French-Cambodian director Davy Chou's third feature, screening in the Un Certain Regard section, follows a young French woman who seeks a deeper understanding of herself in the country of her birth, South Korea.
This gentle-going watch injects sensitivity and insight into the story of a family’s displacement at the hands of property developers.
Italian producer Roberto Sessa has snapped up rights to bestselling spy thriller “Supernotes” about a CIA-trained Italian intelligence officer who winds up in a Cambodian prison.
Oscar-nominated Cambodian-French director Rithy Panh has a vivid memory of how he first encountered filmmaking. As a young man, Panh had been studying carpentry in Paris and dabbling in painting.
Success of 'White Building' highlights new generation of cinephiles.
Cambodian auteur Rithy Panh imagines an Orwellian world where animals have subjugated humans.
The Cambodian auteur returned to some of the methods of his 2014 Oscar nominee 'The Missing Picture' to craft a searching essay film inspired by various upheavals around the world, including the coronavirus pandemic, political violence in Myanmar and the Jan. 6 riot in the U.S.
Most of Cambodian director Rithy Panh’s family were killed in Khmer Rouge labor camps.
Brooklyn-based arthouse distributor KimStim has acquired North American rights for Cambodian Oscar submission White Building from French sales company Les Film du Losange.
Having filmed Tomb Raider with Angelina Jolie at Angkor Wat, written dozens of travel guides for Lonely Planet and produced videos for the BBC, National Geographic and Cambodia’s Ministry of Tourism, what’s next for Nick Ray, Principal at Phnom Penh-based Hanuman Films?
Kavich Neang’s feature debut White Building has been selected to represent Cambodia in the best international feature film category for the 2022 Academy Awards.
‘White Building’: First Clip For Cambodian Drama, Jia Zhangke Among Producers — Venice Film Festival
Here’s a fun first clip for Venice Film Festival coming-of-age drama White Building, which will get its world premiere at the Venice Film Festival.
American director Jake Wachtel’s debut feature mixes Buddhism and AI to winning effect.
American expat director Jake Wachtel was teaching a film course in Cambodia when inspiration struck for his futuristic reincarnation mystery 'Karmalink.' He then enlisted his two favorite students to star in the film and even help write the script.
The film, ‘Swept Under,’ will investigate the difficulties of assimilation for Southeast Asian refugees.
Venice Critics’ Week to Open With U.S. Director Jake Wachtel’s Cambodia-set ‘Karmalink,’ Full Lineup
The Venice Film Festival’s Critics’ Week has unveiled its lineup of nine international first works, all of them world premieres, with U.S. director Jake Wachtel’s Cambodia-set Buddhist sci-fier “Karamalink,” set as the out-of-competition opener.
Three young men look to forge their own paths in the fast-developing Kingdom of Cambodia in French filmmaker Jessé Miceli’s keenly observed debut feature.
A group of Vietnamese people managed to rescue a 17-year-old boy from southern Vietnam more than three months after he was sold to Cambodia and forced to work for a Chinese online gambling racket.