ArtScience on Screen
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The ArtScience Museum is debuting its flagship programme ArtScience on Screen online with a new series of micro-commissioned films by some of Singapore’s most prominent and promising creators. Available on the museum's official website as well as social media platforms, the first two micro-commissions Late Spring by Lei Yuan Bin and How Can I Tell I Miss You by Eva Tang are set to premiere on 24 June and in the month of July respectively, while $alary Day by Madhavan Ram is running from now until July 10. Each film has a running time of less than five minutes, and was put together using the resources each filmmaker had on hand during the circuit breaker.
That's not all – a new attention-grabbing, visual publication Screen Zine is set to be released on July 8 to further complement the ArtScience on Screen programme. It showcases a playful and creative collection of easy-to-digest round-ups that highlight the latest offerings from up-and-coming filmmakers, interviews as well as virtual and augmented reality features.