Directed by Phally Ngoeum & Namratha Thomas, 2016, Khmer Version

Sokha is a 14- year-old Phnom Penh based daughter of Vietnamese immigrant parents. Due to their family’s socio-economic status they are barely able to make ends meet, let alone being able to send Sokha to school. Sokha instead goes to Tiny Toones, a vocational school that recruits children from the poorest slums of Phnom Penh to engage and educate them in breakdancing, Khmer, English and computing. Sokha dreams to be able to go to school one day like other kids, but as she puts, “what can I do when I come from a poor family?”

Film screening is in a partnership between Cambodian Living Arts and Bophana Audiovisual Resource Center.

This screening followed by an interactive workshop “Exploring our Cambodian identities” facilitated by Women Peace Makers. Khmer Language

Free admission

  • September 19, 2018 · 2:30 pm
  • Bophana Center
  • Special Screening