Thursday, February 16, 2012

Twin-sister filmmakers take the train in Wish Us Luck

Indie filmmaking twin sisters Wanweaw and Weawwan Hongvivatana make their feature debut with the documentary Wish Us Luck, chronicling their one-month journey by train from London back home to Bangkok.

Travelling on the Trans-Siberian Railroad, their trip took them through France, Germany, Russia, Mongolia, China and Vietnam, as well as  Laos.

It's part of their Master's project for the University for the Creative Arts in the U.K.

It's screening at 4pm on Sunday, February 19 in the Eat@Double U Restaurant at SF World Cinema at CentralWorld as part of the Third Class Citizen screening series. Admission is free.

There's a trailer, embedded below.

They previously made the short films Saturday Night (2006), (Application) (2007) and Dear Mom and Dad, and appeared in Tulapop Saenjaroen's After the Wind, which screened in competition at the 2010 Thai Short Film and Video Festival.

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