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Q&A: Rithy Panh on Exile and dignity

Pou (Uncle) Rithy Panh have educated so many of us with his many films, including the Oscar nominated ‘The Missing Picture’. We were blessed to have him as a producer on ‘First They Killed My Father’ and look forward to seeing his new film,The Exile. read more….

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First They Killed My Father Author Reveals What It Was Like Working with Angelina Jolie’s Kids on Set

Following the Cambodian premiere of Angelina Jolie’s new film First They Killed My Father in Siem Reap, Cambodia Saturday, co-screenwriter, rights activist and author of the book that inspired the movie, Loung Ung, spoke to PEOPLE about what it was like working on set, the challenges of portraying the Cambodian genocide on film and eating tarantulas to lighten the mood among the cast and crew. Read more….

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A moving show on forced marriage

Conveying the complexities – emotional and historical – of forced marriage under the Khmer Rouge through art is no easy task. But the dancers and musicians of the Sophiline Arts Ensemble and Khmer Arts delivered on just that over the weekend to three sold out audiences at Phnom Penh’s Chaktomuk Theatre. Read More…