Singapore's most successful film director is to direct a two-part comedy drama that chronicles the city-state's development since independence.
The fund will be one of the first non-Reminbi dominated funds to invest in China's media sector
Singapore may be becoming the de facto center of TV co-production in Southeast Asia. That is a reflection of the way many of the major U.S. entertainment conglomerates have set up in, or moved their…
Entrepreneur Melvyn Ang eyes Asian expansion following share listing
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.
Veteran stage actor Lim Kay Tong has been cast in the upcoming "1965" in the key role of Lee Kuan Yew, Singapore's first prime minister.
Malay-language film "Sayang Disayang" has been selected by Singapore as its contender for foreign-language Academy Awards contention.
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…