Private Film Screening - Ubin, Sayang (A National Geographic Young Explorer's Film)
Ubin, Sayang traces the journey of Xiao Ting as she learns from the stories of mangrove restoration and kampong living. In the context of modern Singaporean nostalgia for the kampong, the film brings together different perspectives on what the kampong spirit truly entails, and discusses its implications for us today.
About the Filmmaker:
Rachel Quek’s documentary projects have been recognised by Singapore's Ministry of the Environment and Water Resources, ACCESS Health International, and the Singapore Eco Film Festival. Her philosophy is to tell stories that are close to her heart - she believes that compassionate storytelling has the power to inspire self-reflection and empower people towards positive social action. This film was made possible through the National Geographic Young Explorer’s programme.
Find out more about this project here: https://www.natgeoubinsayang.com/
7.30 pm Open Doors
8 pm Welcome Speech
8.15 pm FILM SCREENING
8.45pm Speech by SGEFF Directors
9 pm Q&A
9.30 pm Refreshments
- Title was changed to "Private Film Screening - Ubin, Sayang (A National Geographic Young Explorer's Film)". Orig#273188 2017-08-28 08:28:24
7:30 PM - 10:00 PM SGT
- Yale-NUS College, Performance Hall
- Venue Address
- 18 College Avenue West Singapore