KHMER ROUGE LECACY, BURMA PUNKS AND CAMBODIAN SIXTIES ROCK
4PM: DOCU - ENEMIES OF THE PEOPLE (2009, 93 min) is a personal journey into the heart of darkness by a journalist, whose family was wiped out by the Khmer Rouge. 7PM: DOCU - YANGON CALLING (2012, 60 min) introduces the main protagonists of the punk rock scene and shows their life in Myanmar’s underground. 8PM: DOCUS – For proof of the universality of rock ’n’ roll, look no further than Cambodia in the 1960s and 1970s. DON’T THINK I’VE FORGOTTEN (2014, 105 min) combines interviews of surviving Cambodian musicians with rare archival material and the best songs. WHY WE ALL LOVE SINN SISAMOUTH (2005, 10 min) explores the legacy of “Cambodia’s Elvis Presley”.