PARIS PEACE ACCORD DAY: CAMBODIAN DOCUS FEATURING “SHINING GOLD” PREMIERE
 
The Paris Peace Accords (signed on October 23, 1991) led to the deployment of the first post-Cold War peacekeeping mission (UNTAC). A set of docus follows Cambodia’s recent history. 4PM: ANGKOR’S CHILDREN (2014, 66 min) is about Cambodia’s cultural renaissance after the Khmer Rouge genocide 7PM: KAMPUCHEA 1978 (30 min) features the only TV interview with Pol Pot. SHINING GOLD: BACK TO CAMBODIA (2010, 52 min) follows an Cambodian from Italian exile on his search for his brothers. SNOW (2014, 40 min) is a colorful account of expatriate life during UNTAC times. THE POST (1999, 55 min) looks at 1990’s Cambodia through the eyes of a small group of journalists.