ShoutOUT! Special screening of '1965' with the filmmakers and sports personality Ang Peng Siong

Not in conjunction with another kind of history we are making in the news this month, a special screening of 1965 will be held at the end of the month, 30 June, where one of Singapore's original swimming sensations Ang Peng Siong will be there to share how the movie has impacted him and why he rallied his family members, his team of coaches and staff to watch this film during its release two years ago.

Date: 30th June
Time: 7pm
Location: TRN Centre #19-14, International Plaza. 
Admission is free but there are limited seats.
Register and secure your seat/seats in this link. 

1965 is the first film that portrayed the late Mr Lee Kuan Yew on the big screen. Lim Kay Tong plays Lee Kuan Yew, and with Qi Yuwu, Deanna Yusoff, Joanne Peh, James Seah, Sezairi Sezali and Mike Kasem. In the months leading up to the independence of Singapore, a group of people, divided by race, language and religion, saw their lives profoundly transformed by one single defining moment in history.

‘1965’ shows how some pioneers faced up to the war against racism. And how some immigrants suddenly realised they were not going back to the countries they came from, that this small island was going to be their home.

Check out the trailer here:

For this screening the producer and director will share their experience making this movie.

This screening is presented by Strength Quotient and Second Act.

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