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Rithy Panh

‘Graves Without A Name’ (‘Les tombeaux sans noms’): Film Review | Venice 2018

Opening Venice's Giornate degli Autori sidebar, Cambodian filmmaker Rithy Panh's 'Graves Without A Name' documents his search for the remains of his family who died during the Khmer Rouge's…

‘Exile’ (‘Exil’): Cannes Review

Cambodian filmmaker Rithy Panh returns to Cannes with another movie about his country's and his own Khmer Rouge-scarred past.

‘The Roots Remain’ (‘Retour aux sources’): Phnom Penh Review

Canadian directorial duo's debut follows Montreal-based graffiti artisti FONKi's rediscovery of his family's Cambodian origins as he finishes a mural in the country's capital.

‘France Is Our Mother Country’ (‘La France est notre patrie’): Yamagata Review

Paris-educated Cambodian filmmaker Rithy Panh weaves together archive footage to reflect on the history and impact of French colonialism in Indochina.

Cannes Winner Rithy Panh Launches Heritage Film Festival in Cambodia

The Un Certain Regard awardee has teamed up with preservationists Technicolor Foundation to preside over an eight-day event starting Saturday.

The Missing Picture (L’Image manquante): Cannes Review

Acclaimed Cambodian-French director Rithy Panh returns to the subject of the Khmer Rouge for this autobiographical documentary, premiering in the Un Certain Regard section at the fest.