At imdb.com, at the head of the list of movies banned in Singapore is "Monty Python and the Flying Circus" (Religious sensitivities? Long hair? Bared breasts?). Maybe Monty Python's movies are some kind of threat to the social fabric and national security of Singapore.
Also on the list is Royston Tan's "15" (this probably refers to the uncut version, since we local serfs got to watch the "Clean" version). If you want to catch it in all its glory, and you happen to be near Chicago (especially the University of Chicago), the Singapore and Malaysian Students' Union (SAMSU) is organizing the annual Singapore Film Festival in the University of Chicago, entitled "Tales from a Little Red Dot".
The highlight is that Royston Tan will be visiting them on Saturday, 29th Jan to attend a screening of "15", "Cut" (which I haven't seen because Talkingcock.com's servers kept getting backed up by the sheer load, mutter mutter) and his brand new short film "Absentee". He will also be talking about his filmmaking experiences.
And some more got dinner (what's a Singapore gathering without food?).