A Cambodian Spring continues to have an amazing festival run around the world. The film has been shown at the festivals in Canada, Ireland, US, Mexico, Cambodia and South Korea, winning two major awards at HotDOCS Canadian International Documentary Festival and Brooklyn Film Festival. Finally A Cambodian Spring has The UK premiere at Leeds International Film Festival this year.
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"Eye-opening, emotionally draining, and altogether revelatory, A Cambodian Spring is easily one of the best documentaries of the year." - Unseen Films
If you are in Ireland go and see the film at Galway Film Fleadh on the 14th July in Town Hall Studio at 8:15pm.
I am very happy to announce that A Cambodian Spring won best documentary at the Brooklyn Film Festival this year.
The documentary follows the lives of land activists Tep Vanny and Toul Srey Pov as they fight evictions in Phnom Penh’s Boeng Kak neighborhood, and Luon Sovath, an activist monk, as he supports farmers in Siem Reap province locked in a violent land dispute with authorities.
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Congratulations to director Chris Kelly! His film, A Cambodian Spring has won special jury prize at HOTDOCS this year. The documentary was very well received at the festival and got 5 stars reviews from the press. I feel honoured I could help editing this special film - "...an intimate and unique portrait of three people caught up in the chaotic and often violent development that is shaping modern day Cambodia."
To see the updates about the film visit A Cambodian Spring Facebook page by clicking here.
A Cambodian Spring dir. Chris Kelly, a documentary I helped editing is at Hot Docs Festival this year. If you are in Toronto, Canada go and see this incredible film.
Click here to read an article about it on IndieWire.
There has been a big media coverage for the latest episode of The Naked Truth: Death by Delivery dir. Lyttanya Shannon.
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Realscreen: Fusion readies “Naked Truth: Death by Delivery” (3.3.17)
TV Ruckus: America’s Shameful Death Rate During Childbirth, ‘The Naked Truth: Death By Delivery’, Special on Fusion TV (3.7.17)
Huffington Post: Support Black Women this International Women’s Day: Address Racial Disparities in Maternal Health (3.7.17)
Bustle: "Death By Delivery" Exposes How Shamefully Bad Our Maternal Care Is For Black Women (3.6.17)
The Mercury News: TV tonight: ‘Survivor’ returns with a cast of ‘game-changers’ (3.8.17)
DailyEB: Meet the activists fighting to keep pregnant black women from dying (3.8.17)
Deadline: ‘Day Without A Woman’: MTV, Fusion & More Taking Part In International Women’s Day (3.7.17)
The full documentary is currently airing on Fusion TV and will be available online starting March 15.
The Naked Truth: Death by Delivery directed by Lyttanya Shannon, edited by Jane Hodge and me premieres during United Nations’ International Women’s Day on March 8 at 9 p.m. ET/PT on FUSION TV.
The film investigates issues surrounding the surge in American maternal mortality rates.
Produced by Fusion and Lightbox, the production company founded by Oscar-winner Simon Chinn and Emmy-award winner Jonathan Chinn.
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BBH with Tesco created charming commercials which were broadcast on prime time TV during Xmas Holidays. Directed by David Stoddart, edited by me.
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Polish Go Home dir. Elena Andreicheva, a documentary I edited this year has been selected for BAFTA Qualifying Aesthetica Short Film Festival 2016. The film already won an award for the best Documentary at Discover Film Festival in London.
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Last month Pawel The Polish Mouse Goes to the Moon the film I made with my friends at NFTS has been shown at backup_festival in Weimar, Germany, To Tylko Montaz Film Fest in Lodz, Poland, MisCon International Film Festival, US and at the special InShort Film Festival event Made in Polska in London.
The film received 6 nominations at backup_festival including the main festival award, best sound, music and an award for collaboration.
Esta Vida - This Life dir. Lyttanya Shannon, NFTS grad documentary that I edited has received two nominations for Postgraduate Factual and Postgraduate Craft Skills - Editing at Royal Television Society Student Television Awards 2016.
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