Day 4 & 5: The Premiere of My Film and Anita Last Cha Cha

Ok, first of all, I would like to apologize for not being able to post the 4th and the last day of the festival immediately. I got caught up in a big pile of work and it took me sometime to get out of it.

Day 4:

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So, as stated in the title, my film, Mirror, was screened on the 4th day at around 3pm. To be honest, I was extremely nervous, as this is my first out-of-my-country screening. I was so scared that no one would show up and even worse that they would hate it.

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As they were showing my film, which is only around 5mins in length, everything seems fine until the projector stopped working!!! Yes, I know. What are the odds, right? It was not a problem to screen a 1hour long film but it just stopped with the 5 mins one.

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Anyway, after 10mins of hell, it was back to normal and the movie was successfully screened to the group of audience of around 25 to 30 people.

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Another highlight of day 4 was the movie called Anita Last Cha Cha by SIGRID ANDREA BERNARDO. The movie was amazing. The actresses were incredible and the story was great. I love it so much and I am pretty sure the audience thought the same way.

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Day 5:

For the last day, I only attended the last screening of the festival of the movie called I Love You, Thank You by CHARLIEBEBS GOHETIA.

 

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This movie was a special one as it was shot in 3 different countries including my beloved country, Cambodia.

The festival ended with a positive vibe from the audience. And the organizer did the best job in the world.

After the festival, I went out for a drink with my Cambodian friend and 2 other amazingly talented documentary directors.

In short, things were great.

Thank you for reading.

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