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Join us on our Journey
Perspectives is a disability-led short film featuring Lim Lee Lee, Stephanie Esther Fam, Victor Tan and members of Harmony Community Choir.
Directed by Peggy Ferroa and Michael Chua
NEXT SCREENING AT GEORGETOWN FESTIVAL
Watch the trailer and catch the screening this July 11, 3pm. The event will include a post-show Q&A with the cast and creative team of Perspectives.
Part of #SGCultureAnywhere. Supported by the National Arts Council.
MEET THE ARTISTS
Perspectives is a series of three monologues set against a harmony of sounds. Three stories about the unique experiences of living with a disability. The stories are Singaporean but also universal.
LEE LEE LIM
WHEN PATHS CROSS
A blind woman crosses paths – and canes – with an angry man. Should she flee or fight, or can she do more for others?
STEPHANIE ESTHER FAM
A Chair is Still A Chair
What happens when a woman is given a new wheelchair but doesn’t quite connect with it?
Wired on Art
Visual artist Victor Tan has exhibited all over the world but finds home in a little art studio off Telok Kurau. He shares his thoughts on how sculpting with wire helps him re-examine relationships people have with each other.
HARMONY COMMUNITY CHOIR
featuring harmony community choir
Set against a sonic backdrop composed and performed by members of Harmony Community Choir
BY LEE LEE LIM Dreams start with purpose. My decision to do a disability film came about when I was approached by an international panel of artists to be part of an international disability movement, …
GATEWAY THEATRE | SINGAPORE