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Friday September 05
 
Movie Documentary: S-21 Stories 

16:00 at Meta House
The dark days at Tuol Sleng (S-21) will be revealed in Steven Okazaki’s Oscar-nominated short documentary The Conscience of Nhem En. Two short films – Bou Meng and Chum Mey – by Cambodian directors which portray the experiences of two of the only seven known survivors,.
 
Exhibition: Hello Sally!

18:00 at The Planation – Urban Resort & Spa, Street 184
The Plantation is showcasing 17 abstract paintings by the Cambodian artist, Em Riem entitled “Hello Sally!” – his latest collection.
 
Comedy Show: “Mixed Troubles”

19:30 at the Himawari Hotel
“Mixed Troubles” – a play about politics, love and tennis – will be performed at the Himawari on September 5th and 6th at 19:30 with a matinee performance at 14:30 on the 6th.
 
Saturday September 06
 
Punk vs Metal

From 21:00 – 23:45 at Sharky Bar
Cambodia’s finest punk & metal bands will be performing at the Sharky Bar for a fierce night of distortion, amplification, and expressionism.
 
Evening Dance – “Tompeang Snong Russey”

19:00 at Khmer Arts Theater (Takmao) Entrance fee: 10,000 riel. 
Sophiline Arts Ensemble will present three new and experimental dances from emerging choreographers. 
Round-trip bus service is available – departure from Phnom Penh Center for an additional 10,000 riel.
 
Sunday September 07
 
Documentary: Villagers as Filmmakers

19:00 at Meta House
Nou Va, co-director of the documentary, We Want (U) to Know, will be available for a Q&A about the film. The movie is a product of Cambodian villagers who filmed their experiences after the Khmer Rouge period.
 
Classical Concert

20:00 at Meta House
The ninth in the Classical Concert Series will feature court music from France and Germany. It will be performed by Steve Retallick (violoncello) and Anton Isselhardt (flute). The admission fee is $8.

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