Festival notice board: Gearing up for photography fest

Festival notice board: Gearing up for photography fest

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The pace is quickening with preparations for this year's fourth Angkor Photography Festival.

Camille Plante, communication department manager and general coordinator, arrived in Siem Reap last week from Paris, and an office has been leased in the emerging new business district behind the Central Market, in the unnamed street opposite Common Grounds coffee shop, and around the corner from Post's Siem Reap Bureau.

The Phnom Penh Post has now been listed as a media partner on the updated festival website. PETER OLSZEWSKI

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