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Festival closes with Night of the Year

PHOTOGRAPHY from around the world takes to the streets of Phnom Penh tomorrow for an event billed as the Night of the Year.

Seven large screens have been set up along Sisowath Quay for people to stroll by and view a vast panorama of photography taken by the press worldwide.

With the support and partnership of Les Rencontres d’Arles, this event is the culmination of this year’s week-long Photo Phnom Penh festival.

In addition, circus performers from Battambang’s circus school Phare Ponleu Selpak will stage a special parade as part of the Tini Tinou circus festival.

Here’s a list of screens and the press agencies featured at each screen along the quay. Free festivities begin at 6:30pm.

Screen 1: Photographie.com, Picturetank, Vu, Bophana Centre.

Screen 2: GQ, Hans Lucas, Signatures, Festival de Yangon, The Phnom Penh Post.

Screen 3: Myop, VII, Contour, Melon Rouge, Hatje Cantz.

Screen 4: Le Monde 2, Bar floréal, Reuters, Cambodian Film Commission, Trikaya.

Screen 5:  Transit, Ostkreuz, Studio Images, CirkIntérieur, Apeiron.

Screen 6: Luz Photo, Contrasto, Tendance floue, Melon Rouge, Asia Motion.

Screen 7: Intersection Project – Photo Phnom Penh, Canon Photo Shootout, Geo, Io Dona, Noor, Anjali House.

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