28 July 2010


Oct 28, 29, 30: Mexico City

Who Killed Chea Vichea? will screen three times at DOCSDF, the documentary festival of Mexico City, between October 21 and 31.

Thursday October 28: 6:30 at Cinemax Plaza Insurgentes, Sala 7
Friday October 29: 4pm at Jaima Plaza, Santo Domingo
Saturday October 30: 12 noon at Cine Lido

That will bring the total number of countries where we've had screenings up to eight: the US, Netherlands, South Korea, Lithuania, Canada, France, Thailand and Mexico.

Help us add Cambodia to the list! Join the Chea Vichea Project.

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27 July 2010


Oct 23: Palo Alto, California

Who Killed Chea Vichea? will screen at the 13th Annual United Nations Association Film Festival, which runs October 22-31 in Palo Alto and San Francisco, California. Should be a great one!

UNAFF "celebrates the power of films dealing with human rights, environmental themes, population, migration, women’s issues, refugee, homelessness, racism, health, universal education, war and peace." Past selections have included Panama Deception, Taxi to the Dark Side, Regret to Inform, Genghis Blues, Burma VJ and The Tears of Sichuan Province. Good company.

Who Killed Chea Vichea? will be screening on Saturday, October 23 at 7:45pm at the Aquarius Theater, 720 Emerson St, Palo Alto (map). Co-presented by the Stanford University Center for East Asian Studies and the Center for Asian American Media. Visit UNAFF for ticket info.

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26 July 2010


Oct 7: Washington DC

On Thursday, October 7, the AFL-CIO will host a special screening of Who Killed Chea Vichea? in Washington DC for World Day for Decent Work.

The event is sponsored by the AFL-CIO, the Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance and the Solidarity Center, and will feature a discussion with producer Rich Garella.

Thursday, October 7, 5:30 - 7:30pm
AFL-CIO (Gompers Room)
815 16th Street NW, Washington DC (map)
The suggested donation is $50 per person; proceeds support labor rights in Cambodia. If you can join us, RSVP to eventsinternational@aflcio.org. Please spread the word and join us for the screening if you can!



Sept 11: Warrensburg, Missouri

Saturday night Sept 11, Who Killed Chea Vichea? will screen at the first annual Show Me Social Justice International Film Festival in Warrensburg, Missouri (near Kansas City). Producer Rich Garella will be there for the Q&A after the screening.

Congratulations to the organizers -- it looks like a great line-up of films! Visit their box office for ticket info.

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13 July 2010


Aug 18: Bangkok

Please join director Bradley Cox for the long-anticipated Bangkok premiere of Who Killed Chea Vichea? at the Foreign Correspondents Club of Thailand:

Wednesday, August 18 at 8pm

Penthouse, Maneeya Center Building
518/5 Ploenchit Rd (access from Chitlom Station)
Members: Free / Non-members: 150฿

Q&A to follow, with Bradley Cox and Phil Robertson, deputy director of Human Rights Watch, Asia division.

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12 July 2010


Aug 4: Washington DC

We are pleased to announce that the National Press Club has selected Who Killed Chea Vichea? for its summer documentary series, along with Revealing Hate in America, La Americana and Chaplains Under Fire.

The screening will be at the Club (529 14th St NW) on August 4 at 6:30pm. A panel discussion will follow.

Meanwhile, if you're in or around Washington DC on August 4, please mark your calendar!

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08 July 2010


TruthOut: "The film is threatening."

An excellent article by Anne Elizabeth Moore in Truthout:

"...this is not simply a story about a PR-minded government overly concerned about its image. The film raises issues vital to Cambodia's human rights history and labor rights record. The ire it's causing authorities sends a strong signal to labor activists, as well as the opposition party he was affiliated with...The film is threatening."

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