DEPORTED TO A THEATER NEAR YOU A cinematic journey into deportation and filmmaking in Cambodia View Trailer of “Cambodian Son” Here Director Masahiro Sugano of Studio Revolt embarks on a special North American educational/promotional tour of “Cambodian Son,” his new feature documentary that follows the journey of an exiled American spoken word poet, Kosal Khiev, […]
Anida Yoeu Ali’s “The Buddhist Bug Project” made some good noise at the annual art fair ART STAGE SINGAPORE 2014 held from Jan 16 – 19, 2014. I was honored to be there on behalf of JavaArts Gallery here in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. The BBug definitely made a great impact at Art Stage with hundreds […]
A serpent goddess arrives on earth to live among humans. Contemporary and ancient storytelling techniques blend to give a new twist to this modern day metaphor for displacement and the journey to self-discovery.
From Sept 12 – Oct 4, 2012, Mr. Chhay embarks on a 9-city screening tour in the USA to bring the film to Cambodian American and refugee communities across the country. Cambodian filmmaker Mr. Chhay Bora and his wife, co-writer and actress, Ms. Kauv Sotheary used their 15 years life savings to produce, “Lost Loves (2012),” the first historical film based on the memory of his mother-in-law during the Cambodian genocide.
Kosal Khiev Selected from 6,000 Nominated Poets to Represent Cambodia as Cultural Olympiad in London 2012
April 18, 2012 Kosal Khiev Selected from 6,000 Nominated Poets to Represent Cambodia as Cultural Olympiad in London 2012 PHNOM PENH, CAMBODIA – From 6,000 nominated poets, Kosal Khiev has been selected as a Cultural Olympiad to represent Cambodia in the Poetry Parnassus event in London 2012. Poetry Parnassus is the largest gathering of international […]
A community response to the White House officials’ refusal to acknowledge “My Asian Americana” as the official contest winners despite the video winning the highest public vote. The event, a staged dinner and award ceremony, was a platform for exiles and their supporters to speak freely about the issue.
Confined to reflect upon his mistakes, regrets, and sorrows, the poem is an interrogation on his life choices as much as it is an indictment on a flawed justice system.
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September 9, 2011 Meta House Phnom Penh Film Works by Studio Revolt #37, Sothearos Blvd. FREE! With live pin peat orchestra 7PM: Studio Revolt, a new collaborative media lab by Anida Yoeu Ali and Masahiro Sugano, invite you to a film screening event of motion imagery and performance works. Their works open up possibilities for people to exist […]