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A first for Monaco in Singapore

A first for Monaco in Singapore

By Staff Writer - September 18, 2017

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Photo: Facebook Monaco Film Festival, Singapore

Bomanbridge Media has partnered with the Monaco Government Tourist Office Asia, represented by Horus Development & Consulting, to host Asia’s first edition of the Monaco Film Festival in Singapore next month.

The Monaco Film Festival will be presented at the Alliance Francaise Cultural Center from October 14 to 22, with a VIP Gala held at the Capitol Theatre during the eight-day event.

The festival itself promises be an exciting celebration of the attractions of Monaco and Monte-Carlo, featuring films that over the last few decades have used Monaco’s location and exotic image.

In recent years the Government Tourist Office has focused on attracting more visitors from the burgeoning Asian market.


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