praCh performing at Lowell High School, Mass. 

Cambodian Music Festival 2014

Cambodian New Year Parade 2014


Tuesday, 19 May 2015

In George Miller's new classic, MAD MAX: Fury RoadMiller said he was inspired by a Cambodian ritual before going to battle. So what's the Cambodian connection?

Find out here >>> MAD MAX: The Cambodian Connection 

"This isn't just one of the best action movies of the year -- it may eventually go down as one of the best action movies ever made" - Erik Davis, Movies.com

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Sunday, 17 May 2015

'CAMBODIAN SON' Broadcasting on the "America Reframed" series - This Tues May 19 on World Channel at 8/7c 

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Wednesday, 13 May 2015

Lauren Kruczyk sat down with praCh to learn more about his story, what inspires him and how he intends to bring truth about The Killing Fields to a population largely unaware of the atrocities that occurred in Cambodia in the 1970s.

"I didn't know what i was getting into! But they promised me that whatever I needed, they would help guide me through it. So I took that responsibility and I put my album to the side. I got involved with the community a lot. And then a year, two years later, I released my 2nd album, which is Dalama..."The Lost Chapter." From that, me and my friend put together a tour with some musicians and filmmakers. Within that year we toured about 24 states throughout the United States." -praCh


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Wednesday, 13 May 2015

Check out this awesome trailer from The Cambodian Space Project for their new film titled "Not Easy Rock'n Roll".


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Sunday, 10 May 2015

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Friday, 08 May 2015

Written by Lauren Kruczyk
Original Source: YELLOW MAGAZINE 

With lyrics in Khmer and English and a focus on Killing Fields era legacies, Khmer American rapper praCh Ly’s first album, Dalama, was not only credited with introducing hip-hop to Cambodia—it introduced this history to a new generation largely unaware of its genocidal past.

praCh Ly was recently in Houston with friend and filmmaker Caylee So (both are Festival Directors on the committee for the Cambodia Town Film Festival in Long Beach, CA). I met with praCh after he had given a lecture and performed at Lanier Middle School (he was later told that he’d been the first and only rap artist to perform in their school.)

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Friday, 08 May 2015

Cambodia Town Film Festival invite you to Romvong Around The Long Beach Lighthouse to set a new record in the Guinness Book of World Records.

If you don’t know what the ‘Romvong’ is, it’s the Cambodian Circle Dance.
* Mandatory Dress Code: SARONG and KRAMA

For updates visit our CTFF Facebook page: www.fb.com/CambodiaTownFilmFestival

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Secure your VIP ticket today at www.cambodianmusicfestival.com and join us in counting down to a night full of exclusive private performances, music, and art in one of the most breathtaking venues in Laguna Beach!

$200/person - one VIP ticket gives you access to VIP Pre-Party at 7 Degrees in Laguna Beach on Friday, 7/24/15 AND reserved seating within the first ten rows at the Cambodian Music Festival in Anaheim at the Pearson Park Amphitheater on Saturday, 7/25/15.

($50/person - General admission to the Cambodian Music Festival)

**Even though you are purchasing your ticket online, you will still receive your physical ticket in the mail. Ticket must be presented at the day of the music festival to gain entry. 

CAMBODIA TOWN FILM FETIVAL 2015 tickets now on sale GET IT NOW!

One of the key purposes of Cambodian Town Film Festival (CTTF) is to highlight the diversity of the Cambodian experience through the art of filmmaking. By specifically featuring films that deal with Cambodian social political conflicts, traditions, challenges and characters, the Festival will deepen Cambodian values and encourage new dialogue on a global scale. THE CLOCK IS COUNTING DOWN TO OUR EVENT >>>  BUY TICKETS NOW - CLICK HERE 

COLLECTOR DIGITAL ART to Honor the 40 Year Remembrance of the Khmer Rouge's invasion of Phnom Penh, Cambodia. The artwork is printed on a high gloss wooden board and make a great wall art decoration. *Collector's Edition - ONLY (40) are printed and signed by the artist. BUY IT NOW (CLICK HERE) 

Angkor Wat Starry Night Reprints

Angkor Wat Starry Night Canvas Print 11x17

These are reproduction of an oil painting done by Ponnamy Kiep reprinted on a canvas with a theme inspired by Van Gogh's Starry Night.

In Remembrance of 40 Years CTFF Limited Collector's Edition Dog Tag - Only $10 - CLICK HERE

April 17, 1975 is a day all Cambodians remember. It was the day the Khmer Rouge regime overtook Phnom Penh, an event that ignited a horrific genocide that killed nearly 2 million innocent lives and affected an infinite more.

In rememberance of all those that fought for freedom, those who survived, and those we have lost, Cambodia Town Film Festival has created this Limited Collector's Edition Dog Tag.

PAULINA a film by Caylee So
Now on DVD, own this Award Winning film for only $10 - Click Here

Immersed in a vibrant world where bets and wagers are a part of everyday living, 17 year old Paulina has found herself attracted to the game; a love understood and shared by her father, Sam, and an avid community of Cambodian gamblers. Met with strong disapproval from her sister Sopheap, Paulina remains strongly tied to the community. But soon she finds herself in the midst of her father’s war with addiction, and the realities of this world is unmasked; Paulina must inevitably choose between the world she is drawn to and the life she might someday want.

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