The Projector

Cinemas, Independent Kallang
The Projector
Photo: Philipp Aldrup

Occupying the former site of the historic Golden Theatre is The Projector, a refurbished cinema that’s home to an eclectic selection of films (it also selectively screens mainstream ones). Weekends are the best time to hit it up – that’s when programmes such as Japanese Cinema Sundays and Sundays with French  Cinema take over the two halls. Besides arthouse flicks, The Projector also shows local and cult classics such as 2001: A Space Odyssey

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Venue name: The Projector
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Address: Level 5 Golden Mile Tower
6001 Beach Rd
Singapore
199589
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