I've been invited to a special screening of the documentary In
Search of Camp 32 which will take place in Battambang on Sunday 5 October. Its
an invitation-only event for everyone involved in the making of the
documentary which investigates the story of a remote camp site where
more than 30,000 people were killed at the hands of the Khmer Rouge.
My good friend Sak from Battambang is an integral part of the film, so I will be intrigued to see his involvement, which I understand was quite substantial. Find out more about the film @ http://www.camp32.com/index.html.
the evening of Saturday 6, at 7 pm, Sophiline Arts Ensemble presents a
programme of new and experimental dance, Tompeang Snong Russey. Three
original pieces, drawing on the classical tradition, will have their
Cambodian premiere. Tickets are 10,000 riels and available at the door.
The venue is the Khmer Arts Theater in Takhmao, and a round-trip bus will be running from the city.
Labels: In Search of Camp 32, Sak