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. PHOTO: YEO SIEW HUA
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. PHOTO: ST FILE
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). PHOTO: POP AYE PRODUCTION
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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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