Join us as we kick off the Fall semester and celebrate 10 years of screening Southeast Asian film!
Our first bookshelf for the Fall 2014 semester will wet your appetite for SEA food!
A canny piece of entertainment in which Ahlo, a cursed boy, gets a chance to redeem himself, and save his family, at a local rocket festival.
Based on ethnographic fieldwork amongst Tai migrants from the Shan State in Burma/Myanmar, this talk attends to the micropolitics and staged authenticities of Tai dance (Fon Tai). (on 4/23)
Suckseed is an awesome coming of age tale of a group of students trying to make it to the finals of their high school rock band contest. (on 4/9)
Check out our featured clip of the week from Mark de Louw showcasing his travels throughout SEA!
CSEAS features alternative rock tunes from Harem Belle as our featured song of the week.
Jon Jandai speaks at TEDxDoiSuthep (2011) about how life is easy, yet why do we make it so hard?
Ratanaruang, a star of the Thai new wave, drenches his film in classic noir style, filling it full of shadows and rain. (on 02/05)
This talk examines contemporary images in Thailand during the recent campaign to shutdown Bangkok, which began in 2013. (on 2/7)