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  • Screen Shot 2016-06-03 at 2.58.54 PMTravel Grant for Indonesia-based Workshop Participants

    We are pleased to announce the launch of the Angkor Travel Grant to provide financial assistance to Indonesia-based photographers who have been selected for the 12th Angkor Photo Workshops.

    Initiated and generously sponsored by well known photographer Andri Tambunan, the grant will provide…

  • Submissions_WebFeaturedNOW OPEN: 2016 Call for Submissions

    We are pleased to officially launch our 2016 Call for Submissions! We are looking for photographers from all over the world to submit work for the Festival Programme of our 12th Edition, to be held this year from 3rd – 10th December 2016 in Siem Reap, Cambodia. Our call is open to all ages and…

  • CA305221Sergine Laloux’s journey to Tibet

    Sergine Laloux’s fascination with Tibet started 12 years ago, when she made a trip to Lhosa for its New Year activities. If wasn’t until more than a decade later that she would return to Tibet, travelling to its remote regions on a 3 1/2 week journey. The objective of the trip was to explore and…

  • RONY6630Children’s Day!

    Thanks to everyone who joined us yesterday! Children’s Day is always a highlight of the Angkor Photo Festival, and a good day of fun, laughter and creativity. Of course, it was extra special this year because we had it at the circus!
    The event started with the Phare performers teaching the kids…

  • ©Chang Chao-Tang02IPA Hong Kong and Taiwan Showcase

    Guest curator, Kevin WY Lee, shines a light on photography from Hong Kong and Taiwan with a special slideshow projection tonight.

    “When talking about photography from East Asia, we usually reference works from Japan and China. But photographers from Hong Kong and Taiwan are little known outside…

  • Laura Lalvee_DSC_2360Left Three Days – Remissa Mak

    When the Khmer Rouge took control of the capital in 1975, they issued an announcement to Phnom Penh residents to vacate the city for three days. Mak Remissa, who was 7 at that time, remembers his family denying the orders and hiding in their house to wait it out. He recalls peeping out through a…

  • ©IreneYap_CA035645 (1)Greenlight Series: Kiribati by Vlad Sokhin

    Kiribati is slowly disappearing underwater. This tiny Pacific nation with only 100,000 inhabitants is facing a crisis brought on by the changes in weather patterns. Faced with soil erosion, soil salinisation and extreme weather patterns, these effects from climate change are threatening the health,…

  • ©Palani Mohan01_Getty ImagesHunting With Eagles by Palani Mohan

    When Palani Mohan was a 17-year-old photographer with the Sydney Morning Herald, he came across a photograph of a man standing on the mountain edge with a golden eagle on his arm. The image stayed with him for a very long time.

    Years later, now based in Hong Kong, he jumped at an opportunity to…

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