31 March 2010


Voice of America

Chea Vichea Film Prompts Questions in US
By Men Kimseng, VOA Khmer

Who killed Chea Vichea? The question remains unanswered not just for the man’s family but also American audiences who attended the premiere last weekend of a vivid film about Cambodia’s politics and the slain union leader’s struggle for labor rights. ...

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20 March 2010


Huffington Post: "moving"

From Jim Luce's interview of Cambodian member of parliament Mu Sochua in The Huffington Post:

... Who Killed Chea Vichea? will premiere March 27 at the Frederick Film Festival in Maryland. Chea was shot in broad daylight by assassins, but the government arrested two other men and imprisoned them for their supposed crime.
I was given a private screening of this moving film by its director Bradley Cox and will write its review shortly. Images of Buddhist priests crying as they watch the funeral procession are haunting.

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15 March 2010


March 27: Frederick, Maryland

Who Killed Chea Vichea? will screen at the Frederick Film Festival in Maryland on Saturday, March 27 at 2:30pm.

This is your first chance to see Who Killed Chea Vichea? with final music and narration, and in full color-corrected glory! And director Bradley Cox will be at the screening to participate in a discussion after the film.

The screening is at 2:30pm at the Weinberg Center for the Arts, 20 W Patrick St, in downtown Frederick (map). Tickets are $9 at the door. Don't worry, it won't sell out -- the theater is huge!

Box office here or call 301-600-2828.

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