• Cine Saturday

    Cine Saturday is a weekly program that aims at raising awareness on our film archives as well as those of private collections. Screenings are free and take place every Saturday at 5pm, in the Bophana Center’s movie theater. Film directors are often invited to meet the public.

  • App Learning

    With the support of the European Union and Rei Foundation Limited, Bophana Center has been developing a smart-device application for learning Khmer Rouge history. Consisting of information validated by Cambodian and international experts in history, this educational app witnesses personal and collective histories of Khmer Rouge regime through diverse audiovisual contents, findings of ECCC and […]

  • Cine Club

    The Cine Club enables young Cambodian film lovers to discover every other Saturday a wide range of movies from all over the world. Movies are always introduced by a special guest, therefore encouraging debates and exchange of ideas. From time to time the Cine Club organizes vocational trainings for careers in filmmaking, such as scriptwriting.

  • Conferences

    Our conferences aim at better understanding Cambodian history, its culture, architecture, traditions as well as its current challenges. They are also dedicated to image analysis and filmmaking.

  • Exhibitions

    Our exhibitions often celebrate our collections. They are also an opportunity to share artistic reflections on the past or, more broadly, on societal and historical issues. In addition to the exhibitions special screenings and conferences are often organized.

  • Acts of Memory

    ACTS OF MEMORY “Learn the past, create the future”​ a series program, co-produce by BOPHANA AUDIOVISUAL RESOURCE CENTER & CAMBODIA LIVING ARTS, that presented by Season of Cambodia. This leading Phnom Penh institutions team up to produce humanities program offering reflections on 40th anniversary of Khmer Rouge. The Acts of Memory will run from Wednesday […]

  • Special Screenings

    Besides Cine Club and Cine Saturday, Bophana Center also organizes irregular-based screenings of Cambodian and non-Cambodian films in relation with special events such as visits of film makers from abroad or seasonal festivals. The screenings are usually followed by Q&A sessions or discussions to allow the audience to share their appreciations as well as for […]

  • Mobile Screenings

    In 2008 we began setting up film screenings throughout Cambodia in order to revive audiovisual memories among those who cannot access them easily. To attract villagers of all ages screenings are usually organized in the town square, the school yard or the pagoda. The films are chosen by our partners and the local communities; and […]

  • CIFF

    This year the 7th Edition, Cambodia International Film Festival (CIFF) will showcase more than 130 films in 9 screening venues in Phnom Penh for six consecutive days, from March 4th to 9th, 2017. The program highlights movies made in or about Cambodia but also a selection of films from the world in diverse formats – short and long fictions, […]

  • Memory!

    Memory! is the first festival in Asia dedicated to film heritage. Its objective is to preserve the memory of cinema and its universal language. While 90 percent of the films produced worldwide before 1929 are definitely lost, Memory Festival aims at enabling the widest possible audience to access this legacy to humanity. Memory’s goal is […]

  • 2nd Indian Cinema Week

    This is the second edition of the Indian Cinema Week which will take place in Phnom Penh from June 22nd through June 26th, 2016. With 14 films and 14 screenings selected, including classics, blockbusters and awarded winning films from India are going to be screened in the prestigious Chaktomuk Theater. The overall selection is very […]