HELIUM FILMS and STUDIO HANS LUCAS present a film directed by ALEXANDRE LIEBERT.
Photographer EMILIE ARFEUIL
Music Composer ZACH MISKIN
Sound designer NICOLAS BREDIN
Tut is a 52 years old fisherman living in Kampot. In spite of the language barrier, he told, for the first time and without any words, about his past during the Khmer Rouge Regime, to a photographer and a director, showing the hard treatments he experienced in a prison the year he turned fifteen. This shared encounter talks about the buried memory, the way it shows through gestures, attitudes and glances, the way it marks someone for life and constitutes a person. Tut’s psychological and physical traumas bring to light the historical scars of Cambodia.
• December 8th at French Institute, Phnom Penh, Cambodia // 3.15pm (CIFF 2012)
• December 9th at Bophana Center, Phnom Penh, Cambodia // 3pm (CIFF 2012)
• December 12th at CJCC, Phnom Penh, Cambodia // 3.45pm (CIFF 2012)
• December 22nd at Bophana Center, Phnom Penh, Cambodia // 5pm and 6pm
• December 27th at Bophana Center, Phnom Penh, Cambodia // 5pm
• January 3rd at Bophana Center, Phnom Penh, Cambodia // 5pm
PHOTO EXHIBITION (Emilie Arfeuil)
From 22nd December to 5th January at Bophana Center, #64 Street 200 Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Opening the 22nd December at 5.30pm