23 October 2010

Invisible City Premieres in London at [SIN]efest

UK premiere’s of Tan Pin Pin’s documentary film Invisible City in London at [SIN]efest.

Invisible City
Saturday 13th November, 4.30pm
The Birkbeck Cinema
43 Gordon Square
London WC1H 0PD

“Brimming with humanity”
– Ong Sor Fen, The Straits Times

Invisible City is a documentary about documenteurs. The director interviews photographers, journalists, archaeologists, people propelled by curiosity to find a City for themselves. The documentary conveys how deeply personal their search is and how fragile histories are, hanging on only through their memories and artefacts. Interwoven with the interviews is never seen before footage and photos of Singapore culled from their personal archives. In Invisible City, you witness the atrophy of memory, you see a City that could have been. Invisible City opened in Singapore for a theatrical run on 22 July 2007 where it had a four week sold out run.

Director: Tan Pin Pin, 58 mins, English Subtitles
Of Note: selected as Singapore’s nomination to the Academy Awards for Best Foreign Language Film

Tanjong Rhu - Short film bonus screened before feature film, Invisible City.

11 - 13 November 2010
The Birkbeck Cinema, 43 Gordon Square, London WC1H 0PD

For more information please visit www.sinefest.org

[SIN]efest is presented by Creative [SIN]ergy + Flynn Film Co. and supported by The Singapore High Commission in London, Singapore Airlines, Tiger Beer and Town Hall Hotel.