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Filmgarde Cineplex

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Get all your indie fix at this independent cinema. Filmgarde showcases an eclectic range of local and international blockbusters as well as independent films, including exclusive releases by local and Asian filmmakers. Believe it or not, it's the first cineplex in Asia to be fully fitted with cutting-edge immersive sound system, the AuroMax by Auro Technologies and Barco, to further elevate the movie screening experience.

 

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Venue name: Filmgarde Cineplex
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Address: 5/L Bugis+
201 Victoria Street
Singapore
188067
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