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Watch The Last Reel for free

The Last Reel will be Free-to-View from Monday 13 April 2020.

Award-winning Cambodian film, The Last Reel (www.thelastreel.info) will be available to watch for FREE online on the Frame-io website from Monday 13 April until the end of April 2020 in honour of Khmer New Year or Chaul Chnam 2563. On Monday morning, we will announce the FREE link where you can watch the film.

As the world is overwhelmed by the Coronavirus Crisis that has infected every corner of the world and put the global economy on life-support, many are stuck at home under lockdowns or travel restrictions and this is one small way that Hanuman Films (www.hanumanfilms.com) can help to educate and entertain at this time.

The celebration of Khmer New Year has been suspended this year to help stem the spread of the Coronavirus, so we hope to bring some small consolation to our friends and supporters in Cambodia and the wider world by making this iconic film available to watch for FREE.

The Hanuman Group faces the most challenging period in its history due to the travel industry coming to a standstill and the film industry stuck at home. Once the world starts moving again, it would be wonderful if you can like, share, recommend or support any of our long-running businesses:

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Stay home, be safe and watch The Last Reel.

Jack’s Top 5 Cambodia Moments

Popular Travel Channel show, The Booze Traveler came to Cambodia in 2016 and you can watch a video of host Jack Maxwell’s Top 5.

Cocktail connoisseur Jack Maxwell took his appreciation for specialty cocktails to a new level when he came to film in Cambodia in 2016 with Hanuman Films. His top moment in Cambodia? – Angkor Wat of course.

We would like to wish Jack all the very best, having just heard that he is undergoing treatment for cancer. The 54-year-old Boston, USA native says he’s being treated in Arizona for non-Hodgkins lymphoma. He adds: “I’m good though,” in typical Jack style.

Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zCBHQBPT-b4

Game-show Asia Express completes its Cambodia leg

The Asia Express Romania reality game-show has completed its tour of Cambodia and crossed the border into Thailand, on the last leg of their Amazing-Race style television show in Southeast Asia.

Hanuman Films coordinated their filming in Stung Treng, Kratie, Kompong Cham, Phnom Penh, Kompong Chhnang, Kompong Luong, Siem Reap and the temples of Angkor. The production packed a lot into a week of travel across Cambodia as contestants enjoyed various games and stayed with locals. Here are a few pictures including the show host Gina Pistol and the contestants, who are well-known television stars in Romania.


On Yer Bike!

Hanuman Films coordinates a new travel show for British television.

With support from Hanuman Films, a brand new UK television travel show took a spin around Phnom Penh on a Vespa motorbike tour last weekend. They also ventured further afield along the South Coast of Cambodia. More details on the television show when it airs, likely to be in January 2018. The Vespa team do tours in six cities in Cambodia and Vietnam.

Book your very own Vespa adventure as part of your journey through Cambodia with Hanuman Travel: www.hanumantravel.com

Mobile Phone Ads at Angkor

Hanuman Films teams up with India’s Picture Perfect Films at Angkor.

Picture Perfect Films of Mumbai, India, came to Cambodia recently, with coordination and support from Hanuman Films, to produce ads for the Honor mobile phone by Huawei. The shooting took place in Siem Reap, the temples of Angkor and on Phnom Kulen. You can watch the ads on Vimeo.

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On Holiday With Your Dad

‘Jack Whitehall: Travels With My Father’ Out Now on Netflix.

Hanuman Films worked as the local film servicing partner for the new Netflix series ‘Jack Whitehall: Travels With My Father’ in Cambodia back in March 2017. The show is out now on Netflix and Cambodia features in Episodes 4 and 5 of the 6-part series, that also includes Thailand and Vietnam.

Nick Ray worked as Fixer on the shoot and has a couple of cameos in the Cambodia sequences, including the predictable travel writer at Angkor Wat and the rather less predictable demining expert at a minefield being cleared by NGO Apopo using Gambian pouched rats to sniff out the TNT.

“Jack Whitehall: Travels With My Father follows the Brit comedian as he finishes the gap year he began in 2009 and had to cut short. Only this time, his travel companion is his unadventurous father Michael. They travel to odd locations and events in an attempt to strengthen their bond.”

Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K4PihmWMaSI&feature=youtu.be

Top 10 Female Directors in South Asia

“The 10 Most Interesting Female Directors In South Asia.”

Sotho Kulikar, co-founder of Hanuman Films and award-winning director of #TheLastReel, is cited as one of the “10 most interesting female directors in South Asia” in FeminismInIndia.com.

“Before the Khmer Rouge seized power, Cambodia used to be renowned for its vibrant film culture. In ‘The Last Reel’, first-time director Kulikar Sotho (the first woman to direct a film in Cambodia since 1970!) revisits these days. This tale of a woman digging in Cambodia’s gruesome history by trying to complete a lost film from the 1970’s, is a beautiful ode to the power of cinema and a poignant account of a young woman’s search for recognition.”

Article: https://feminisminindia.com/2017/04/13/ten-female-directors-south-asia/

Beyond The Bridge World Premiere

‘Beyond the Bridge’ Confirmed for World Premiere at Tokyo International Film Festival 2016.

Part of the Asian Three-Fold Mirror project which brings together three talented directors from Japan and other Asian countries to create a series of short films with a common theme, ‘Beyond the Bridge’ is the second film from award-winning Director Sotho Kulikar.

Sotho Kulikar’s Cambodia episode, ‘Beyond The Bridge’, is a love story that transcends time and borders. Her second film following her award-winning directorial debut, #TheLastReel (Spirit of Asia Award at #TIFFJP2014), it portrays a love story that begins in Cambodia against the backdrop of the nation’s civil war and the Cambodia-Japan Friendship Bridge located in Phnom Penh. The piece stars Masaya Kato, a prolific Japanese actor who is active internationally. Playing opposite Kato is Cambodian dancer-choreographer Chumvan Sodhachivy, who recently appeared in Amon Miyamoto’s theatrical production “The Terrace of the Leper King” in Japan.


Best Film at Traverse City Film Festival

The Last Reel scoops the Grand Prize for Best Film at the Traverse City Film Festival 2016.

Director Kulikar Sotho with Festival Founder Michael Moore.

Below is the livestream video of the Traverse City Film Festival Awards Night 2016. The Grand Prize is announced around the 27 minute mark and Academy Award-winning Director Michael Moore invites Director Kulikar Sotho up to receive the prize. She gives a moving acceptance speech before giving an extensive 5-minute interview around the 32m mark. She dedicates this award to the people of Cambodia.

Festival Founder Michael Moore calls it a ‘beautiful, beautiful film’ and ‘true festival gem’ and hopes to help it secure an indie theatrical release in the US. Thank you to Michael Moore and the people of Traverse City for embracing Kulikar, The Last Reel and a moving Cambodian story.

Video: https://www.facebook.com/TCFilmFest/videos/10157115577630618/

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