JJ Lin's film took 455 days to film in S'pore and other countries

1 July 2016 / 3 months 3 weeks ago

Tracy Low
The New Paper
Wednesday, Jun 29, 2016

Local singer-songwriter JJ Lin premiered his first music documentary film, If Miracles Had A Sound, on Monday to over 1,000 students at Tsinghua University in Beijing.

The 35-year-old, who is based in Taipei, took 455 days to shoot the 100-minute project in various countries such as the US, Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong and Taiwan.

Grammy winner Jason Mraz also appears in the documentary as a surprise guest.

It captures Lin's inner struggles and thoughts when he first started pursuing music as a career and also showcases his sincere attitude towards creating music.

He hopes that his own experience will allow people to have the courage to pursue their own dreams.

If Miracles Had A Sound will premiere on July 7 at 12pm on Lin's official YouTube channel.

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