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Dec
4
Sun
PROJECTION EVENING EVENTS @ Festival Zone
Dec 4 @ 6:00 pm

Projection Evening Events / Festival Zone

manulife-26.00pm / Marathon Lenses

Come join us for an evening of activities in collaboration with Manulife and a unique coverage of the Angkor Wat International Half Marathon through the eyes of the children from Anjali House.

Made possible through creative collaboration with the First Kindness Festival Cambodia.

 

7.30pm / Festival Projections Programme

Come enjoy more incredible photography with a line-up of 21 photographers, curated by programme coordinator Françoise Callier.

 

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Dec
5
Mon
PROJECTION EVENING EVENTS @ Festival Zone
Dec 5 @ 6:00 pm

Projection Evening Events / Festival Zone 

World Press Photo of the Year. Migrants crossing the border from Serbia into Hu

World Press Photo of the Year. Warren Richardson, Australia. Hope for a New Life, 28 August, Serbia/Hungary Border.

6.00pm / Exhibition Opening / World Press Photo 2016

For the first time, the award winning images of the annual World Press Photo Contest will be on show in Cambodia. Join us at our Festival Zone to hear Laurens Korteweg, Director of Exhibitions and Education for World Press Photo introduce the exhibition.

 

7.30pm / Festival Projections Programme / The Impact Project

Highlighting the better angels of our nature, this themed projection showcase features work from 20 photographers including the Magnum Foundation’s What Works projectabout people, groups and small organisations working to make a positive change on social or environmental issues. Curated by programme coordinator Françoise Callier.

 

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Dec
6
Tue
PROJECTION EVENING EVENTS @ Festival Zone
Dec 6 @ 6:00 pm

Projection Evening Events  / Festival Zone

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© Anders Jiras for Meta House

6.00pm / Exhibition Opening & Theatre Performance  / ‘Lessons from the Past’ & ‘The Courageous Turtle’

‘The Courageous Turtle’ – An educational theatre performance enhancing knowledge of Cambodia’s Pol Pot era. The project was made possible by Phnom Penh arts based centre Meta House and is the basis for the featured Lessons from the Past exhibition.

7.30pm / Festival Projections Programme

Join us under the stars for more amazing photo projects by 20 photographers, curated by programme coordinator Françoise Callier.

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Dec
8
Thu
PROJECTION EVENING EVENTS @ Festival Zone
Dec 8 @ 6:00 pm

Projection Evening Events / Festival Zone 

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© Eleanore Sok

6.00pm / ‘Phnom Penh, A City By Night’

Showcase of ‘Phnom Penh, A City By Night’, in the presence of Chantal Stoman and the workshop participants.

Chantal Stoman’s work focuses on the humanity hidden in the heart of major cities. She continued her project LOST HIGHWAY with VIEWS, in which we find ‘Phnom Penh, A City By Night’. Chantal Stoman, invited by the French Institute in Phnom Penh to become an artist in residence worked with local emerging photographers and students of Studio Images on the ‘Phnom Penh, A City By Night’ workshop, with the aim of helping them to capture their home city by night and rediscover their environment.

Project realised through a residency at Studio Images, on invitation from the French Institute in Phnom Penh, and sponsored by Cambodia Airports.

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The Bambu Stage Theatre Presents ‘SNAP!’
Join us for a journey through Cambodian history told via photography.

150 years ago, the very first photographs were taken of the temples of Angkor. We honour that age by creating a multimedia presentation that leads you through the country’s photographic history with live music, special effects and shorts from old movies.

Presented by local restaurateur and keen historian Seng Leng, SNAP! is an emotional experience as you see and hear the stories of royalty, temples, bicycles and elephants, parties and war and personal memories unique to Cambodia.

Leng has spent months sifting through photographic libraries, spending time at the Wat Damnak Centre for Khmer Studies and asking friends who have their own collections to map the larger arc of Cambodia’s modern history through the photographer’s lens.

Working with Bambu Stage, he has assembled a montage of images and short archival film clips to group them into themes to trace Cambodia’s history from colonialism to independence, the Khmer Rouge struggles and finally, to an era of peace.

 

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© Daesung Lee

7.30pm / Festival Projections Programme /
Guest Curator Showcase, We Alter Nature

Our 2016 Guest Curator Claudia Hinterseer presents 15 eye-opening photography projects examining human impact on the environment in the showcase, ‘We Alter Nature’.

 

 

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Dec
9
Fri
PROJECTION EVENING EVENTS @ Festival Zone
Dec 9 @ 6:00 pm

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© Eli Reed

6.00pm / Exhibition Opening / Eli Reed ‘A Long Walk Home

Magnum photographer Eli Reed introduces his career retrospective works ‘A Long Walk Home’, made possible by the support of the US Embassy in Cambodia

 

7.30pm / Festival Projection Programme

Join us under the stars for more amazing photo projects by 20 photographers, curated by programme coordinator Françoise Callier.

 

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