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By Valentina Riccardi
The Memory! International Film Heritage Festival that took place on 1-9 June in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, was the first festival in the region with a precise focus on film restoration.
By Sali Sasaki (佐々木 沙梨)
The third interview for By People / In Cities: Phnom Penh invites Fred Frumberg, Founder and Executive Director of Amrita Performing Arts, a non-profit organisation working to preserve and revive ...
By Sarah Richardot
Cambodian cinema is yet to come out of its historical crisis of the 70’s. Cinema in this tiny part of the world suffered systematic dismantling at the hand of Khmer ...
The second interview for By People / In Cities: Phnom Penh invites Mirana Randriananja to share her views on Cambodian art and culture. and reflect on the current transformations taking ...
The first interview for By People / In Cities: Phnom Penh invites Maria Fernandez Sabau to share her views on Cambodian art and culture. She is a culture expert currently ...
Today, Phnom Penh is a city in evolution with multiple faces, and which thrives to draw new chapters that can heal wounds, sustain collective memories of the past, revive cultural ...
By Claire Wilson
culture360.org contributor Chum Chanveasna sat down with John Shapiro, Executive Director and Co-Founder of Khmer Arts and its importance in the Cambodian arts scene.
While attending the festival, the culture360.org coordinator Valentina Riccardi, exchanged some views with its Asia coordinator Jessica Lim on past and future directions of the Festival.
By Bharti Lalwani
Poised to open in 2013, The National Art Gallery, Singapore (TNAGS) aims to provide a regional and cultural framework with a strong Southeast Asian focus.
By Vanini Belarmino
AMRITA Performing Arts is an NGO based in Cambodia. Its primary objective is to promote and sustain the preservation of traditional Cambodian performing arts.
By Anjali Devidayal
The 4th Fukuoka Asian Art Triennale was held in Japan in commemoration with the 10th anniversary of the Fukuoka Asian Art Museum. The exhibition included artists from 21 Asian countries.
Asia-Pacific Weeks 2009 successfully hosted more than 150 parallel events in business, science, culture and society at the different spots in Berlin.
By Sasiwimon Wongjarin
The Regional Dance Summit that took place in Jakarta last August 2009, was organised by Goethe-Institut Jakarta, Indonesia.
By Kerrine Goh
This month SEA-Images talks with Franck Priot, the Deputy Director of Film France, who just came back from Cambodia where he worked on a two-week cooperative mission to assist the ...
By Jérémy Segay
Discussion with Kirill Konin, the director of the Refugee Film Festival, who recently visited Paris.
Thirty years after the Khmer Rouge genocide, remembering and reflecting is essential so that Cambodian society can envision the future with serenity.