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The world premiere of Angelina Jolie’s highly anticipated film First They Killed my Father is set for February 18 in Siem Reap, seven months before its release on Netflix.

Wed, 4 January 2017

Health, wellbeing and beauty supplement

Post Plus presents our annual health, wellbeing and beauty supplement.

Rabbi Bentzion Butman poses inside the Chabad House facilities earlier this month. Cristina Maza
Thu, 29 December 2016

Bringing Judaism to the Kingdom

While a highly commercialised and religious version of Christmas is slowly achieving a higher profile, in Buddhist-majority Cambodia Hanukkah remains an understandably low-key affair.

Much of Angkor Awakens is focused on young Cambodians, as shown in this still from the film. Photo supplied
Tue, 20 December 2016

Angkor Awakens puts a spotlight on nation’s youth

American filmmaker Robert H Lieberman’s documentary Angkor Awakens premieres in Cambodia tonight, with a set of screenings scheduled at Phnom Penh’s Meta House this week.

Dancers perform an aesthetic representation of marine life at Tuesday’s exhibition. The Sea Project
Fri, 25 November 2016

‘Sea Project’ raises awareness for marine life

Fashion, make-up and marine ecology made for an unusual though highly effective combination on Tuesday night at a one-night exhibition at Will’s Brunch Café.

The Batbangers perform on Friday during the Kampot Writers and Readers Festival.
Mon, 7 November 2016

Kampot’s second writers festival builds on success

The second edition of the Kampot Writers and Readers Festival (KWRF) wrapped up yesterday, bringing to an end four days of continuous cultural and literary activities.

Some of the artwork created by Leang Seckon, in his studio last week.
Mon, 31 October 2016

Foreign influences on country focus of exhibit

A series of 11 mixed-media paintings by contemporary artist Leang Seckon will be unveiled tonight at Java Cafe and Gallery.

In 2015, 65 million people were forced out of their homes by conflict and persecution, fleeing alone or with their families to an unknown future. The exhibition offers a glimpse into the reality of forced migration. Opening night will also feature two powerful short documentaries on the topic of conflict-driven displacement: 53 Moons and White Helmets. Photo supplied
Thu, 20 October 2016

Local exhibit highlights the plight of refugees in Europe

Exodus, an exhibition opening tonight at Cloud, offers a window into the European migration crisis through the perspectives of three photographers based in Lesbos, Greece, in 2015 during an influx of Syrian refugees.

Paulin Cammal takes the stage in a scene from director Ian White's Before the Fall. Photo supplied
Thu, 13 October 2016

'Before the Fall' seeks an Oscar nod for Cambodia

Cambodia has submitted Before the Fall as its entry for the Foreign Language Film category at the 89th Academy Awards.

Mon, 10 October 2016

Picture perfect in the city of ghosts

The sixth annual Canon PhotoMarathon yesterday concluded with 18 winners taking the stage, a group winnowed down from more than 1,000 contestants who had spent the day taking pictures across the capital on a series of designated the