City of Gold - A Short Film

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Eze

Eze (pronounced like “Izzy”) is a Singaporean-Burmese filmmaker working across art, documentary, and narratives to bring to light the struggles of minority groups across Asia Pacific.

This short film follows Alex as she navigates grief and uncovers the circumstances around the loss of a loved one. Mysterious and profoundly personal, City of Gold by Singaporean filmmaker Eze is a solemn and deeply intimate look at the promises and perils of the migrant Singapore Dream.

Produced under the Story Fellowship from BEBESEA in collaboration with New Naratif. Read other stories on our Story Fellowship page.

Credits

Producer & Director: Eze

Camera Operator: Shirree Chee

Co-Editor: Chris Yeo

Starring Pearl Myet Che,

Cherry Khine, and War Lay.

Special thanks to Lee Min-Wei,

Kee Ya Ting, and Ryan Tan.

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