Self Portrait – A Performative Film Tour (Director’s cut)

Self-Portrait: A Performative Film Tour (Director’s Cut)

By Access Path Productions

Advisory – Strong language

Self-Portrait: A Performative Film Tour (Director’s Cut) is audio described, feature creative captioning and integrated sign language.

Join us for a post – show dialogue on 22nd November, 11 AM (SGT) at https://pigeonhole.at/FFG2020

Credits

National Gallery Singapore – Chua Soo Bin: Truths and Legends
All artwork credits (in order of appearance)

Chua So Bin, Legends (Chen Wen Hsi), 1985 – 88

Chua So Bin, Legends (Chen Wen Hsi), 1985 – 88

Chua So Bin, Legends (Lu Yanshao), 1985 – 88

Chua So Bin, Legends (Liu Haisu), 1985 – 88

Chua Soo Bin, Legends (Huang Junbi). 1985 – 88

Chua Soo Bin, Man in the Window, c 1950s

Chua Soo Bin, Legends (Ye Qianyu), 1985-1988

Chua Soo Bin, Liu Kang, 2003

Chua Soo Bin, Legends (Tang Yun), 1985-1988

Chua Soo Bin, Wu Guangzhong, 1993

Chua Soo Bin, Legends (Liu Haisu), 1985-1988

Chua Soo Bin, Legends (Zhao Shao’Ang)

Chen Wen His, Portrait of Chua Soo Bin, 1991

Credits

Creator and Director (Theatre): Grace Lee-Khoo
Director (Film): James Khoo
Executive Producer: Natalie Lim
Producer: Joanne Tay

Cast
Audience – Ammar “Ameezy”
Model – Chanel Ariel Chan
Curator – Tung Ka Wai
Artist/Interpreter – Evelyn Chye
Photographer – “Wheelsmith” (Danial Bawthan)

Crew Credits:
Producer – Dione Tan
Director of Photography – Jolinna Ang
Sound – Nikki Koh
Editor – Kulbir Singh
Grips – Jonathan Yong, Yew Shi Min, Clyde Kam

Workshop Participants:
Elizabeth Quek
Rebekah Lin
Clara Chow
Tay Siew Hui Verena
Mark Cheong
Denise Chng
Jasmine Goh
Mirella Ang
Eer En Xuan
Toh Kian Beng
Balqis Nurulhaq Binte Johari

Vanilla
Written and Performed by Wheelsmith

Special Thanks to:
Jean Hair and Charmaine Toh, National Gallery Singapore

Self-Portraits: A Performative Film Tour (Director’s Cut) is presented by Access Path Productions with support by National Gallery Singapore.

Self-Portrait: A Performative Tour was commissioned by the National Gallery Singapore for the Light to Night 2020 Festival.