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  • A clay figure <strong>s</strong>et <strong>s</strong>cene from “The Missing Picture,” nominated for Best Foreign Language Film at the 2014 Academy Award<strong>s</strong>. (photo courtesy of the BFI London Film Festival)   Rithy Panh looked at the variou<strong>s</strong> gadget<strong>s</strong> I had placed on the table in front of me and <strong>s</strong>ighed.  A tablet device with an audio recording app, and a camcorder with a <strong>s</strong>eparate microphone and pocket tripod <strong>s</strong>erved a<strong>s</strong> yet another reminder that the clock i<strong>s</strong> ticking i...

    A Rithy Panh interview: “The Missing Picture” and Cambodian cinema

    Yuan-Kwan Chan A clay figure set scene from “The Missing Picture,” nominated for Best Foreign Language Film at the 2014 Academy Awards. (photo courtesy of the BFI London Film Festival)   Rithy Panh looked at the various gadgets I had placed on the table in front of me and sighed.  A tablet device with an audio recording app, and a camcorder with a separate microphone and pocket tripod served as yet another reminder that the clock is ticking i...

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  • ...ide<strong>s</strong> the film with a bright pop-art palette that enhance<strong>s</strong> the fantastical nature of the proceeding<strong>s</strong>. (Jeong also <strong>s</strong>hot the <strong>s</strong>imilarly colorful “Dasepo Naughty Girl<strong>s</strong>,” directed by E J-yong, which also <strong>s</strong>creened at thi<strong>s</strong> year’<strong>s</strong> New York Asian Film Festival.) Young-goon’<strong>s</strong> violent revenge fantasie<strong>s</strong> where <strong>s</strong>he transform<strong>s</strong> herself into a literal killing machine, mowing down the “white <strong>s</strong>uit<strong>s</strong>” en masse and <strong>s</strong>hooting them with bullet<strong>s</strong> out of her <strong>index</strong> finger<strong>s</strong>, p...

    “I’m a Cyborg, But That’s OK” – 2007 New York Asian Film Festival Review

    Christopher Bourne ...ides the film with a bright pop-art palette that enhances the fantastical nature of the proceedings. (Jeong also shot the similarly colorful “Dasepo Naughty Girls,” directed by E J-yong, which also screened at this year’s New York Asian Film Festival.) Young-goon’s violent revenge fantasies where she transforms herself into a literal killing machine, mowing down the “white suits” en masse and shooting them with bullets out of her index fingers, p...

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