Tag Archives: Rithy Panh

Rithy Panh – Exil AKA Exile (2016)

Exil is a visionary narration of the exile of Cambodians during the Red Khmer regime, during which the country was renamed Democratic Kampuchea. Read More »

Rithy Panh – Un barrage contre le Pacifique AKA The Sea Wall (2008)

A troubled mother’s spirit crumbles when her adult children strike out for independence. Feeling abandoned she contemplates taking drastic action. Read More »

Rithy Panh – Les tombeaux sans noms AKA Graves Without a Name (2018)

In Rithy Panh’s latest exploration of the lasting effects of the Cambodian genocide, a 13-year-old boy who loses most of his family begins a search for their graves.Cambodian-born, France-based filmmaker Rithy Panh has dedicated much of his career to investigating the campaign of genocide undertaken by the Khmer Rouge during the Cambodian Civil War and memorializing its victims.

Official submission of Cambodia for the ‘Best Foreign Language Film’ category of the 91st Academy Awards in 2019. Read More »