1. Der Dokumentarfilm "Bonne Nuit Papa" erzählt die Lebensgeschichte des Kambodschaners Dr. Ottara Kem aus der Sicht seiner Tochter Marina Kem. Auf den Spuren seines Lebens gelangt sie immer tiefer in die Geschichte der Ideologiekriege und hin zu ihrer kambodschanischen Familie und Identität.


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  3. In 1993, the United Nations spent nearly two billion pounds in order to bring democracy to Cambodia. But the man who lost those elections was soon back running the country and remains in power today. In July 1997, he staged a daring and bloody coup to overthrow the elected leader.

    Once again, bodies were discovered in Cambodia's fields and forests. Once again, hopes raised by the United Nations were crushed.

    Phil Rees first met Hun Sen nearly a decade earlier and gained rare personal access to this reclusive and secretive leader. The film chronicles the making of Asia's newest strongman in the context of the turmoil that had engulfed Cambodia for the previous three decades.

    The Times (29.11.97) describes the film as "a masterly guide through the jungle of Cambodian politics". "The unhappy nation of Cambodia has produced many fine documentaries, not least John Pilger's angry denunciations of the Pol Pot regime and the failure of Western policy. Phil Rees' report is more measured but no less cogent."

    Photography: Darren Conway
    Picture Editor: Jenny Roberts
    Executive Producer: Fiona Stourton
    Written, produced and directed by Phil Rees

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  4. Cambodia’s lush landscape and friendly faces make it hard to imagine that just 35 years ago, the country was torn apart by genocide. Yet today, its painful past still grips society in so many ways. This documentary follows one organization as they journey alongside the Cambodian people on their long road to restoration.

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  5. À travers le regard de sa famille restée au Cambodge, le réalisateur franco-khmer nous emmène sur un parcours chargé d’émotions. Trente ans après le départ de son père, il découvre un autre Cambodge profondément marqué par son histoire. Ces témoignages décrivent un pays de contradictions qui se tourne vers l’avenir.

    Festival Cinémekong (Phnom Penh), Festival International du Film d'Amiens (FIFA), Festival Filmer à tout prix (Bruxelles), Festival du Film de Famille (Annonay), Coup de coeur à la Péniche cinéma (Paris - La villette)

    Une production du centre Bophana avec l'aide de Rithy Panh


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