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Wednesday, 31 May 2017 04:43

Khmer Mekong Films and the WSD Handa Center for Human Rights and International Justice at Stanford University are excited this week to launch a new film competition with generous support from the British Embassy in Phnom Penh. The competition is called the 'Legacy Film Lab' (ភាពយន្តស្តីពីកេរដំណែល), and they are seeking applications from young Cambodians to create short films looking at the legacy or impact of the ECCC and Khmer Rouge history on Cambodia today.

It's a great opportunity for young people to produce their own film with the assistance of mentors at Khmer Mekong Films, receive a stipend for their work, and have the chance to win big prize money (first prize offers over USD$1000) and also have their films shown on Cambodian television and at events overseas.

How to submit:

There is more information and details on how to apply available on the dedicated website and Facebook page.

The competition is open to any Cambodians under the age of 30 who are interested in film and Cambodian history. Applications are due at the link above by 30 June 2017.

Public info session on the application process will be held at Bophana Center at 4:30pm on Wednesday, 7 June.












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