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.
Ankara has banned the public showing of films and exhibitions related to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender issues.
The short film “Khema,” directed by Hang Sokharo, won the Best Screenplay award at the recent Chaktomuk Film Festival 2017.
The embassy of Japan and the Japan foundation in cooperation with the Ministry of Culture and Fine Arts and the Cambodia-Japan Cooperation Centre held the third Japanese film festival.
Guetty Felin, whose Ayiti Mon Amour, a portrait of a post-quake nation mourning its dead, is announced as the Caribbean country’s first ever entry for the foreign film category at the Oscars.
Zekarias Mesfin spent months making a movie about his dangerous illegal migration from Ethiopia – and when he arrived at the film’s premiere, he was in a coffin carried by six white-gloved pallbearers.
The filmmaker is part of a small Thai community in Phnom Penh living in exile thanks to the Thai junta’s harsh enforcement of the loosely worded les majeste laws.
The series and feature film, aim to raise awareness surrounding mental health issues backed with dose of Cambodian romance and drama, will commence filming next month.
The series and feature film, aim to raise awareness surrounding mental health issues and backed with dose of Cambodian romance and drama, will commence filming next month.
The strength of those domestic receipts has now propelled the film onto industry monitor Box Office Mojo’s all-time 100 list.
Haruo Nakajima, the actor who played Japan’s iconic city-wrecking monster Godzilla in the original 1954 movie, has died.
Rithy Panh’s film aimed at educating about one of the most notorious men in Cambodia’s history.
With the cream of the British army trapped by a lightning German advance into northern France in May 1940, the country’s new leader Winston Churchill was told they would be lucky to get 30,000 men out alive.