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April 15, 2013 1:36 PM
The documentary "Golden Slumbers," which explores the heyday of Cambodian films, showed recently in Washington. Filmmaker Chou Davy joined a panel to discuss the award-winning film with former New York Times correspondent Elizabeth Becker and others. The documentary shows how important film was to Cambodia, prior to its rapid decline following the Khmer Rouge takeover. (Im Sothearith, Washington)

'Golden Slumbers' Screens for Diverse Audience in Washington

Published April 15, 2013

The documentary "Golden Slumbers," which explores the heyday of Cambodian films, showed recently in Washington. Filmmaker Chou Davy joined a panel to discuss the award-winning film with former New York Times correspondent Elizabeth Becker and others. The documentary shows how important film was to Cambodia, prior to its rapid decline following the Khmer Rouge takeover. (Im Sothearith, Washington)