ANGKOR WAT, EXHIBIT OPENING FEAT. SHORT FILM BY DAVY CHOU
4PM: DOCU - In June 2013, an int. team of archaeologists made a stunning announcement. They had discovered a lost urban landscape, hidden deep inside the Cambodian jungle, close to the magnificent 12th century temple complex of Angkor Wat. This was once a buzzing metropolis, home to a million people, and the capital of the mighty Khmer Empire. JUNGLE ATLANTIS - DEATH OF ANGKOR WAT’S MEGACITY (2013, 58 min) looks at what happened to destroy this great city. 6PM: ART EXHIBITION OPENING – IDENTICITY: VISUAL DIALOGUE ABOUT LIFE IN PHNOM PENH, curated by Miguel Jerónimo. Screening of Davy Chou’s short film “Cambodia 2099”. Funded by Heinrich-Boell-Foundation.