MICROCREDITS, VIETNAM WAR PHOTOS AND POL POT DRAMA
 
4PM: DOCU – Peace Nobel Prize winner Muhammad Yunus’s address of worldwide poverty makes for compelling viewing in BONSAI PEOPLE (2012, 78 min). 7PM: DOCU - If there was a photograph that captured the horrific nature of the Vietnam War it was that of a nine-year-old girl running naked down a road, screaming in agony from napalm burns. In KIM’S STORY – THE ROAD FROM VIETNAM (1997, 50 min), director Shelley Saywell makes poignant use of news footage of that time. 8PM: FEATURE FILM - The Czech-Cambodian film NINE CIRCLES OF HELL (1989, 105 min) is a riveting love story set amid the hell of the Pol Pot regime. 9PM: TECH-HOUSE PARTY, with Indian DJ ACHAYA.