|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.
Labels: Cambodia Comedy Club, Joel Montague, Meta House, Yon Davy