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.
The 31st Tokyo International Film Festival has just concluded – but the films screened on the week-long event continue to get rave reviews. Cambodia’s very own ‘Don’t Think I’ve Forgotten: Cambodia’s Lost Rock and Roll’ and ‘In the Life of Music’ were among the most applauded inside Tokyo cinemas.
Over a thousand students from different schools around the country gathered at the Cambodia-Japan Cooperation Center for the screening of the 12 short films of the in-country Asian International Children’s Film Festival 2018.
To mark the International Youth Day 2018, the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) and the UN Youth Advisory Panel screened three short films that focused on the theme on the perceptions of Cambodian youth on sex.
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.
The Ministry of Culture and Fine Arts on Monday launched the Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum Archives Preservation and Digitization Project.
Media expert Susanne Marschall tells Deutsche Welle why – and how different people can perceive colours differently.