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GETSEA Simulcast Film Screening of Indigenous Cambodian Filmmakers

On April 9th from 4:00 pm-5:30pm the Center for Asian Studies, in partnership with GETSEA and the Bophana Institute will present a unique Simulcast Film Screening of short films by Indigenous Cambodian filmmakers, each weaving a narrative around the themes of healing, memory, and care.  The screening will be held in Humanities 135.

This event is a part of the International Decade of Indigenous Languages initiative, aimed at celebrating and preserving the linguistic diversity and cultural heritage of indigenous communities.

Dull Trail (2020): Delve into the Bunong language through the lens of directors KHON Raksa, PEOU Mono & CHOEY Rickydavid. A journey through time, memory, and the unspoken narratives of the Bunong community.

My Wish (2021): Directed by KASOL Sinoun, this Jarai language film offers a unique perspective on the dreams and aspirations rooted deep within indigenous traditions and modern-day challenges.

Trung (2022): Khamnhei HEA brings to life a story in the Karvet language, capturing the essence of indigenous identity and the quest for self-discovery.

Alive Skin (2022): A collaborative masterpiece by Veasna OEM & Vantha RAT in the Khmer language, exploring the intricate relationship between individuals, communities, and their environments.

Co-Sponsored by the Center for Asian Studies and the Center for Native American and Indigenous Studies (CNAIS).