What: “Asian-French Short Film Special Screening”
When: “June 28th, from 5:00 pm to 8:30 pm”
Where: “Institut français du Cambodge or French Institute of Cambodia” (formerly known as “Alliance/សាលាបារាំង”)
Why: “To showcase Asian-French film making talents and serve as a mutual learning forum for Asian-French young filmmakers”
Who: “Everybody can attend this screening, especially those who missed CSFC short films (in entire length) and want to learn about short films”
How: “FREE of charge”
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- Break with FilmCampKH 2013 video roll (6:00 pm - 15 mn – with refreshments)
She is gone. Storyline: This is the short film that say about a man who find his lovely girlfriend along the sea. Because of argument, Samot run away from Mr. Rotha. Rother try to find her everywhere but he doesn’t see her. In the end, he found only her shoes at the beach.
Woman on the beach. storyline: One day on the beach, a woman who suffered from the loss of her love one, draws herself away from the world with no satisfaction in her life but then, she realizes that nothing lasts forever and finally found a way to live again.
Storyline: This movie is about a boy who loves his bicycle dearly, but one day because it breaks down, he throws it away. But how can a person throw away a dear thing he/she can’t be separated from?
Synopsis: The Empty won Best Cambodian Film at Chaktomouk Film Contest in 2011, about a girl who finds emptiness when her love is gone. Is that true for all people to lose themselves when love is lost?
Synopsis: The silent film by director Polen Ly tells the journey to save the dear dog Iva of the poor girl named Ari. She considers Iva a friend. However, due to debt, her family resigns themself to selling Iva to a man. Unable to cope with the thought of her friend being killed for food, Ary hastily runs to that man. Ary doesn’t expect that, at the same time, there is another girl watching the poor dog’s fate. With a dramatic and touching story as well as wonderful performances from the child actors, Iva sends a deep message about love, friendship and sacrifice.
Director: Polen LY, Starring: Tony (dog), Kimhouy Aim, Leakhena Pov, Vanny Hul, Length: 15 mins 34s
- Mother Never Cries – 15 mn – Vietnam – 2013′s Best Southeast Asian Film (CSFC)
Synopsis:A visitor’s camera is stolen while he is photographing Cambodian street life. A young Cambodian and her companion pursue the thieves, recover the camera and return it to him.
Director: Kavei HAN, Starring: Oum Tharoth, San Angkor Reach Van, Etienne Terpant, Yim Mono, Sok Soeurn, Chea Sophany, Ros Cheat, Vy Tara, Souphoan
- Koh Ker – 3 mn – Special documentary teaser by Khmer Film Foundation
An improvised story set against the abandoned buildings of Kep, a coastal city for holiday makers in 1960s. Kep Secret explores the memory of these ruined homes through the eyes of a young boy. Re-imagining his playground for the first time the boy relives, through sound, the ghosts of excess and war.
Director PRUM SEILA Producer MARTIN POTTER Line Producer SITHEN SUM Sound Design SOK CHAN VEASNA Camera POLEN LY & KOAM CHANRASMEY Editor & Sound Recordist RITHEA PICHITH
Pheakdey is a kid at the neighborhood of Kep town. He found a letter in a wall of an abandoned house hiding by a director and a cameraman. A tuning of old radio takes him though time and spaces of the house.
This story said about the woman who went to the sea to review her last sweet memory with her boyfriend. First time, she didn’t take care it and at last she has regret.
Synopsis: Its premier screening was held at FilmCampKH in March, 2013. A girl falls for her senior badly. She follows him every where and gets tangled in a lovely secret relationship with him without actually meeting each in person. They write to each other by sticking their letters to each other openly on the tree. She hopes that one day he will come out and confess his love to her. But it suddenly takes a different turn.