FILMMAKERS specialising in children’s videos from across the region were celebrated in a grand ceremony at Sofitel Phnom Penh Phokeethra on Nov 30, in an event dubbed the third Southeast Asia Video Festival for Children (SEAVFC).
THE number of filmmakers of short films has been on the upswing every year, based on the record number for Chaktomuk Short Film Festival.
Cambodia’s rich history, culture and arts have given us a myriad of stories to tell. The booming local film industry is a proof to that.
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.
Culture Ministry to ease for local and foreign production houses to filming in Cambodia.
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.
A report shows digital platforms are a viable way for local singers to market content.
Most of us are movie fanatics. We wait for the release of our favourite films and sequels, and march to cinemas to get the first tickets.
Filmmakers in Egypt are defying a largely conservative society with television series and movies that deal with modern relationships between men and women and the empowerment of the young.
The pain of Cambodia’s past has, for so many times, become a favourite subject of filmmakers who want to delve deep into the sufferings during the Khmer Rouge regime.
Since 2009, the Cambodia International Film Festival has brought new insights to Cambodians, including students and movie fans, as well as movie stars and filmmakers themselves.
The two grim tales left award jurors at the 22nd Busan International Film Festival concerned that modern cinema was heading “towards visions of darkness and desperation”.
After achieving success with its short-film competition for Season I, SOYO has officially announced the competition for Season II, which is open to all filmmakers.