Free showings of student films

Free showings of student films

The Department of Media and Communication is inviting the public to the

premiere of new video productions of their fourth-year students. This

Saturday at 5pm there will be a screening of Looking Back - Looking

Ahead 2, 10 new mini-documentaries about Khmer Rouge history and

reconciliation. The films will be screened at the cinema of the French

Cultural Centre, No 218, Street 184. On Tuesday, September 23, at 7pm

there will also be a screening of Young in the City featuring a variety

of young people in Phnom Penh. This screening will be at Meta House.

All films were produced as part of the students' training in broadcast

journalism. They are in Khmer with English subtitles and admission is

free.

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