Blue Whiskey Independent Film Festival
Aug
7
7:00 PM19:00

Blue Whiskey Independent Film Festival

Blue Whiskey Independent Film Festival (BWiFF) is a not-for-profit organization based in the greater Chicagoland area. The festival seeks out bold and innovative filmmakers that utilize story elements in a new and exciting way, presenting character-driven independent cinema that is fueled by the filmmaker's passion for the art without large studio support.

Blue Whiskey Independent Film Festival will be presenting its 2017 festival from August 3 - 11 at the Music Box Theatre in Chicago, Illinois. In 2016, the festival exhibited over 30 films from around the globe that competed for a variety of awards that ranged in genre, production, performance and audience categories.

Each film selected for exhibition and competition is screened in one theater over the course of eight days. Judges experience each film for the first time along with the audience. During the festival's week-long run, filmmakers are encouraged to attend and participate in live Q&A's moderated by a festival judge, enjoy meals with pass holders and partake in any potential panels. Each accepted feature filmmaker will receive two festival passes. Each accepted short, music video and series pilot filmmaker will receive one festival pass.

Beyond the summer festival, BWiFF is proud to present exciting programming year-round. Every month throughout the year, the festival hosts a “First Wednesday” event called the Blue Whiskey Cinema Series, presenting both classic motion pictures as well as new independent films. Films submitted for the annual festival may also be considered for this monthly series.

The Blue Whiskey Independent Film Festival continues to build a reputation for exhibiting rare and compelling independent films while bridging the gap between the film-goer and the filmmaker.

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Psarokokalo / Athens International Short Film Festival
Jul
26
to Jul 31

Psarokokalo / Athens International Short Film Festival

The Man Who Built Cambodia will be screened in competition. Please see the website for specific times and dates for the screening. 

http://psarokokalo.eu/festival/category/international-architecture-competition/

The International Short Film Festival Psarokokalo is an annual festival held in Athens.

The festival is part of a project aiming to research, promote and develop the art of filmmaking. The festival program includes screenings of short films from Greece and abroad as well as audiovisual events, masterclasses, exhibitions and live concerts.

The quality of its screenings, lectures, exhibitions has managed to make it a reference point for cinephiles, filmmakers, professionals and new artists.

Each year the activities of the festival expand, receiving more participation from different countries and getting bigger support from filmmakers and professionals.

The festival aims to travel across borders in order to develop a spirit of friendship and cooperation with international festivals and filmmakers from all over the world.

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11th International Film festival of Art and Artists
Jan
27
4:00 PM16:00

11th International Film festival of Art and Artists

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The fesival, organized under the aegis of the JDCA Film Forum, provides its audience with unique insights into India’s rich cultural heritage, as well as tradiions and arts from other places around the world. With this year’s edition we go international, screening films from 14 different countries with a special focus on Architecture. The programme includes lectures, workshops, performances, stalls for books on art, local crafs, textiles, and delicious local Odiya cuisine. 

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Luang Prabang Film Festival
Dec
7
3:00 PM15:00

Luang Prabang Film Festival

The Luang Prabang Film Festival (LPFF) brings together the boldest storytellers and the most talked about films in Southeast Asia. Our curators handpick these films from ten countries, spotlighting them each year in the World Heritage Site of Luang Prabang.

In addition to LPFF’s feature film screenings, LPFF will also have four programs of short films: a collection of recent architecture-themed titles including The Man Who Built Cambodia.

For more information on location and programming, please visit http://www.lpfilmfest.org/content/2016/festival-program.html.

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Luang Prabang Film Festival
Dec
6
3:00 PM15:00

Luang Prabang Film Festival

The Luang Prabang Film Festival (LPFF) brings together the boldest storytellers and the most talked about films in Southeast Asia. Our curators handpick these films from ten countries, spotlighting them each year in the World Heritage Site of Luang Prabang.

In addition to LPFF’s feature film screenings, LPFF will also have four programs of short films: a collection of recent architecture-themed titles including The Man Who Built Cambodia.

For more information on location and programming, please visit http://www.lpfilmfest.org/content/2016/festival-program.html.

