PARTY PIX: Singapore stars light up SGIFF red carpet

Fiona Xie, Sheila Sim and Joshua Tan were some of the celebs spotted at the event

Photos: Singapore International Film Festival
Photos: Singapore International Film Festival
29 Nov 2018

Photos: Singapore International Film Festival

Last night (Nov 28), some of Singapore’s brightest and rising stars descended upon Capitol Theatre for the gala opening of the 29th Singapore International Film Festival (SGIFF).

Among the celebrities walking the red carpet were Fiona Xie, Sheila Sim, Benjamin Kheng and Joshua Tan, filmmakers Royston Tan and Tan Pin Pin, as well as the director and cast of multi-genre film Cities Of Last Things, which kicked-off the Festival.

SGIFF runs from Nov 28 to Dec 9 across various venues. For more information, visit sgiff.com.

Click on for more photos from the red carpet.

Fiona Xie
Fiona Xie
29 Nov 2018

Fiona Xie

Benjamin Kheng
Benjamin Kheng
29 Nov 2018

Benjamin Kheng


Sheila Sim
Sheila Sim
29 Nov 2018

Sheila Sim

Irene Ang
Irene Ang
29 Nov 2018

Irene Ang

Joshua Tan
Joshua Tan
29 Nov 2018

Joshua Tan

Vanessa Vanderstraaten
Vanessa Vanderstraaten
29 Nov 2018

Vanessa Vanderstraaten

Amy Cheng
Amy Cheng
29 Nov 2018

Amy Cheng

Constance Lau
Constance Lau
29 Nov 2018

Constance Lau

Benjamin Heng
Benjamin Heng
29 Nov 2018

Benjamin Heng

Jason Godfrey and guest
Jason Godfrey and guest
29 Nov 2018

Jason Godfrey and guest

Jimmy T
Jimmy T
29 Nov 2018

Jimmy T

Fakka Fuzz and Aisyah Aziz
Fakka Fuzz and Aisyah Aziz
29 Nov 2018

Fakka Fuzz and Aisyah Aziz

Paul Foster and Sukki Singapora
Paul Foster and Sukki Singapora
29 Nov 2018

Paul Foster and Sukki Singapora

Tracy Phillips and Ginette Chittick
Tracy Phillips and Ginette Chittick
29 Nov 2018

Tracy Phillips and Ginette Chittick

Cast and director of Cities of Last Things
Cast and director of Cities of Last Things
29 Nov 2018

Cast and director of Cities of Last Things

From left: Mayday's Stone, Huang Lu, Ding Ning, director Ho Wi Ding and Tan Wei Keong, director of SGIFF commissioned short film, Kingdom.

Report a problem