Butterfly and Flowers is one of 25 films to be named to Thailand’s registry of national heritage film masterpieces. (on 12/02)
This week’s bookshelf spotlights the Thai Monarchy as the nation prepares to celebrate the King’s Birthday on December 5.
Revisit a the seminal moment when Thai Molam and Luk Thung were fused together for the very first time with a 1975 re-release of Isan Lam Plearn.
A sense of adventure drives Sophon Shimjinda’s life on wheels, and he’s determined to live life to the fullest.
Kitarajanipon is one of the Thai films that will be screened at the Hawaii International Film Festival 2015 (HIFF). Join two of the directors for a brief chat with refreshments during this event.
Meet two of the directors of Kitarajanipon, one of the Thai films that will be screened at the Hawaii International Film Festival 2015 (HIFF).
Watch a video portrait of photographer Yvan Cohen in Bangkok’s Chinatown.
Three Marks of Existence willfully dwells on the topic of impermanence, suffering, and the non-self. M doesn’t understand it yet, but his search for that previously undiscovered inner self will be a like a wild rollercoaster ride that merges both an Anderson-esque style of indie comedy and a deeper, more figurative meaning to its comfortable lightheartedness on the path to enlightenment, so to say.
Watch a video segment by the Straits Times that explores the beauty of the Mekong river.
This week we feature a versatile Thai/Filipino singer/songwriter from Thailand with his popular song, รักแท้ยังมีไหม.