Monday, January 19, 2009

Nothing to Say on YouTube

Last October, more than 50 silent videos about Thai society and politics by Thai indie filmmakers were presented in Nothing to Say, staged at an art fair on Halloween at the Pridi Banomyong Institute.

I didn't attend, but the films are now immortalized on the Nothing to Say YouTube Channel. They have 10 videos uploaded so far, and plan to add three a week each week. A trailer, embedded above, offers a sample. There's already plenty of viewing to last awhile, as well as tons of related videos to get lost in.

(Via ThaiIndie)

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