Clips on Cambodia

Perspektives of a Documentary Filmmaker

Margarita Tsomou in conversation with Marc Eberle


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German documentary filmmaker Marc Eberle, who has been living in South Asia and Southeast Asia since 2001, is active as a director, editor, producer and educator. In addition, he initiated the formation of Cambodian Television Network, the first private broadcasting channel in Cambodia. Currently Eberle is working on a documentary about The Cambodian Space Project, a band that both reconstructs the phenomenon of Khmer rock music form the 1960s and sees to its successful transition into the present. On January 17, cultural theorist Margarita Tsomou will accompany Marc Eberle on a journey through his extensive film archive: “Clips on Cambodia” shows selected footage from his own and other films dealing with Cambodia’s (music) history, from the ‘60s – through the persecutions and eliminations of the Pol Pot regime – to the present.

Concept: Michael Laub/ Remote Control Productions, Annemie Vanackere.

Co-production: HAU Hebbel am Ufer, Phare Ponleu Selpak Association, BIT Teatergarasjen, Bergen and House on Fire with the support of the Cultural programme of the European Union.

Funded by the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and The Norwegian Association for Performing Arts.


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    Fri 17.1.2014, 20:00 / HAU2


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