Slices of Life, Mini-documentary Screening
Everyday people tell their unique stories in four cities: Hanoi, Phnom Penh, Dhaka and Manila. You may know these places already, but prepare to experience slices of the unique lives of people you surely haven’t met.
These mini-documentaries are selected from the 51 documentaries that have been made during the past 3.5 years in the region. Each documentary is made in three days, by three-person teams from more than 10 different countries and cultures, at School of Slow Media’s annual REMIX programs.
Come see the films, meet the filmmakers, and learn about their human-centered storytelling.
Xe Om (Hanoi, Huong)
There are many ways to get around Hanoi, but Huong reminds us that riding Xe ôm is more than getting from point A to point B.
Dado (Manila, Dado)
Diosdado Villaceran is a master fixer of all kinds of shoes on the streets of Manila. What do “dreams" mean to him?
Sezia (Dhaka, Sezia)
Sezia is a tea seller on the streets of Dhaka, a profession normally for men. Day and night, she serves numerous customers, but it is her husband and children that give her the strength to keep going.
Chantol (PP, Chantol)
For visitors to the Royal Palace in Phnom Penh, Chanthol is always there to capture precious moments in photos.
On Duty (Manila, Eduardo)
On duty as a security guard and as a single parent, what's there and what's left for Eduardo?
Flowers Make Planes (Hanoi, Hoa)
The story of a deaf mother who makes fabric flowers and dreams of one day flying with her daughter.
Alvin (Manila, Alvin)
How is it like being a midget boxer in Manila? Get behind the scenes of Alvin’s story.
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