a record $8.1 billion (S$1.6 billion).
The government has been making investments in entertainment and entertainment-related sectors to make the country more attractive to film, film, and TV producers.