ArtScience on Screen: Late Spring

LATE SPRING is a short film by Singaporean filmmaker Lei Yuan Bin, paying homage to the legendary Yasujiro Ozu's film of the same name. Focusing on the end of the cherry blossom season and a cemetery in Tokyo, it invites a contemplation of loss and change, and a sense of calm and hope, in this current global pandemic.

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About Micro-Commissions

As part of its ongoing support for local arts ecology, ArtScience Museum is proud to present a series of newly-commission films for the smallest screens, from some of Singapore’s most prominent artists and filmmakers. Every month, a new unique and exciting short film will be released across the museum’s online platforms, as we will profile the breadth and creativity of Singapore-based filmmakers.

24 June

About the Filmmaker

  • Lei Yuan Bin

    Lei Yuan Bin is part of the film collective 13 Little Pictures. He was conferred the Young Artist Award in 2012. 03-FLATS, his sophomore feature was in competition at the Busan International Film Festival. HIs latest documentary I DREAM OF SINGAPORE was in competition at the 70th Berlinale.

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