Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Documentary on injustices in Cambodia: This Friday

As some of you know, I spent a year in Cambodia working with the then fledgling "The Cambodia Daily."

So, I feel attached to the place and have been looking for opportunities to go back there and do some reporting. My former Cambodia Daily colleague Rich Garella has been more successful.

He's one of the producers of this film, which documents two cases of injustice -- the murder of a labor leader and the unfair conviction of two men for the crime.

It will be shown at Harvard on Friday. To see the trailer, click here.

Friday, April 17, 12:30 p.m.

Film Screening and Discussion of:Who Killed Chea Vichea?

Subtitles " A Documentary Based on an Untrue Story" the film focuses on the 2004 murder of Chea Vichea, the president of Cambodia's Free Trade Union. The filmmakers Bradley Cox and Rich Garella will be present for the screening and discussion.CGIS South, Seminar Room 050, Concourse Level

Harvard University Asia CenterCGIS South Building 1730 Cambridge St. Cambridge.

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