“Red Wedding” This powerful documentary focuses on a little-known aspect of Pol Pot’s genocidal rule. During the 1970s, 250,000 young Cambodian women were forced to marry men they never met in an effort to increase the population. The story is told through one such woman: 48-year-old Sochan, who grows rice in the former killing fields […]
The jury is Nicolas Entel (Argentina), Peter Friedman (USA), Hedda van Gennep (the Netherlands), Samira Makhmalbaf (Iran) and Farah Nayeri (Iran/France). The following have been nominated in the IDFA Competition for Best Mid-Length Documentary (films up to 60 minutes): Camera/Woman (Morocco) by Karima Zoubir; Red Wedding (Cambodia/France) by Lida Chan and Guillaume Suon and The […]
Estimated portion of Colombian cocaine revenue that’s laundered through banks in 1st World Countries: 9/10 (source: Harper’s Index, Sept. ’12)
We have just posted upcoming deadlines for doc grants at: Info sobre becas para la produccion de documentales en: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Nicolas-Entel/
18 months after premiering Sins of My Father, I am now officially (?) in production of my next three documentaries. I’m directing two and executive producing for my friend Alfredo de Villa a third one. A short, a one hour TV and feature ’cause films (like women) can be pretty in all sizes.
1. On my way to Mexico City -’cause machines have not yet fully replaced film directors. 2. What really matters in this world: Egyptians Vote for President in Their First Free Elections
Estoy a favor de la ley de protección estructural del cine Gaumont siendo debatida en la legislatura porteña.
Want to be on a great ad campaign to save the rainforest? Stop by Madison Square Park in NYC this Friday. We need a big crowd!
Sundance Institute Screenwriters Lab [Go to site]