FFF2022: Grey Scale
Evelyn Teh, Urban Planning Researcher and Filmmaker
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Grey Scale is a film told through the eyes of filmmaker Evelyn Teh's 79-year-old aunt, who is living alone and growing old in a gentrifying neighbourhood, and whose hardships became more evident because of COVID-19. The story presents the quiet struggles among the elderly in their quest towards independent and dignified ageing, and we speak to Evelyn to discuss her film that is part of this year's Freedom Film Festival, and the issues presented in it. FFF 2022 will screen films that bring diverse and critical perspectives on the theme of Pandemik Dua Darjat or Pandemic of Inequality, that are often missing from the mainstream.
Image credit: Freedom Film
Produced by: Juliet Jacobs
Presented by: Juliet Jacobs
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Categories: Law/Activism, performing arts, film, Family/Parenting
Tags: Grey Scale, inclusive design, freedom film festival, #FreedomFilmFest2022, #FreedomFilmFest, #PandemikDuaDarjat, #DareToDocument, films for social change, covid-19, gentrification, ageing population, urban design,