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Media Development Authority
Singapore has slashed the number of books and magazines that are banned from being read or owned in the country. The Media Development Authority, which also regulates the film, TV and Internet…
A year ago, news that seven Singaporean directors were to collaborate on "7 Letters," an omnibus film celebrating a half century of independence for the island nation, was met with incredulity, and…
In 2011, the Media Development Authority of Singapore took a niche film festival, and reinvented it as ScreenSingapore, Southeast Asia's premier marketplace for filmed entertainment. Five years on…
Singapore's Films Appeal Committee has upheld a ban on the political documentary "To Singapore With Love"
Singapore has replaced Koh Lin-net as CEO of the Media Development Authority, the country's media regulator and funding body.
Tan Pin Pin, whose most recent film was banned in Singapore, is among seven directors making an omnibus movie marking the country's independence anniversary.
Singapore has banned the film "To Singapore With Love," by director Tan Pin Pin, from receiving any kind of screening in Singapore. The Media Development Authority said that it had classified the…
Socio-commentary website Breakfast Network has closed down rather than register under new regulations imposed on online news operations by Singapore's Media Development Authority.
The 25 year old Singapore International Film Festival is to be revived next year after a two year hiatus.
Singapore is hoping that its producers and distributors have home field advantage at the Asia Television Forum and ScreenSingapore conventions that run through this week.