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Hanuman Films Photo Exhibition: A Great Success

image courtesy of Sofitel Siem Reap

Hanuman Films displayed images from just some of our previous Film and Television Productions over the last decade at the Angkor Wat Film Festival this weekend. The Festival saw over 30 international films being played throughout the weekend at two different locations on the hotel grounds. The opening gala night saw over 200 people attend and Hanuman Films Executive Producer Kulikar Sotho, Location Manager Nick Ray and Production Manager Robin Waldman all attend to meet and greet fellow film lovers and director from across the world.

Our photo Exhibition was met with warm praise from all of the film goers and guests for the festival and were impressed with the wide range of Productions Hanuman has covered over the years.

We would like to say a big thankyou to the organiser of the festival Tom Vendettie and Sofitel for hosting out photo exhibition.

We look forward to next Years Festival and its growing presence.

Hanuman Films at the Angkor Wat Film Festival – 17th – 19th February

Hanuman Films is adding an extra incentive for film lovers to get themselves to the Angkor Wat Film Festival in Siem Reap this weekend. We will be displaying production photos from the last decade of Film and Television servicing in the Mekong Region.

Photos include on location shots from:

• “Tomb Raider” – The first major Hollywood film to shoot in Cambodia since Peter O’Toole starred in Lord Jim in 1964

• “Wish You Were Here” – which recently opened the Sundance Film festival last month and has since been signed up to the American Markets

• “Top Gear Vietnam Special” – which received rave reviews in the UK press and around the world.

• “Gordon Ramsay’s Great Escape” – Chef Ramsay’s adventures took him to Phnom Penh, Siem Reap, Kampong Thom and Mondulkiri

• “Samantha Brown’s Asia” – Travel Channel host Samantha Brown travelled to Cambodia in early 2010 as part of her Passport to Asia series

And other projects including BBC , Discovery channel and many many more.

You can find more about the event and our photo Exhibition here:


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