Night of Revolt 3: A Studio Revolt Fundraiser & Screening Event
7pm – 9pm
(or pay what you can)
Phnom Penh, CAMBODIA
This fundraiser event seeks to unite the Phnom Penh community to give for a good cause— for poetry, for film, for art’s sake and for people’s sake. Scheduled on the evening before Kosal Khiev reunites with his long lost father in France, this fundraiser seeks to raise the remaining funds needed to finish the film.
Come and enjoy an evening of art, poetry and films for a great cause!
Anida Yoeu Ali, Kosal Khiev, and Masahiro Sugano will share poetry, clips from “Cambodian Son” and shorts from Studio Revolt. If you know anything about our reputation, then you know we do nothing but excellent work. Don’t miss this event.
In true Studio Revolt style, no one will be turned away and no donation is too small.
If you’ve already donated, no need to contribute further just come on over. If you missed your chance to contribute to the recent IndieGoGo campaign then stop by and give your donation. Whether you have 2000riel or $10, come and see what the fuss is all about.
Since their launch in 2011 Studio Revolt, a collaborative media lab, has become a prominent presence in Cambodia’s contemporary art scene. The media lab serves as a collaborative space for performance artist Anida Yoeu Ali and filmmaker Masahiro Sugano. Together their works open up possibilities for people to exist outside of conventional narratives. Studio Revolt takes it a step further by urging viewers to become participants and stake their claim in this world. With scarce resources and no institutional arts support, Studio Revolt is developing a documentary film project. Cambodian Son is a film that follows the journey of an exiled American spoken word poet, Kosal Khiev, from the streets of Phnom Penh to the stages of London during the 2012 Cultural Olympiad.