Tuesday, June 23, 2009

Limited Bangkok release for Citizen Juling

Citizen Juling (พล เมือง จูห ลิง, Polamuang Juling) will get a limited release in Bangkok at House cinema on August 12.

The sprawling, 222-minute political documentary that springs from the 2006 fatal mob-beating of a young Buddhist schoolteacher in a Muslim community in southern Thailand, Citizen Juling is directed by artist Ing K, photographer Manit Sriwanichpoom and activist-politician Kraisak Choonhavan. It premiered at last year's Toronto International Film Festival and was also shown at last year's Bangkok International and at Berlin earlier this year.

(Via House blog, Deknang/Popcornmag)

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