TMVC’s 75 minute documentary LOST IMAGES featuring the Ivan Polunin archive received praise from Singaporeans after its Premiere on Okto on Aug 10 2009.
Mr. Errol Goodenough wrote:
“On Monday night, TV channel Okto telecast a remarkable MDA-sponsored documentary, ‘Lost Images’. Every Singaporean ought to view the production which is splendid. However I know that many missed the opportunity, possibly because of the lack of publicity. I am not sure if there will be a re-telecast on local channels…It remains for me to congratulate the MDA and the agency which produced ‘Lost Images’ for realising and making available such a rare gem. Thank you.”
Ms. Mary-Ann P. wrote:
“My fiance and I have been dazzled by the Lost Images segment on TV. I’d also like to take this opportunity to thank you and your company for making these wonderful shows available to us. I wasn’t born in that era,but knowing the history of my country deepens my love for it. And a thunderous applause to Dr Ivan Polunin too, for taking all those valuable footages. It’s simply amazing…” девочку ебут
Joshua T. wrote:
“I would like to commend on your show “Lost Images” last night…(I) was deeply touched by it and was impressed at the quality of the show. It really showcased videos and interviews which are priceless and are worth keeping for generations to come.”
Thanks to everyone for their kind words.
LOST IMAGES will be re-telecast and released on DVD with an accompanying website where you can find out more about Ivan Polunin’s amazing collection of films. Accompanying the show’s release is the I, Polunin Exhibition which is running at the National University of Singapore Museum from now through 3 Jan 2010. See details here.