Here are the best original movies, TV shows, shorts and documentaries to watch on Disney+ when it launches on 24 March.
Class conflict dark comedy Parasite, by South Korean director Bong Joon Ho, was the big winner of the night.
Golden Horse Award winner Anthony Chen’s artistry shines through in his sophomore film and in the painstaking way he develops characters.
Ng uses food as a way to frame and tell stories of people from all walks of life, from migrant workers, to home cooks, and even a food scientist.
"Stand By Me" bills itself as a refreshing take on the romantic comedy, but it hits many of the beats seen in other films in the genre.
The silver screen star didn't let the drizzle dampen her spirits at the European premiere of 'Judy'.
We are sitting in a room in The Arts House, an oasis of calm and coolness in comparison to the sweltering heat outside, and Yeo Siew Hua is explaining how it took him two years of spending time with migrant workers before he felt comfortable enough to feature them in his award-winning film, A Land Imagined. A Land Imagined (which is on Netflix, by the way) tells the story of a police investigator tasked with finding a missing migrant worker, and the film interweaves themes of human connection, alienation and migrant issues. It won international acclaim at film festivals, most notably clinching the Golden Leopard Grand Prize at the Locarno Film Festival in 2018.
SINGAPORE — 23 films and additional programmes have been added to the lineup for the 42nd Singapore International Festival of Arts this year.
Secret Cinema returns for its biggest event to date. Fans of Romeo + Juliet do not want to miss out on the party of the summer.
Golden Village (GV) has opened a new 576-seat multiplex cinema in the same spot where the iconic Princess Theatre once stood. GV Bedok’s opening in DjitSun Mall comes in response to the demand from residents there for a neighbourhood cineplex following the Princess Theatre’s closure 10 years ago. Movie tickets for GV Bedok can be purchased online on the GV website and through the iGV app.
2017 has been a vintage year at the cinema offering something for everyone. 2018 is shaping up to be just as exhilarating with new Star Wars, Marvel, and Mission: Impossible movies on the horizon, along with new pictures from some of the best filmmakers around including Steven Spielberg, Paul Thomas Anderson, and Steve McQueen.Here’s our look at the most exciting new movies to look forward to in 2018.Read moreThe most disappointing movies of 20172017’s best movies2017’s most underappreciated movies
From action blockbusters to classic Christmas films, this is your perfect guide to the best movies to watch this festive season.
Singapore-born filmmaker Sandi Tan will be heading to Utah, USA, in January 2018 for the world premiere of her long overdue documentary “Shirkers” at the Sundance Film Festival. The documentary is an indie road movie produced by and starring the then 18-year-old Tan in Singapore in 1992.
Cinema operator Golden Village crowned the winners of its inaugural “GV25 Film Shorts” competition at the new Golden Village cineplex at SingPost Centre on Monday (30 October) evening. “GV25 Film Shorts” is a new grant scheme for aspiring filmmakers to make short films in Singapore.
“Ajin: Demi-Human” is a Japanese science-fiction action thriller that’s based on the anime and manga franchise of the same name. The film sees the rise of the Ajin, superhumans who have special abilities and can come back to life after being killed.
Golden Village is opening a new multiplex at SingPost Centre in Paya Lebar on Friday (6 October) that boasts laser projectors for all its eight auditoriums, which promise better picture quality. It features a new category of premium halls, called Duo Deluxe, which is priced below its existing Gold Class tickets. The Duo Deluxe seats have smaller side tables and feature a different type of seats as compared to Gold Class tickets.
“Painting with Light” will screen works that feature the “transformative power of art”. National Gallery Singapore will launch its annual film festival at the Ngee Ann Kongsi Auditorium & Foyer in October, according to a press release on Wednesday (13 Sep). Titled “Painting with Light: International Festival of Films on Art”, the inaugural film festival runs from 7 to 29 Oct. It will screen works that feature the “transformative power of art, and the passion and humanity of those who live and work with it around the world’, all to encourage a deeper appreciation for the arts through films.
'Alien: River of Pain' tells the tragic tale of the residents of LV-426 before Ripley and the Colonial Marines arrived in James Cameron's sequel.
While eating a highly custom sandwich at the famed Katz’s Deli in New York City, Sally (Meg Ryan) fakes an orgasm to prove to her pal Harry that women are great actresses in the bedroom. When you’re not used to being the nanny, let alone a woman, it’s inevitable that there will be a mishap or two in the kitchen—and there’s nothing funnier than Robin Williams dressed as Mrs. Doubtfire setting his burgeoning bosoms on fire while cooking! An honorable mention from this amazing flick is when Williams plants his face into a whipped-cream pie in order to disguise himself. Is there anything more glamorous than Holly Golightly in her famous little black dress, sunglasses, and updo, enjoying a pastry and coffee while looking in the window of Tiffany’s on Fifth Avenue in the opening scene of the classic movie?
‘Casino Royale’ was released back in 2006, so we look back the crazy anti-Craig fan reaction that greeted the announcement he would take over from Pierce Brosnan as 007. The trolling began the moment Daniel Craig arrived by speedboat at the London press conference unveiling him as the new James Bond – wearing a life jacket. Immediately, so-called 007 fans started whinging that James would never be such a wuss, clearly confused that the ‘Layer Cake’ star was a 37-year-old actor from Chester and not a real secret agent.