DC-Cam conference in Phnom Penh, 25/10

Lost Loves, a feature-length film on the Khmer Rouge period by Cambodian director Chhay Bora. " />

DC-Cam conference in Phnom Penh, 25/10

For those who will be in the capital tomorrow, DC-Cam is hosting a conference titled "Understanding Genocide" at the Institute of Technology of Cambodia. ECCC international co-prosecutor Andrew Cayley will deliver a lecture on the legal definition of genocide, and there will also be a screening of Lost Loves, a feature-length film on the Khmer Rouge period by Cambodian director Chhay Bora. For the full schedule click here, or contact DC-Cam's Farina So for more details.

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