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Program of Screenings September 2009


Saturday, September 05 - 04:00 pm (105mins)

Panh Cha Por Tévy
Directed by Chhea Nu, 105 mins, 1971, Color, Khmer Version

Understanding that knowledge is the valuable property, both rich and poor people wish to gain it for the daily lives. In the movie a millionaire allows his daughter Tévy to disguise herself as a man in order to participate in the class given by a teacher at Padamok school. Later, the classmates know Tévy a girl. A son of Cham millionaire fall head over heel in love with her but…

Saturday, September 12 - 4:00 pm (56 mins)

Environmental Saturday! With the presence of Mr. Hiek Sopheap, Director of the Association of Buddhists for Environment, Bophana Audiovisual Resource Center brings you three movies about the forest protection in Cambodia.

Community Forestry, Buddhism and Cambodia Heritage
Produced by Association of Buddhists for the Environment, 18 mins, 2006, Color, Original Version with English Subtitles

Forests for our future
Produced by GMS Environment Operations Centre and Asian Development Bank, 26 mins, 2008, Color, Khmer Version

Community Forests Tong Kropoh village
Produced by Forest Mountain Voices, 12mins, 2006,Color, Khmer Version with English Subtitles

Saturday, September 26 - 04:00 pm (40 mins)

With the presence of a representative from Handicap International which is one of the actors of the international campaign against landmine.

[Spotlights on a massacre: 10 films against 100 million antipersonnel land mines]
Produced by: Handicap International (France) and Little Bear (France) and directed by Youssef CHAHINE (Egypt), Jacob VAN DORMAEL (Belgium), Pierre JOLIVET (France), Mathieu KASSOVITZ (France), Pavel LOUNGUINE (Russia), Rithy PANH (Cambodia), Coline SERREAU (France), Volker SCHLÖNDORFF (Germany), Bertrand TAVERNIER (France) et Fernando TRUEBA (Spain).
40mins, 1997, French Version

10 filmmakers mobilize against landmines with Handicap International.



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