INTERNET SCAMS, CAMBODIAN ARTISTS & 1960S KHMER ROCK DOC
 
4PM: FEATURE FILM – So-called “491” internet scams are the topic of the indie flick “419” (2012, 84 min), which follows a struggling New York actor to Cape Town to find the man who betrayed him. 7PM: DOCU - ANGKOR’S CHILDREN (2014, 66 min) is about Cambodia’s cultural renaissance told through by three young Cambodian women who are the first generation after Pol Pot who killed two million people which included 90% of artists and intellectuals. 8PM: ROCKUMENTARY – DON’T THINK I’VE FORGOTTEN (2014, 105 min) is the seminal “Khmer 1960s Rock Doc”. It combines interviews of the surviving Cambodian musicians with never-before-seen archival material and rare songs.