Edward Burtynsky is a Canadian photographer renowned for his large-scale colour photographs of landscapes affected by industries such as mines, quarries and refineries.

This documentary by Jennifer Baichwal follows Burtynsky as he photographs in China, from massive manufacturing plants in Guangdong to the Three Gorges Dam on the Yangtze River. The deliberate slowness of the film mimics Burtynsky’s contemplative method of photographing with a large-format camera.

Rating: General
Producer: Zeitgeist Films
Running Time: 86 mins

Screening 1:
26 Oct, Time: 8pm – 9.30pm

Screening 2:
30 Oct, Time: 4.30pm – 6pm*
* Ends with a commentary discussion

Screening Details
Venue: Video Room at 8Q, Singapore Art Museum
Ticket Sales: $12 per ticket
Limited Seats: 60pax
Student/Retirees: $8 each**

** A refund will be made at the actual day of screening.

Limited no.of ticket available at the entrance of video room half an hour before screening.
Once your booking has been processed, tickets cannot be refunded or exchanged.

To register: log on to SIPF website