Last Friday, Bophana Audiovisual Resource Center presented the first films of the ‘Amplifying Voice for Indigenous Women and Discriminated Groups’ in front of over a hundred spectators.
Francis Ford Coppola, who was born in Detroit on April 7, 1939, had a career that could have easily been the topic of a movie in itself. He was for years one of the most influential and commercially successful directors, but also faced disastrous box office flops that brought financial ruin.
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.
French-Cambodian filmmaker and multitalented artist Sok Visal recognises the creativity of Cambodian people in making movies.