Directed by Jeffrey A. Dym, 29 min, 2014, English version
Southeast Asia is a home to a number of cities shaped by the history of
colonialism and Phnom Penh, Cambodia’s capital, provides an ideal
case study for exploring the urban colonial encounter.This documentary
examines how French rule shaped Phnom Penh from the late 19th
century to 1930s.
Free entry. All are welcome.