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Time for Justice Film Series / Screenings across Cambodia

 

 

Theary Seng, David Cohen, Phil Estemann, Heather Ryan, Michelle Staggs, Matthew Robinson at Metro, 2007
Theary Seng collaborating with Asian International Justice Initiative (UC Berkeley War Crimes Center / East West Center - David Cohen, Phil Estemann, Michelle Staggs), OSJI Heather Ryan and KMF at Metro to discuss the Time for Justice film series, 2007.


October 2007 - December 2008 Time for Justice film outreach mapping


Theary Seng with local grassroots partners who assisted in the dissemination/screening of Time for Justice series, round-table discussion filmed for CTN by Khmer Mekong Films, Inc. (pagoda on outskirts of Phnom Penh, 26 March 2008).

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Film outreach coordinator Duong Savorn and consultant Mahdev Mohan

 


Phil Estemannn of East West Center introducing the Time for Justice film to villagers during the Public Forum "Justice & Reconciliation" in Kampong Thom (27 July 2007) as Theary Seng, ICTJ Caitlin Reiger, ECCC Rupert Skilbeck, OSJI Heather Ryan, Im Sophea look on.

 


Svay Rieng Youth Festival (Svay Rieng University, 22 Aug. 2007)

 


French Cultural Center, Phnom Penh, 30 Aug. 2007

 


Public Forum "Justice & Reconciliation" in Kep Municipality (31 Aug. 2007)

 


Theary Seng at Metahouse screening (Phnom Penh, 5 Sept. 2007)

 


Public Forum "Justice & Reconciliation" in Battambang, 5 Oct. 2007

 


Theary Seng viewing the screening with villagers in Svay Rieng, 29 Oct. 2007

 


Screening at Asian Youth Conference at Sovannaphum University (Phnom Penh, 20 No. 2007)

 


Screening at Takeo Youth Festival, 22 Dec. 2007

 


Time for Justice screening at Mekong University, 25 Dec. 2007

 


Screening at Asia Euro Universty, 15 Feb. 2007

 


Khemarak University, 23 Feb. 2007

 


Screening at the iREACH seminar at Damnak Choeung Oeur (Kep Municipality, 22 Mar. 2008)

 


Pursat Youth Festival, 26-27 April 2008


Western University, 30 April 2008

 


Chamroeun University, 2 May 2008

 


Norton University, 7 May 2008

 


Public Forum "Justice & Reconciliation" in Koh Kong, 6 June 2008

 


Le Royal Palace Hotel, 23 June 2008

 


Screening for young people at Pour en Sourire d'Enfant, 11 July 2008

 


Public Forum "Justice & Reconciliation" in Takeo (and for Kampong Speu villagers), 1 Aug. 2008

 


Prey Veng Youth Festival, 16-17 Aug. 2008

 


Screening for civil society leaders of the Cambodian Human Rights Action Committee (CHRAC), 26 Aug. 2008



Public Forum "Justice & Reconciliation" in Kampong Cham, 29 Aug. 2008

 


Public Forum "Justice & Reconciliation" in Pailin Municipality, 24 Oct. 2008

 


Theary Seng speaking with university students after screening at Pannasastra University, 28 Oct. 2008


 

These photos only capture a fraction of the screenings of Time for Justice film across Cambodia conducted by CSD under the direction of Theary Seng.

 

 

 

 

 

 


 



 

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