Monday July 16th 2007, 11:05 am
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Invisible City chronicles the ways people attempt to leave a mark before they and their histories disappear. From an avid amateur film director trying to preserve his decaying trove of Singapore footage to an intrepid Japanese journalist hunting down Singaporean war veterans, Tan Pin Pin draws out doubts, hopes and the ordinary moments of these protagonists who attempt immortality. Through their footage and photos rarely seen until now, we begin to perceive faint silhouettes of a City that could have been.

Invisible City had a four week sold our run at The Arts House in July 2007. It now tours Singapore and film festivals abroad


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counting down to 22nd…

Comment by patrick ong 07.16.07 @ 3:24 pm

Perhaps we need a new classification. Invisible City is certainly not “documentary, boring”.

I felt like an observer but yet it was an emotional experience that set me thinking.

Comment by artskakis 07.22.07 @ 11:44 pm

I would like to purchase ‘The Invisible City’ DVD/VCD. Where can I buy it? Thanks.

Comment by Li 08.03.07 @ 10:14 pm

Kudos Tan Pin Pin & Mr Lim Chen Sian :)

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