Distributor Objectifs has informed me that there are only 30 units of the Tan Pin Pin Box Set (pic on the left) left. So if you were keen but haven’t bought the set, now is the time to buy it. There won’t be future editions. If you are in Singapore, you can buy them at Kinokuniya at Takashimaya or from Objectifs. If you are overseas, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call +65 6293 9782 to get a copy. They are priced at SG$49 (US$37)
Those many of you who have bought copies for themselves and their friends. THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT!
The Tan Pin Pin Box Set contains award-winning Singapore GaGa, Moving House and Invisible City. Invisible City is only available as part of the box set and it is not sold separately. Invisible City contains liner notes written by Alfian Sa’at, DVD commentary between myself and Tan Siok Siok as well as a short documentary about Ivan Polunin’s (under-rated) Sound Archive. Singapore GaGa has a myriad of specials, including an interview with Juanita Melson, Victor Khoo and myself in a bumboat along the Esplanade. The whole package was designed by mindwasabi. Buy it now!
Photo of Launch at Kinokuniya!
Editor’s Note 3/4/22: DVDs of Pin Pin’s are sold out, but her films can be accessed through Pin Pin’s VOD platform vimeo.com for features or tanpinpin.com for the short films. In Southeast Asia, Singapore GaGa and IN TIME TO COME screens on Netflix
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