The collection “Cambodia 1975-1979” is representing an initiative launched on occasion
of the manifestation of “A Virtual Memorial Phnom Penh 2012” created, and curated by Wilfried Agricola de Cologne,
hosted and supported by META House Phnom Penh – the German Cambodian Cultural Center.
Agricola de Cologne was realising the event through his personal personal performance.
The film collection has different aims
a) to keep vivid the memory of the collective trauma
b) to encourage young Cambodian filmmakers to deal with the Cambodian collective trauma
c) to establish a sustaionable collaboration between
META House Phnom Penh which is hosting also a film school, the Department of Media @ Royal University of Phnom Penh
and artvideoKOELN international directed by Wilfried Agricola de Cologne.
After “A Virtual Memorial Phnom Penh 2012”, in 2014 also
“A Virtual Memorial Moscow 2014” was entirely dedicated to the memory of the genocide in Cambodia 1975-1979.
Cambodia 1975-1979 is a corporate part of
CTF – Collective Trauma Film Collections
and consists – differently than other film collections – exclusively of documentary films and videos
40 documentaries about the Cambodian genocide and the post-genocide era until today
Molyka Bin (Cambodia) It burned Me, 2011, 13:18
DCM – Royal University of Cambodia – Looking Back, 2007, 50:00,
DMC – Royal University of Cambodia – Young in the City, 2011, 24:00
DMC – Royal University of Cambodia – No Comment Cambodia, 2012, 64:00
Neang Kavich (Cambodia) – SMOT, 2011, 17:20
Nico Mesterham (Cambodia) – Pepperfields, 2010, 23:05
Nico Mesterham (Cambodia)/Mark Hammond (USA) – A DAY in the Factory, 2010, 7.24
Nico Mesterham (Cambodia)/Mark Hammond (USA) – A Day Around The Factory, 2010, 7.22
Nico Mesterham (Cambodia)/Mark Hammond (USA) – A Day Off Fraom The Factory, 2010, 7.44
Nico Mesterham (Cambodia)/Mark Hammond (USA) – A Weeend with the Manager, 2010, 8.22
MetaHouse Phnom Penh (Cambodia) – 25 Frames to Moves, 2011, 20:39
Sopheak Sao (Cambodia) – Two Girls Against The Rain, 2012, 11:00
Sopheak Sao (Cambodia) The Survivor, 2011, 2012
Chhuon Sarin (Cambodia) – I can be who I am, 2011, 3:14