My Invisible Life

Presented by Centurion Corporation Limited

A Film by Gateway Arts

My Invisible Life is available as a digital programme for school, corporate and group bookings from January 2023.

Usual Price
$15 per student (for less than 100 students)

$10 per student (for more than 100 students)

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Daniel hates being in the spotlight. His classmate Rina is always trying to make Tik Tok videos with him, but he would much rather blend in than stand out.

Elsewhere in the school, Sanjay feels invisible. He works hard on the construction of the school’s sports complex, but he’s ignored by everyone. In a series of unexpected events, the two young men and their very different worlds collide.

The two find that they have more in common than they realised, but their unlikely friendship comes under pressure when Sanjay is accused of theft. Daniel has to make a difficult choice… to remain invisible or to help his new friend…



Daniel: Clement Yeo

Sanjay: Jaisilan s/o Sathiasilan

Rina: Andrea Joy Alingalan

Kenneth: Lim Wei Wen Wayne

Daniel’s Mother: Serene Chen

Kenneth’s Father: Benjamin Heng

Uncle Ahmad: Rafaat Haji Hamzah

Teacher: Sharon Mah

Screenplay: Jean Tay

Director: Edward Foo

Director of Photography: Jaye Neo

Music Composition & Sound Designer: Daniel Wong

Production Designer: Petrina Dawn Tan

Learning & Engagement Specialist: Peggy Ferroa

Bring Us Together

An original theatrical film by Gateway Arts, My Invisible Life aims to encourage empathy, kindness, mutual respect, while promoting a positive mindset towards different community groups. The film delivers the message that there is a sense of shared humanity, that despite cultural or national differences, we all have common emotions, aspirations, and struggles. Through the film, we hope to reduce stereotypes and bridge the gap between Singaporeans and the migrant workers.

To encourage viewers to initiate social interactions between locals and migrant workers, we have organised “Bring Us Together!” for viewers (youths) to submit their ideas on paper plans, the events they would like to see taking place in 2024 for the migrant workers.

The response was overwhelming, Gateway Arts has received over 150 paper plans and we have shortlisted 50 of them. We would like to invite you to participate in our poll – to vote for the top 10 “Bring Us Together” events you would like to see taking place in 2024 for the migrant workers.

Thank you for your participation. The poll has closed and these are the Top 10 “Bring Us Together” events, as voted by you.

We encourage you to consider these ideas when organising your own event to connect with migrant workers.

The Top 10 "Bring Us Together" Events For Migrant Workers
(According to most number of votes)
1Movie Screening and "Makan"
2Outing to A Tourist Attraction
3Talent Show
4Sunday Picnic
5Games / Sports Event
6Mini Fun Fair
7Get-to-know-migrant-workers Day at the Community Centre
8Buffet Outing
9Christmas Celebration
10Party at HDB Void Deck

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