“Fathers”, is submitted to 93rd Academy Awards for Best International Feature Film.
This Life Cambodia (TLC) has released a new campaign-oriented short film addressing gender-based violence, which has already gained one million views in Cambodia.
Supposing that you were single, would you embrace your singlehood and freedom or would you never stop looking for a partner?
Finally, the children who dream of becoming professional wrestlers have a film reflecting their passion, and it is ‘The Main Event’.
The film comes two years after the ending of the popular TV series, Diary of Tootsies, and everyone’s lives are getting more complicated.
The plot is centred on a principled and persistent journalist, Elena McMahon, played by Hathaway, who starts the film in El Salvador being chased by a band of Nicaraguan rebels.
The latest film about the dinosaur-like destroyer uses a winning formula that harkens back to older Godzilla films. While smashing and dashing the world around him, the Japanese monster has symbolised different things.
In Cambodia’s film industry, where youth and fitness are prioritised, it is rare to see an actor or actress who remains active in his or her 40s. Only a few of them are still enjoying the limelight, as most of the attention have been given to who’s young and who’s in.
The 72nd Cannes Film Festival boasts big-name directors from Quentin Tarantino to Pedro Almodovar – plus plenty of fresh faces. Running May 14-25.
Ever wish you could rant about a film’s blatant sexism to more than just your family and friends?
A black superhero action flick. A film about an indigenous maid in Mexico. A portrayal of a gay, immigrant rock star. Spike Lee’s first Oscar.
The Year of the Pig is a lucky year for the local film industry as one of our own films will soon be screening in cinemas around Asia.
This is an interactive film where you make choices which can alter the story. Throughout your viewing there will be choices presented at the bottom of the screen.
Renowned female director and screenwriter Poan Phoung Bopha once again creates a story that all Cambodians can relate to.
It was in 2012 when the Preventing Sexual Violence Initiative (PSVI) was founded by former Foreign Secretary Lord William Hague of Richmond and United Nations Special Envoy of the High Commissioner for Refugees, Angelina Jolie.
The nation’s film industry is in peril without government support, says Phoung Bopha.
The Ministry of Culture and Fine Arts organised the 2nd Cambodia National Short Film Festival last week to inspire and encourage talented Cambodian youths to use filmmaking in delivering relevant and significant messages to the society.
Aiming to deepen the friendship between Japan and other Asian nations, Tokyo International Film Festival continues to offer a venue for filmmakers and film enthusiasts across the region to gather and connect.
Now on its seventh year, the Chaktomuk Short Film Festival continues to serve as a platform for young filmmakers to showcase their creativity in motion pictures. The film festival was initiated by the Sunflower Film Alliance in 2012.
In his new documentary, Oscar winner Michael Moore takes on Donald Trump, the US electoral system and growing social inequality, writes DW’s Rachel Stewart. ‘Fahrenheit 11/9’ opened last week in cinemas across North America.
LeBron James and director/producer Ryan Coogler are teaming up to make a long anticipated new “Space Jam” film.
Yemenis file into a makeshift cinema for the first time since fighting broke out in their city of Aden more than three years ago – and watch some of their own story reflected back at them on the projector screen.
Shooting a film on tourism and investment in Cambodia has began.
Culture Ministry to ease for local and foreign production houses to filming in Cambodia.
Several local and international films about Khmer Rouge have been shown in the past years.
The local film industry continues to create waves in and out of the country. Many films and filmmakers have been recognised for their impressive creativity and social relevance.
An espionage thriller with a cinematic flair – that’s ‘In Darkness’.
After the success of Viplas/Rachana, another film that focuses on mental problems and the stigma and misrepresentations that surround it will soon hit the cinemas.
The movie was based on the book “La Planète des singes” by French author Pierre Boulle, who wrote the work in 1963 after reportedly observing the human-like behaviour of gorillas at the zoo.
Some film critics are calling it the best Marvel movie so far; others say it’s a correction after years of neglecting minority talent in Hollywood.