Where to go online for top-quality Singapore movies and short films

The Obs: A Singapore Story is a documentary which focuses on local avant garde rock group, The Observatory.
The Obs: A Singapore Story is a documentary which focuses on local avant garde rock group, The Observatory.PHOTO: YEO SIEW HUA
Film-maker Anthony Chen and French cinematographer Benoit Soler on the set of Ilo Ilo.
Film-maker Anthony Chen and French cinematographer Benoit Soler on the set of Ilo Ilo.PHOTO: GIRAFFE PICTURES
Singapore film-maker Eric Khoo's second film, 12 Storeys, is a bitter, sometimes funny slice of social realism.
Singapore film-maker Eric Khoo's second film, 12 Storeys, is a bitter, sometimes funny slice of social realism.PHOTO: ST FILE
Psychological drama Apprentice won the top accolade, the Grand Prix (Grand Prize), at the Fribourg International Film Festival in 2017.
Psychological drama Apprentice won the top accolade, the Grand Prix (Grand Prize), at the Fribourg International Film Festival in 2017.PHOTO: GOLDEN VILLAGE
Stills from director Kirsten Tan's debut movie, Pop Aye (2017).
Stills from director Kirsten Tan's debut movie, Pop Aye (2017). PHOTO: POP AYE PRODUCTION

SINGAPORE - Now that Sandi Tan's prize-winning documentary Shirkers is on Netflix, it is time to take stock of what other high-quality Singapore content is available online.

Netflix does not have the monopoly on such work. From almost nothing a few years ago, more titles relating to Singapore can now be found on platforms such as iTunes, Viddsee (www.viddsee.com) and Vimeo (vimeo.com), ranging from documentaries to animation.

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