2012 Festival Programme: Post Archives
Day 6!

Day 6!

Here are some photos from Pablo Bartholomew’s exhibition opening last night! This is a brand new location for us, and we hope to return again next year to the lovely gardens of Ecole Française d’Extrême-Orient for another event!

Day 4!

Day 4!

We’ve been having portfolio review sessions every afternoon now – a big thank you to all the reviewers who have stepped forward to volunteer, and a big gigantic THANK YOU to Andrea Star Reese, who has been helping us to manage and coordinate the crowds!

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Creation Grant Projects

Creation Grant Projects

During the Covid-19 pandemic, we launched the Creation Grants initiative to provide micro-grants to photographers in Asia, many of whom were facing severe loss of job opportunities and financial income.  Over three rounds, we were able to provide micro-grants to...

News & Happenings

19th Edition: Incoming!

Our 19th Edition returns from from 19th to 28th January 2024! Join us in Siem Reap for our annual festival, and if you're an emerging photographer from Asia, our Angkor Photo Workshops is now officially open for applications!  Stay tuned via our newsletter for...

Open Open Call 2022/23

We welcome all photographers and lens-based practitioners to submit your projects for the festival’s projections programme, to be shown at our upcoming 18th Edition in Siem Reap, Cambodia, in January 2023. This call is open to all forms of lens-based work, including...

Processes in Visualising Research/Stories

This short course lightly touches on visual anthropology. By helping participants to learn how to notice their own subjectivities, personal stories and social constructs, participants will come to a clearer understanding of their position as researchers/storytellers...

Exhibition 101

Go through through the fundamentals of presenting your work as an exhibition! What are the ways of creating a compelling narrative with space and materials? Participants will also get a chance to create an exhibition plan for an existing project. This two-session...

Documentaries from RESYNC

RESYNC, the 3-month hybrid program by the School of Slow Media has concluded with 65 people producing 20 short documentaries across 10+ cities across the world! We are proud to be a supporter of this initiative – watch the films now on their Vimeo channel.