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Tan Pin Pin

Tan Pin Pin is a Singapore director. Her films, explorations of Singapore, have screened at Berlin, Pusan, Oberhausen and Rotterdam. She has won more than 20 awards, most recently for Invisible City. The citation from Cinema du Reel describes it as “A witty, intellectually challenging essay on history and memory as tools of civil resistance”. Singapore GaGa, voted the Best Film, 2006, Straits Times, is described as “A subtly subversive yet thoroughly celebratory film … One of the best films about Singapore." Pin Pin won an S. Rajaratnam scholarship to study for a film MFA at Northwestern University, USA. Moving House, her thesis film won the Student Academy Award for Best Documentary.

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