A Cambodian Spring is an intimate and unique portrait of three people caught up in the chaotic and often violent development that is shaping modern day Cambodia.
Shot over 6 years, the film charts the growing wave of land rights protests that led to the ‘Cambodian spring’ and the tragic events that followed. This film is about the complexities and costs both political and personal, of fighting for what you believe in.
Running Time: 2hrs 8mins
BBFC Advice: 15
Director(s): Christopher Kelly
Country of Origin: UK & Cambodia
Year of release: 2017
Language(s): In Khmer with English subtitles
Tue 29 May
Tuesday 22 May, 17:30
The second event in our monthly Frontline series will explore the challenges and complexities of protest under authoritarian rule depicted in Chris Kelly’s powerful documentary A Cambodian Spring.
This screening will be accompanied by a discussion with director Chris Kelly and the human rights campaigner Monk Venerable Sovath.