Monday, June 25, 2012

Ghost thriller

Yon Davy can be seen in the film, Blood Red Karma
I'm be out and about this week and on the agenda are a few obvious events to highlight. Tomorrow night (Tue) is the monthly Comedy Club Cambodia at Pontoon with a couple of stand-up comedians by the names of  Matt Price and Augustin Dennis booked to work the crowd. $8 admission. On Thursday (28 June) at Meta House, Joel Montague is back in town and is lecturing on one of his unusual hobbies; he has quite a few. This time around the topic its chromos - or collectable trade cards with romantic views of Colonial-era Indochina. His lectures are always informative and interesting. The next night, Friday (29 June) is the first showing of Blood Red Karma, an Italian thriller from director Antonio Nardone, who'll be present for a Q&A session. It involves ghost stories, disappearances and the dark side of Cambodian beliefs. One of the actors is Yon Davy, better known as a leading light amongst the country's contemporary dancers. The 80-minute film starts at 7pm.

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Blogger Andy Brouwer said...

This Sunday (1 July) at 8pm I'm told that The Trap of Saving Cambodia gets a screening at Meta House as well. Its a film that I helped with its its early formation, before the subject matter changed quite dramatically. I've never seen the finished film so I'll definitely be there on Sunday. It's one of those Meta House "under cover of darkness screenings," they do from time to time. Tim Sorel is the filmmaker.

June 27, 2012 at 4:42 PM  

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