A day in the life of Rithy Panh – in Cambodia Town and Art Theatre

Lindsey Ingram Photography BY: MARTIN WONG ORIGINAL SOURCE: http://www.imprintculturelab.com If you watched last weekend’s Academy Awards, hopefully you noticed that Rithy Panh’s The Missing Picture was nominated for Best Foreign Language Picture. The Cambodian/French co-production is an artful and ingenious retelling of the filmmaker’s surviving the Khmer Rouge and its consideration was a milestone for Read more about A day in the life of Rithy Panh – in Cambodia Town and Art Theatre[…]

and the OSCARS goes to,…

Photo: Valerie Macon/Getty Images “As the world was watching the Oscars to see Hollywood stars in their dresses and who will give the best or worse speeches. Many of us, the supporters of “The Missing Picture,”(the first Cambodian film to be nominated for an Oscar) were glued to the television, watching with great anticipation to Read more about and the OSCARS goes to,…[…]

Live Stream of the Q&A with Rithy Panh at the Long Beach screening of “The Missing Picture”

CTFF was able to honor Rithy with an award. “I think about all the images that were stolen from my parents, and I think about the grandparents and the aunts and the uncles and the cousins that I had never gotten a chance to know. I think about what it means to lose a whole Read more about Live Stream of the Q&A with Rithy Panh at the Long Beach screening of “The Missing Picture”[…]

LA TIMES: Oscar-nominated film on Khmer Rouge hits home for Cambodian Americans

‘The Missing Picture,’ the first film from Cambodia to be nominated for an Oscar, resonates with audience members at a special screening in Long Beach. By Christine Mai-DucMarch 1, 2014, 8:19 p.m. Original Source: LA TIMES Monorom Neth sat in the tiny Long Beach movie theater, gripped by the emotionally wrenching scenes unfolding on the Read more about LA TIMES: Oscar-nominated film on Khmer Rouge hits home for Cambodian Americans[…]