The 6th International Film Festival (SIPF) has began asking for photographers and artists to contribute to the program. The non-profit biennial festival started in 2008 and since then stood as a platform for artists all around Southeast Asia to showcase their respective works.
The three main festival components are the Exhibitions, Professional Workshops, and Outreach Programmes with fringe activities held all around Singapore.
The SIPF is a recipient of the National Arts Council’s Major Grant for the period from 1 April 2016 to 31 March 2019.
Know more about the festival and be a part of enriching Singapore's local art scene here.
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