Monday, February 4, 2013
A panel discussion with some interesting journos will be the highlight of the week at Meta House tomorrow evening. At 6pm there's a photographic exhibition opening, Cambodian Requiem, from the book by Tim Page and Horst Faas, followed by a screening of a documentary, Frontline, about the legendary cameraman Neil Davis, killed in Bangkok and then the panel discussion, Cambodia's Past & Present Through the Eyes of the Media, to follow at 8pm. The panel includes Page, himself a veteran war photographer, as well as Roland Neveu, who covered the fall of Phnom Penh in 1975, James Pringle and James Gerrand. Previous panel discussions of this nature have been eagerly snapped up and I expect tomorrow's to be the same. Free entrance helps grease the wheels as well.