List of Singapore International Film Festival awards

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The Singapore International Film Festival (SGIFF) is an annual film festival held every year in Singapore. Founded in 1987, the festival is one of the most significant film festivals in Asia. Besides the competition feature and short film screenings, film industry-related activities such as exhibitions, workshops and seminars are also part of the official SGIFF programme.

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The Silver Screen Awards Competition was introduced in 1991 to encourage advances in Asian film-making standards. Every year, a selection of Asian feature and short films take part in the competition. In 2014, the Southeast Asian Short Film category was introduced, replacing the Singapore Short Film category. The first Southeast Asian Film Lab was introduced in 2015. [1]

Past winners

The director's name and country of production are in parentheses.

1991 Silver Screen Awards

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1992 Silver Screen Awards

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1993 Silver Screen Awards

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1994 Silver Screen Awards

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1995 Silver Screen Awards

Singapore Short Film Category:

1996 Silver Screen Awards

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1997 Silver Screen Awards

Singapore Short Film Category:

1998 Silver Screen Awards

Singapore Short Film Category:

1999 Silver Screen Awards

Singapore Short Film Category:

2000 Silver Screen Awards

Singapore Short Film Category:

2001 Silver Screen Awards

Singapore Short Film Category:

2002 Silver Screen Award

Singapore Short Film Category:

Asian Digital Film Awards:

2003 Silver Screen Awards

Singapore Short Film Category:

2004 Silver Screen Awards

Singapore Short Film Category:

2005 Silver Screen Awards

Singapore Short Film Category:

2006 Silver Screen Awards

Singapore Short Film Category:

2007 Silver Screen Awards

Singapore Short Film Category:

2008 Silver Screen Awards

Singapore Short Film Category:

2009 Silver Screen Awards

Singapore Film Awards:

Singapore Short Film Category:

2010 Silver Screen Awards

Asian Feature Film Category:

Singapore Short Film Category:

2011 Silver Screen Awards

Asian Feature Film Category:

Singapore Short Film Category:

2014 Silver Screen Awards

Asian Feature Film Category:

Southeast Asian Short Film Category:

Honorary Award:

2015 Silver Screen Awards

Asian Feature Film Category:

Southeast Asian Short Film Category:

Southeast Asian Film Lab:

Audience Choice Award:

Honorary Award:

Cinema Legend Award:

2016 Silver Screen Awards

Asian Feature Film Category:

Southeast Asian Short Film Category:

Southeast Asian Film Lab:

Audience Choice Award:

Honorary Award:

Cinema Legend Award:

2017 Silver Screen Awards

Asian Feature Film Category:

Southeast Asian Short Film Category:

Youth Jury & Critics Programme:

Southeast Asian Film Lab:

Audience Choice Award:

Cinema Legend Award:

Honorary Award:

Inspiring woman in film award:

2018 Silver Screen Awards

Asian Feature Film Category:

Southeast Asian Short Film Category:

Youth Jury & Critics Programme:

Southeast Asian Film Lab:

Audience Choice Award:

Cinema Legend Award:

Honorary Award:

2019 Silver Screen Awards

Asian Feature Film Category:

Southeast Asian Short Film Category:

Youth Jury & Critics Programme:

Southeast Asian Film Lab:

Audience Choice Award:

Cinema Legend Award:

Honorary Award:

2020 Silver Screen Awards

Asian Feature Film Category:

Southeast Asian Short Film Category:

Youth Jury & Critics Programme:

Southeast Asian Film Lab:

Audience Choice Award:

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References

  1. Brzeski, Patrick (2014-07-15). "Singapore Film Fest to Launch Southeast Asian Film Lab". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved 2021-07-19.