Films are created for certain purposes. Some are created to entertain; some to inform. There are some that are created to raise social issues or to push forth an advocacy.
Cambodia’s acclaimed filmmaker Rithy Panh has produced yet another emotional masterpiece through his ‘Graves Without A Name’. This latest documentary gives a more moving and intimate take on the historic Khmer Rouge regime.
Australian filmmaker James Ricketson left Cambodia for his home country last night after being pardoned by royal decree and released on Friday, according to his lawyer.
Australian filmmaker James Ricketson, who was sentenced to six years in prison on in 2017 after being found guilty of espionage and collecting information considered prejudicial to the national defence, has been pardoned by royal decree.
Phnom Penh Court sentences Australian filmmaker James Ricketson to six years in prison for collecting “prejudicial” information.
Deputy prosecutor suggested the Australian filmmaker also be convicted of treason.
Phnom Penh Municipal Court is today set to wrap up the espionage trial of Australian filmmaker James Ricketson.
Jailed Australian filmmaker James Ricketson again denies accusations of espionage during his trial at Phnom Penh Court.
Jailed Australian filmmaker James Ricketson again denied accusations of espionage during his trial at Phnom Penh Municipal Court.
Phnom Penh Court deputy prosecutor questions Australian filmmaker James Ricketson about his connection to Sam Rainsy
Phnom Penh Muncipal Court deputy prosecutor Sieng Sok today questioned Australian filmmaker James Ricketson about his connection to former opposition leader Sam Rainsy.
Phnom Penh Court holds a second day espionage trial against Australian filmmaker James Ricketson.
Phnom Penh Court begins its espionage trial against Australian filmmaker Ricketson.
Phnom Penh Municipal Court today began its espionage trial against Australian filmmaker James Ricketson, who was charged over the collection of information deemed detrimental to the country’s national security last year.
Several local and international films about Khmer Rouge have been shown in the past years.
Phnom Penh Municipal Court postpones a hearing for detained Australian journalist and filmmaker James Ricketson.
Phnom Penh Municipal Court today postponed a hearing for detained Australian journalist and filmmaker James Ricketson after his new lawyer said he had not finished studying the complaint documents.
Detained Australian journalist and filmmaker James Ricketson has writes a letter of apology to Prime Minister Hun Sen.
An American cameraman who died in a jail in the Philippines suffered trauma.
DJane Sao Sopeak is well-known in the Phnom Penh underground music scene. She’s also a renowned filmmaker, championing the causes of marginalised women. Eileen McCormick caught up with a more relaxed DJane to get her views on fashion and style.
Romantic fantasy “The Shape of Water” won the best picture Oscar on Sunday, the film industry’s most prestigious honour, on a night where themes of female empowerment and activism almost overshadowed the awards.
Legendary filmmaker James Ivory won the first Oscar of his storied career for his screenplay of “Call Me By Your Name,” a sensual tale of first love set in sun-drenched 1980s Italy.
Disney animation chief John Lasseter said on Tuesday he is taking a six-month leave of absence after acknowledging in an internal memo that he had made staff feel “disrespected or uncomfortable”.
Budding filmmaker Yun Ranuth has won many awards for his short films, but he has had less success winning an academic scholarships to study abroad.