France 2020, 21 min, Chinese, Hebrew & English subtitles

Images and footage attesting to the genocide the Khmer Rouge had perpetrated in Cambodia are few and far between. This uniquely styled film creates a sophisticated multi-dimensional universe in which a Chinese survivor who fled to Europe can reconstruct his memories before they fade away.

With the support of the Institut Français d’Israël.

Previous Festivals: It's All True, Regensberg Short Film Week, Festival natinal du court-métrage étudiant, Prix Ars Electronica, Bali International Short Film Festival, Athens International Film and Video Festival

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Screening Schedule:
  • Fri 02.07 | 12:00 | Venue Cinematheque 2 | Filmmaker Present
  • Mon 05.07 | 18:00 | Venue Webinars | Short Films Panel: Making Short Docs in the Festival and Digital World moderated by Nir Ferber
  • Thu 08.07 | 18:00 | Venue Cinematheque 5 | Filmmaker Present
  • Watch online | The film will be available from July 1st until July 31th

Meet the Filmmakers

  • Short Films Panel: Making Short Docs in the Festival and Digital World moderated by Nir Ferber

    Mon 05.07 at 18:00

Guangli Liu is a Chinese artist born in 1990. Passionate about image-making, Guangli has developed an art practice around painting, video art, 3D animation, and virtual reality. His works attempt to question how the digital medium fits into contemporary storytelling and the reconstruction of our collective memory.

Production: Guylaine Huet
Production Company: Le Fresnoy
Editing: Guangli LIU, Yuyan Wang, Ismaël Joffroy Chandoutis, Léo Guillaume
Cinematography: Pauline Sicard
Sound Design: Martin Delzescaux, Inoa Kan
Music: Yoann Helynck

Source: Le Fresnoy

Supporters & Broadcasters: Institut Français d'Israël

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