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Luang Prabang Film Festival
Dec
5
3:00 PM15:00

Luang Prabang Film Festival

The Luang Prabang Film Festival (LPFF) brings together the boldest storytellers and the most talked about films in Southeast Asia. Our curators handpick these films from ten countries, spotlighting them each year in the World Heritage Site of Luang Prabang.

In addition to LPFF’s feature film screenings, LPFF will also have four programs of short films: a collection of recent architecture-themed titles including The Man Who Built Cambodia.

For more information on location and programming, please visit http://www.lpfilmfest.org/content/2016/festival-program.html.

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Luang Prabang Film Festival
Dec
4
3:00 PM15:00

Luang Prabang Film Festival

The Luang Prabang Film Festival (LPFF) brings together the boldest storytellers and the most talked about films in Southeast Asia. Our curators handpick these films from ten countries, spotlighting them each year in the World Heritage Site of Luang Prabang.

In addition to LPFF’s feature film screenings, LPFF will also have four programs of short films: a collection of recent architecture-themed titles including The Man Who Built Cambodia.

For more information on location and programming, please visit http://www.lpfilmfest.org/content/2016/festival-program.html.

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Luang Prabang Film Festival
Dec
3
3:00 PM15:00

Luang Prabang Film Festival

This, the first of a planned five screenings, will include a Q&A with director Christopher Rompé and producer Haig Balian.

The Luang Prabang Film Festival (LPFF) brings together the boldest storytellers and the most talked about films in Southeast Asia. Our curators handpick these films from ten countries, spotlighting them each year in the World Heritage Site of Luang Prabang.

In addition to LPFF’s feature film screenings, LPFF will also have four programs of short films: a collection of recent architecture-themed titles including The Man Who Built Cambodia.

For more information on location and programming, please visit http://www.lpfilmfest.org/content/2016/festival-program.html.

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Manila Matinee of The Man Who Built Cambodia
Nov
19
3:00 PM15:00

Manila Matinee of The Man Who Built Cambodia

Manila, thank you for showing us the love! We've been overwhelmed by the demand for tickets for the Manila premiere, so we've added a screening of The Man Who Built Cambodia at Pineapple Lab.

The award-winning documentary short will follow up its Philippines premiere with a matinee on Saturday, November 19.

The film's producer, Haig Balian, will be on hand for a Q&A after the screening.

Tickets will be available for purchase at the door. There are a limited number of seats; if you'd like to reserve tickets in advance, just send an email with the event name (The Man Who Built Cambodia - Nov. 19) and your name(s) to RSVP@pineapplelab.ph.

Tickets are 300php, or 150php with your student card.

 

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Philippines Premiere at Pineapple Lab
Nov
15
8:00 PM20:00

Philippines Premiere at Pineapple Lab

The Man Who Built Cambodia, the award-winning short film about the legendary architect Vann Molyvann, is coming to Manila. The Philippines premiere is sponsored by The Asia Foundation and will be shown at Pineapple Lab on Tuesday, November 15 at 8pm.

A panel discussion moderated by Carlos Celdran will immediately follow the screening. Panelists will include leading architects and urban planners, as well as the film's producer, Haig Balian. They'll touch on themes from the film, including urban growth and the place of vernacular architecture that reflects local traditions.

There are a limited number of seats; if you'd like to reserve tickets in advance, kindly send an email with the event name (The Man Who Built Cambodia) and your name(s) to RSVP@pineapplelab.ph.

Tickets are 300php, or 150php with your student card.

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Sep
24
7:00 PM19:00

Phnom Penh Saturday Premiere

Institut Français du Cambodge

Tickets will be sold for either $1 or $2 only at the French Institute on the day of the screening. A Q&A with the director, Christopher Rompré, and producer, Haig Balian, will be held immediately after the screening.

Tickets are limited so please come early.

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Sep
23
7:00 PM19:00

Phnom Penh Friday Premiere

Institut Français du Cambodge

Tickets will be sold for either $1 or $2 only at the French Institute on the day of the screening. A Q&A with the director, Christopher Rompré, and producer, Haig Balian, will be held immediately after the screening.

Tickets are limited so please come early.

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