Japanese Film Festival Singapore


The annual Japanese Film Festival counts on its sponsors, loyal audiences, and partners to brings the festival to life once a year. Much more than just a series of films from Japan, it is curated to inspire and to surface the stories its volunteer curator finds through his time spent connecting the dots.

While the festival seeks financial support, at times, it is the non-financial aspects that it really needs. Like a venue, to dedicated volunteers, to partners who can add a complementary dimension to the festival, there are many ways in which to support the festival. If you will like to explore or have a specific contribution in mind, please contact us here with your ideas or propositions. Below you will find a brief introduction to our valued partners and sponsors.

Thank you.

Japanese Chamber of Commerce and Industry

The Japanese Chamber of Commerce & Industry, Singapore was established in July 1969 in accordance with the Company Act of Singapore.With more than 700 members passionately engaged in various sectors of businesses and industries in Singapore, JCCI aims to achieve the following objectives:- 1. to promote and expand both trade and investments between Singapore and Japan. 2. to contribute towards the advancement of the Singapore's economy, and 3. to promote and cultivate friendship and mutual cooperation among the members of the Chamber, and at the same time, to contribute towards the advancement of both the Japanese and Singapore economy.
For more information, please visit: www.jcci.org.sg

The Japan Foundation

The Japan Foundation was established in 1972 as a special legal entity to undertake international cultural exchange and was subsequently recognized as an independent administrative institution in October 2003. The Foundation consists of a head office in Tokyo, a branch office in Kyoto, two Japanese-language institutes (Urawa and Kansai), and 19 Foundation offices in 18 countries. The purpose of the Japan Foundation is: "to contribute to a better international environment, and to the maintenance and development of harmonious foreign relationships with Japan, through deepening other nations' understanding of Japan, promoting better mutual understanding among nations, encouraging friendship and goodwill among the peoples of the world, and contributing to the world in culture and other fields through the efficient and comprehensive implementation of international cultural exchange activities."
For more information, please visit: www.jpf.go.jp/e/index.html

Japan Creative Centre (JCC)

The Japan Creative Centre (JCC) in Singapore is the first of its kind to be set up outside Japan, an information-disseminating base that aims to showcase both contemporary and traditional Japan. The main theme of the Centre "Innovation and Tradition" will feature various exciting aspects of Japan's "soft power" such as contemporary pop-culture and her traditional arts. The Centre will provide information on cutting-edge Japanese technologies and design, authentic cuisine, fashion trends, music and films, anime, manga, the traditional arts and crafts of Japan and so on.
For more information, please visit: www.sg.emb-japan.go.jp/JCC

Luna Films

At LUNA FILMS, we thrive on bringing exceptional films to audiences. With experiences in curating, marketing and operating film festivals, we have screened over 150 films since 2009.
For more information, please visit: https://www.facebook.com/lunafilms

National Museum of Singapore

With a history dating back to its inception in 1887, the National Museum of Singapore is the nation's oldest museum with a progressive mind. Its galleries adopt cutting-edge and multi-perspective ways of presenting history and culture to redefine conventional museum experience. A cultural and architectural landmark in Singapore, the Museum hosts innovative festivals and events all year round - the dynamic Night Festival, visually arresting art installations, as well as amazing performances and film screenings - in addition to presenting thought-provoking exhibitions involving critically important collections of artefacts. The programming is supported by a wide range of facilities and services including F&B, retail and a Resource Centre. The National Museum of Singapore re-opened in December 2006 after a three-year redevelopment, and celebrated its 125th anniversary in 2012. The Museum refreshed its permanent galleries and re-opened them on 19 September 2015 for Singapore's Golden Jubilee.
For more details, please visit: www.nationalmuseum.sg

Singapore Film Society

For more than 5 decades, the Singapore Film Society has been conceptualizing, sourcing, programming, marketing and managing a year-round line-up of quality film screenings that now averages over 200 movies every year. Since 1996, we have been based at GV Marina. When we moved into this new permanent home, we became the first film society in the world to be based in a state-of-the-art, city-centre multiplex. Our team of enthusiastic and highly experienced volunteers can conceptualize, create, and maximize the impact of any cinema-related event, big or small. We have one of the most well established membership bases in the region.
For more information, please visit: www.sfs.org.sg


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