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    A Premier Film Market For Southeast Asia

    A Premier Film Market For Southeast Asia

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    ScreenSingapore is Southeast Asia’s definitive marketplace for filmmakers, producers, distributors, financiers and film buyers to explore co-production opportunities, seek financing, make deals and stay abreast of the evolving film landscape.

    In partnership with Southeast Asian Audio-Visual Association (SAAVA) and Ties That Bind: Asia/Europe Producers Workshop (TTB), ScreenSingapore provides an exclusive opportunity to connect promising filmmakers and producers from Southeast Asia and Europe with international collaborating partners, festival programmers, distributors and investors.

    This is done through the Southeast Asian Film Financing (SAFF) Project Market, which congregate the best feature film concepts from Asia and Europe.

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  • SCREENSINGAPORE 2019 DETAILS


    4 December 2019
    Market | 9am – 6pm
    5 December 2019
    Market | 9am – 6pm
    6 December 2019
    Market | 9am – 5pm


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    Before SAFF I was very closed in my approach to pitching. It was only after discovering the range of projects submitted to SAFF that I realized there are several methods and strategies to fund a film. Yes, a market like this is definitely overwhelming for a creative, but once you can see past the business suits and power-points there is some real experience and knowledge to be gained.
    Ishan Shukla, Director, Schirkoa (Ishan Animation)


    Our producers thought SAFF would be a good venue to get the project out on an international stage. It was also a good chance to get my feet wet since I had never attended any sort of film-pitching forum before. We were able to secure full-financing and distribution at the SAFF Project Market.
    Kerwin Go, Director, Mina-Anud


    Commerciality affects financing and support towards the industry in general so there’s always going to be a place for films and content that is catered to a mass market. This then allows cleaving towards formula-driven and familiar films and television projects, where franchises have to be milked. Having projects like this out there are important to the foundation of every filmmaker and film fan out there.
    Justin Deimen, Managing Partner, Aurora Global Media Capital


    It’s better to invest in a spread as an investor, and hope that you invest in five, a couple would break even, and the fifth would blow everyone out.
    Leon Tan, CEO, Dragonslate Media


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    The Singapore International Film Festival (SGIFF) is the largest and longest running film event in Singapore. It has become an iconic event in the Singapore arts calendar.
    Asia TV Forum & Market (ATF) brings together international content sellers and Asian buyers to buy & sell content, seek financing, find distributors and identify new co-production partners.
    Ties That Bind is an innovative programme designed to assist producers from Asia and Europe with potential European-Asian co-production projects. The programme is led by a team of top experts from Asia and Europe. Further activities include pitching sessions, case studies and individual meetings with decision makers.



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