No Comment Cambodia
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No Comment Cambodia! A Different Society From Different Angles – Part II
The Year-3-Students of the Department of Media and Communication (DMC) at the Royal University of Phnom Penh (RUPP) have produced a second video documentary series about several controversial issues of Cambodia’s nowadays political, social and cultural environment.
The students wrote, shot and edited the movies by their own as final part of their broadcast journalism- and video production courses in 2013. The documentaries reflect various conflict sensitive aspects and challenges within a divided, rapidly changing post war society.
By avoiding any narrative elements (e.g. voice over explanations and comments) the student producers wanted to assure the most balanced point of view without publishing their own opinion or even delivering a judgment.
While some short documentaries focus on the Cambodia’s Khmer Rouge history and its impact until today, others open up on present trends: how to fight poverty, strengthen freedom of speech and empower the country’s next generation e.g.
The media students of Batch 10 are proud to present their first professional video productions and welcome you to the second edition of DMCs documentary series NO COMMENT CAMBODIA.
Ms. Ly You YDepartment of Media and Communication Royal University of Phnom Penh (RUPP) Russian Blvd., Phnom Penh Phone: (855) 023 – 884 408 Mobile: (855) 012 – 427 468 E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.dmc-cci.edu.kh
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No Comment Cambodia – Part I
NEW YOUTH AND CULTURE MEET OLD PERCEPTION AND TRADITION
The students wrote, shot and edited a one-hour-video documentary series on Khmer tradition & youth culture in a rapidly changing social environment as final part of their broadcast journalism and video production courses in 2012. The documentaries present a variety of challenges and conflicts within a constantly changing cultural society.
For the first time in DMC’s production history the producers face the challenge of avoiding narrative elements (e.g. voice over explanations etc.) to insure the most balanced view point without injecting their opinion into the stories.