A People’s Hangout: New Naratif’s Virtual Festival June 2021

New Naratif needs your support to survive. To be able to continue operating this year, we need to raise a total of US$226,336—that’s 4,353 new members. Please join our movement to create a freer, more democratic Southeast Asia.
New Naratif needs your support to survive. To be able to continue operating this year, we need to raise a total of US$226,336—that’s 4,353 new members. Please join our movement to create a freer, more democratic Southeast Asia.

In conjunction with our fundraiser, we have some fun events planned for you to meet other members of New Naratif community, as well as our team!

Virtual screening of To Singapore, With Love for documentary night and a Q&A with director Tan Pin Pin and Freedom Film Network.

For this month’s documentary night, we’ll be screening To Singapore, With Love, a documentary about Singaporean political exiles as they discuss the city of their dreams. To Singapore, With Love is an award-winning documentary that was banned in Singapore. 

Join us on Friday, 18 June at 8 p.m. GMT+8 for the screening. We’ll have a Q&A with director Tan Pin Pin and the directors of the Freedom Film Network to discuss the documentary and navigating censorship in Singapore and Malaysia. For this screening, there is a minimum donation of US$5, which includes a month of New Naratif membership.

Catch the live virtual concert with Subhas Nair on Friday, 25 June at 8 p.m. GMT+8.

To close off A People’s Hangout, we have a special unplugged session with Subhas Nair! Catch the live virtual concert on Friday, 25 June at 8 p.m. GMT+8. Subhas Nair will perform his latest album, Tabula Rasa/Tak Boleh Rasa. For this virtual concert, there is a minimum donation of US$10, for which you’ll receive a two-month New Naratif membership.

Existing members can attend the documentary screening and live concert for free! Join New Naratif as a member today.   

Sign up for the Virtual Festival here. Please provide proof of donation as part of your registration. Please use Virtual Festival as your reference. Our donation options can be found here.

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