Y/our Music, the independent documentary that contrasts quirky Bangkok musicians with nearly forgotten legends of rural Thailand's mor lam genre, will get a release in Bangkok next month.
Meanwhile, the documentary co-directed by Waraluck Hiransrettawat Every and David Reeve will head to Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City for the Asean Music Festival. In Hanoi, the screening is at 8pm this Friday at Cama ATK while Saigon gets Y/our Music on June 25 at Hoa Sen University.
In Bangkok, Y/our Music will open on July 9 at the Lido cinemas in Siam Square. And I would strenuously urge interested Bangkokians to see the film there, where it will benefit from a proper cinematic sound system and projection equipment. It deserves to be seen in a movie theater.
Y/our Music premiered at last year's Busan International Film Festival, and also screened at this year's South by Southwest Festival as well as Salaya Doc. It's also been featured in Chicago. More festival appearances and screenings are planned, including New York's Lincoln Center on August 4.
Keep up to date on the film at Facebook or Twitter. The trailer, embedded below, can be spotted at YouTube.