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GETSEA Simulcast Film Screening of Bophana Center Indigenous Filmmakers

The Graduate Education & Training in Southeast Asian Studies (GETSEA) consortium will be teaming up with the Phnom Penh-based Bophana Audiovisual Resource Center ( to screen four short films created by Cambodian filmmakers. Each of the four films is created by and focuses on a different ethnic group in Cambodia – the Khmer, Jarai, Karvet & Bunong. The four films come together under the theme of “Healing, Memory & Care” and coincide with the International Decade of Indigenous Languages campaign.


The GETSEA Simulcast Film Screening ( will be held simultaneously in-person at over 20 universities across North America. Additionally, a digital-only option will be provided via Zoom for people across the globe to join. The event will include a short introduction, screening of the four films, and a Q&A session with the filmmakers following the screening.


The four films curated for the event are:

Dull Trail (Bunong w/ English subtitles) –

Alive Skin (Khmer w/ English subtitles) –

Trung (Karvet w/ English subtitles) –

My Wish (Jarai w/ English subtitles) –


For a full list of in-person screening locations and more information, visit