Internationally acclaimed filmmaker Rithy Panh
was born in Cambodia and arrived in Paris after the Khmer Rouge fall in 1979.
I'm honoured to present Rithy Panh
with the Peace Award."
Direcao de Rithy Panh
. Boulogne: Catherine Dussart Productions (CDP), 2013.
It's appropriate, then, that moons--the beacon in the night sky that represented the Cambodian people's only short-lived respite from the backbreaking toil forced on them by Pol Pot's torturous henchmen--appear as a recurring motif throughout Exile (Rithy Panh
(12.) Pasquier B, Pasquier D, N'Golet A, Panh
MH, Couderc P.
Speaking of the programming for this special edition, which this year celebrated its 50th anniversary, Letaief emphasized the importance placed on quality in the selection of the works in the competition, but in the section and space Takmil "producers network" which brought together renowned film personalities such as French-Cambodian producer, Rithy Panh
and the deputy CEO of Orange Studio, Pascal Delarue.
The chapter concludes in Cambodia with a consideration Phnom Penh's infamous Tuol Sleng genocide museum and a laudatory assessment of Rithy Panh
's films on the horrors of the Khmer Rouge years, films that capture both the humanity and inhumanity of the Khmer people.
Tambien esta el filme de Rithy Panh
, La imagen perdida, una pelicula muy bella que funciona como un ensayo personal en cine, que en lugar de usar actores emplea figuras de barro.
a main founder of Bophana Center and the Cambodia Film Commission (CFC) said the Cambodia's film industry back in the 1960s was thriving.
Tout en tournant avec des cineastes confirmes (Jacques Doillon, Olivier Assayas, Patrice Chereau) ou prometteurs (Joachim Lafosse, Ursula Meier), Isabelle Huppert travaille egalement avec des realisateurs asiatiques tels que Rithy Panh
(Un barrage contre le Pacifique), Brillante Ma.
El titulo en frances de este ultimo largometraje de Rithy Panh
, (L'image manquante; Francia-Camboya, 2013) acentua la nocion de necesidad: el ausente no siempre hace falta.
The final section consists of three interviews: with Rithy Panh
, Avi Mograbi and finally Errol Morris, whose searching documentary Standard Operating Procedure (2008) raised important questions about the way the American government dealt with the publication of the infamous Abu Ghraib photographs.