RANA PLAZA DISASTER, ANGKOR’S CHILDREN, BLUES CONCERT & SOUL DJ
4PM: DOCU - Some tragedies come so replete with their own symbolism they need no embellishment. The 2014 collapse of Dhaka’s Rana Plaza, a building full of clothing factories, on its own workers, was one of them. CLOTHES TO DIE FOR (2015, 58 min) tells the story of the Bangladeshi disaster, which took 1,134 lives, bluntly and brilliantly. 7PM: DOCU - ANGKOR’S CHILDREN (2014, 66 min) is about Cambodia’s cultural and artistic renaissance told through the voices of three young Cambodian women who are the first generation after the Khmer Rouge genocide that killed two million people which included 90% of artists 8PM: BLUES CONCERT & SOUL/FUNK DJ MOFO (Australia).