Wednesday, March 19, 2014

By the Time It Gets Dark backed by Doha

Anocha Suwichakornpong received a boost in making her sophomore feature from the Doha Film Institute, which included By the Time It Gets Dark (Dao Khanong) among 20 projects for its first global film grants.

By the Time It Gets Dark will be about a young female factory worker becoming accustomed to life in Bangkok.

Anocha, working on her followup to her 2009 debut Mundane History, has also received support from the Rotterdam fest's Hubert Bals Fund as well as the fest's Prince Claus Fund.

The grants from the Qatar-based Doha Film Institute go to mostly first or second features from Asia, Africa, Europe, Latin American, the Middle East and North Africa.

Screen Daily has the full list.

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