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ArtScience on Screen: How Can I Tell I Miss You

‘I do not need the news to remind us of our mortality. The absences have broken our hearts.’

The world has mysteriously fallen asleep. Traversing the borders between past, present, memory and consciousness, someone attempts to rouse it from its deep slumber – will she ever succeed? Don’t miss Eva Tang’s latest film commissioned for ArtScience on Screen.

For the best viewing experience:

Desktop - select 1080p resolution below and watch with headphones
Mobile - Watch on Instagram TV or Facebook with headphones

Livestream Q&A: On Memory and Film - with Eva Tang, Renee Chua and Joe Ng
26 August, 9pm

Join us for a livestream discussion and Q&A with director Eva Tang, actress Renee Chua and composer Joe Ng as we dive deep into memory, ageing mobile phones, and creating during a pandemic in relation to their latest work How Can I Tell I Miss You for ArtScience on Screen. This session is moderated by Jerome Chee (Programmer -Moving Image and Emerging Media, ArtScienceMuseum).

About Micro-Commissions:

As part of its ongoing support for local arts ecology, ArtScience Museum is proud to present a series of newly-commissioned films for the smallest screens, from some of Singapore’s most prominent artists and filmmakers. Catch new unique and exciting short films as we release them across the museum’s online platforms throughout the year, and celebrate the breadth and creativity of Singapore-based filmmakers.

About the Filmmaker

  • Eva Tang

    Eva Tang graduated with a Masters in Fiction Directing from the prestigious National Film and Television School. Her student film, While You Sleep (2002), was the first short film by a Singaporean filmmaker to be selected in the Venice Film Festival. Her debut feature documentary, The Songs We Sang (2015), set a new box office record for independent documentary.

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