Titian Budaya 2015 commemorates 50 years of friendship between Malaysia and Singapore. It is presented by Singapore's Ministry of Culture, Community and Youth ( MCCY ) and supported by Malaysia's Ministry of Tourism and Culture ( MOTAC ). Showcasing the creative talents from Singapore and Malaysia, it is an opportunity for Malaysians to appreciate and enjoy the shared culture and heritage of Singapore and Malaysians to appreciate and enjoy the shareculture and hritage of Singapore and Malaysia.Titian Budaya is now coming to a close with the launch of the first-ever Singapore Film Festival in Kuala Lumpur comprising ten films that include popular narrative-fiction, award-winning art-house films, and documentaries. High Commissioner of the Republic of Singapore, Mr. Vanu Gopala Menon launched the four-day festival at the gala opening held at Golden Screen Cinemas in Pavillion Kuala Lumpur on 14 January 2016.
"We are now come to the final event in the Titian Budaya showcase, and it gives me great pleasure to present the inaugural Singapore Film Festival in Kuala Lumpur. The Film Festival aims to celebrate the diversity of Singapore cinema, which shares asimilar heritage with Malaysia's film industry. We are proud to be able to show ten critically acclaimed and award-winning film over the course of the course of the festival" said Mr.Vanu Gopala Menon during his opening speech. The festival's opening film was 7 Letters.