Us & Us
Dehumanization: it’s a big concept. Sponsored by the Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust, this compelling video shows how humans of all colors and creeds can use self-awareness to prelude the tendency to dehumanize the “Other”.
The Next Generation
Self-Reliance. Education. Sustainability. The chasm between wealth and poverty narrows in this insightful celebration of successful social enterprise and youth development programs of Cambodia.
Music Saved My Life
The transcendent power of music heals both individual – and national – trauma. Packed with rich historical and contemporary footage of Cambodia, this short film shows how music is the universal cure to a healthy existence.
Once Upon a Time in Cambodia
“Let me tell you a story” The power of language to harm or heal is profound. History shows: we can use our words to persuade our listeners for positive action, or we can inspire propaganda campaigns for hate. With our talent for rapid communications in the modern world, the ability to create or destroy with mere words, ask yourself “What kind of story will you tell?”
Daughters of Cambodia
The sex-industry has exploded in Cambodia and poverty drives young people to sell their bodies. Four Los Angeles teens expose the issue while imploring viewers to consider the issue through a lens of compassion.
Growing the Rose
Landmines in Cambodia leftover from the Vietnam War and Khmer Rouge genocide maim or kill at least three innocent people per week. Teen filmmakers Milo Hensley and Same McCabe conduct expert interviews, imploring citizens to ask U.S. policy-makers to sign the Landmine Ban Treaty.
Cambodian Living Arts
“Art Saves Lives” Henry DiNapoli shows how the non-profit organization founded by visionary Khmer Rouge genocide survivor Arn Chorn Pond has revitalized Cambodia’s ancient artistic legacy as an agent of healing.
Angels & Demons
A teenage son traces the journey of his family who escaped Cambodia and the Khmer Rouge genocide. William Chow’s heartfelt tribute to his family’s tenacity is a lesson for all people transcending their past.
A Hope For The Future
Radical Empathy: the ability to feel another’s experience as if it were one’s own. Eun Seo Choi (Elly) and Maddy Daum artfully show the disparities between their education and those of Khmer children while inviting viewers to take action.