This year brings us the 4th edition of Rendezvous with French Cinema, organized by the Institut Français, the Alliance Française and Unifrance.
Planning to stay in this Valentine's evening, away from the throngs of four-legged lovey-dovey couples deadwalking the streets? How about getting in between the sheets with that special someone/s (hey, we don't judge) in the comfort of your nice warm bed with some true blue award-winning romantic movies?

Well, there are some classics and there are some tear jerkers here, but mind you, they're all Oscar Best Picture winners! Check them out below.
BLIND DATE: ANDY LAU AND SAMMI CHENG IN SINGAPORE

By Jedd Jong

Filmmakers and moviegoers know just when they`ve struck gold with an onscreen pairing, and the double act of Andy Lau and Sammi Cheng is one of those that really seems to work. Together with director Johnnie To, the three have become known as the “Iron Trio: Their first collaboration, 2000`s Needing You, was a smash hit at a time when the Hong Kong film industry was at a low ebb.

Lau and Cheng were in town to promote their latest film with director To, the comedy-crime thriller Blind Detective. The pair fielded questions at a press conference at the Equarius Hotel, before meeting a 3000-strong throng of delighted fans at Plaza Singapura shopping mall and attending a red-carpet premiere of the movie at the Festive Grand Theatre in Resorts World Sentosa.

Book your calendar from 15-26 May for a delightful sojourn in Europe! Unfortunately, we can`t actually take you to Europe but the films in the 23rd European Union Film Festival can transport you thereâ€

F*** was at Orchard Hotel on Tuesday, attending the press conference and round table interviews for Filial Party. The Singaporean film, starring an ensemble of faces regular Channel 8 viewers will doubtlessly find familiar, is being released in conjunction with Mother’s Day. In the film, Mark Lee plays Millionaire...
From the minds of the deranged geniuses who decided that Jane Austen and zombies would be a good mix comes Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, a film that re-imagines the 16th president of America as a guy who not only has the emancipation of slaves on his resume, but also moonlighted as a killer of bloodsuckers.

Check out our exclusive video chat (embedded below) with film director Timur Bekmambetov, leading man Benjamin Walker, arch villain Rufus Sewell and writer/producer Seth Grahame-Smithe - scribe of the original novel - as they talk about character origins, Tim Burton's influence on the work, and the process of shooting the film.
Team Cap takes Marina Bay Sands by storm
James Cameron on what leads him to convert his second biggest movie of all time into 3D. Check out the featurette after the jump...
It isn`t often that a Japanese movie receives its world premiere in Singapore. But that`s exactly what happened in the last weekend of July, when the director and three lead actors of The After-Dinner Mysteries arrived on our little island to speak to the press and meet their fans.
“No questions about Star Wars, please” – that is the mandate we’re repeatedly reminded of. George Lucas is here to discuss Strange Magic and Strange Magic alone.
We chat with director Anne Fletcher; Academy Award winner Reese Witherspoon - who plays a no-nonsense cop; and Sofía Vergara - who plays a sexy and outgoing widow of a drug boss in Warner's upcoming comedy, HOT PURSUIT
Singaporean director K. Rajagopal’s feature film debut, A Yellow Bird, was picked to be screened at the International Critic’s Week showcase during the 2016 Cannes Film Festival. Rajagopal found himself catapulted from the back alleys where much of A Yellow Bird was set to the glitz and glamour of the French Riviera.

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