Director Sonakul channels Apichatpong Weerasetkul to focus her dream-like story on engaging themes found in Thailand’s contemporary cultural landscape.
As part of the Hawaii International Film Festival, the Center is bringing seven new Southeast Asian films to campus and is bringing to Hawaii seven filmmakers for a special discussion of politics and movies in the region.
Tomboyish student Tao tries to support her studies by writing articles for the racy magazine Sayew “Tickle” published by her uncle Hia Kung Fu.
This research aims at studying the status of performing arts in Thailand starting from the first year of the Accession of King Rama IX to the Throne in 1946 until the Celebration of His Majesty the King’s 72nd Birthday in 1999.
On an exciting combination of ethnographic and botanical research conducted in Thailand, exploring the question of whether cultural knowledge can serve as appropriate scale measures of biodiversity for within-hotspot distribution analysis.
Dr. Bererton discusses Thai Shadow Theatre of Northeast Thailand
Dark and terrifying lessons are about to be learned in this school’s dorm and innocence will be lost forever.
Four worldly women put their gaydar to the test in this over-the-top comedy from Thailand.
This is the first Thai feature film where most of the script is written in the Isan dialect.
Presented by Bryce Beemer, Ph.D. Candidate, History