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Diminishing Memories I and II are screening for free with filmmaker’s Q&A sessions this mid-July.

Venue: Woodlands Regional Library Auditorium.

Address: 900 South Woodlands Drive Woodlands Civic Centre, #01-03. Singapore 730900.

Dates: 12.07.13 (Friday) – Diminishing Memories I, 13.07.13 (Sat)- Diminishing Memories II.

Screening Starts: 7pm

Q&A sessions with filmmaker: 8pm

Admission: Free to public

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Diminishing Memories I & II are screening at the Woodlands Regional Library Auditorium on 12th and 13th July from 7pm.

Admission is FREE!

DM I PosterDM II

Documentary Filmmaking: What makes the film unique? – A personal journey with Eng Yee Peng.
Dear Educators,

 

Are you looking at planning programmes to enrich students on topics such as national education, filmmaking aesthetic, Chinese language and history?  Want to expose your students to learn more about the lost kampong landscape, community and its spirit?  And to encourage your students to think critically, encourage them to be themselves in order to shine?
Screen Diminishing Memories I and Diminishing Memories II (DM I & II) with the film director’s Question-And-Answer session, this programme is eligible for up to 50% subsidy from the Tote Board Arts Grant (National Arts Council Arts Education Programme, NAC-AEP).
DM I & II are award winning and internationally acclaimed films produced by home-grown filmmaker- Eng Yee Peng.  The film screenings at The Arts House were all sold out and received overwhelming response and support from the public and media.
Lian He Zao Bao, ZBNow Senior Correspondent, Ang Ming Hwa(洪铭铧《联合早报·现在》)saw the educational value of DM I & II, he encouraged students to watch the films, “建议学校组团捧场,对同学的文化启发很有帮助。”.
Yee Peng is also the author of the Chinese book-《我们这样长大:新加坡的童年生活》,launched in August 2012, is one of the top 10 best sellers at Popular Bookstore.  Shewas a columnist with Lian He Zao Bao, ZBNow (《联合早报·现在》) and was nominated for The Great Women Of Our Time Awards 2009, organised by The Singapore Women’s Weekly.
DM I & II are two thought-provoking and unconventional documentaries that prompted discussions and reflections about the fast-paced development of our country.  The programme is not only designed to expose students to film appreciation and aesthetic, but to encourage critical thinking.  The filmmaker will share her personal journey in pursuing her dreams, encouraging students to follow their hearts, dare to be different and be inspired!

The programme comes with two packages to cater for your budget, interest and time limitations.  Please do not hesitate to contact me at diminishingmemories@hotmail.com should you have any enquiries or would like to make a booking.

Thank you so much for your kind attention.  Looking forward to hearing from you soon.

Dear Educators,

Are you looking at planning programmes to enrich students on topics such as national education, filmmaking, Chinese language and history?  Want to engage your students to learn more about the kampong landscape, community and its spirit that seem distant today?  Screen Diminishing Memories I & Diminishing Memories II with the film director’s Question-And-Answer session, this programme is eligible for up to 50% subsidy from the Tote Board Arts Grant (National Arts Council Arts Education Programme, NAC-AEP).

Diminishing Memories I and II are two thought-provoking and brave documentaries that prompted discussions and reflections about the fast-paced development of our country, as well as the price we pay for our present-day prosperity.  The screening session also act as window for possible follow-ups of learning opportunities, such as a research project on issues raised from the film(s), or simply an outdoor field trip to the local farms or kampong with teachers.  In addition, the programme is designed for maximizing learning beyond the films.  This is especially as the filmmaker is sharing her personal journey in pursuing her dreams.  To follow your heart, dare to be different and be inspired!

The programme comes with two packages to cater for your budget, interest and time limitation.  Please email diminishingmemories@hotmail.com to request for more information.

Thanks for your support!!! ;))

Merry X’mas in advance!

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Diminishing Memories II has been selected for Guangzhou International Documentary Film Festival, In Competition category for the coming Nov/Dec 2009 festival. Glad it could meet its audience beyond Singapore… 😀 THANK YOU!
 
《悄逝的记忆2》入围中国(广州)国际纪录片大会非主题类影片竞赛单元。将在来临的十一、二月份到广州参展。谢谢!

Link – http://www.nus.edu.sg/museum/eflyers/Diminishing-Memories.html

 

NUS Museum & Department of Architecture, NUS present

Diminishing Memories I & II with Eng Yee Peng, held in conjunction with Constructed Landscapes: Singapore in Southeast Asia Exhibition.  Following the movie screening, there will be a Q & A session with Eng Yee Peng (film director) chaired by Dr Lai Chee Kien, Assistant Professor at Department of Architecture, NUS.

 

Screening of Diminishing Memories I (50 min) & Diminishing Memories II (50 min) with 20 min Q & A. 

Films are in English, Mandarin & Teochew languages with English and Mandarin subtitles.  

 

Event                : Diminishing Memories I & II with Eng Yee Peng

Date                 : Sat, 29 Aug 2009  

Time                 : 2 to 4pm 

Venue               : Celadon Room, NUS Museum (University Cultural Centre, 50 Kent Ridge Crescent, NUS, Singapore 119279)

Admission Fee  : $8 (public) $6 (NUS staff and students) 

 

To register, email museum@nus.edu.sg or call 6516 8817. 

Max 60pax, booking confirmed only upon receipt of payment.

 

Diminishing Memories I & II screened at Yuhua Community Club on 31st May 2009 afternoon.  A total of almost 200 audience turned up, thank you all. 😉
 
感谢将近两百人出席了在裕华民众俱乐部里举行的《悄逝的记忆1、2》的放映会。这是由裕华居委会和辅友会配合家庭月举办的活动。真心感谢他们的邀请。本人也希望通过影片传达有悲伤就要去面对和放下的讯息。有心事的居民,不妨联络辅友会的辅导员谈谈。http://mandarincounsellingsg.blogspot.com