Filmgarde Cineplex

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With two outlets near the Circle Line (Bras Basah and Stadium stations), this independent cinema opened in 2007 and screens both Hollywood and Asian films.

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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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