Cambodia International Film Festival


@STP Cambodia – YK Art House

13A St 830, Phnom Penh

Mon – Sat: 10am – 7pm

Eddie has spent over two decades exploring the surface of the Cambodian landscape from the skies. With a profound grasp of both time and space, Eddie’s photographs serve as witnesses to the ever-evolving narrative of the Khmer heartland, chronicling its metamorphosis through the passage of years.

“Wake” not only refers to the lines etched upon the lake’s surface by movement, but also represents the traces left by humans and organisms sustained by the Tonle Sap over countless millennia. These irregular lines, visible only from the skies, weave a tapestry of existence exclusive to the vast expanse of the lake, a web intricately woven by countless moments and lifetimes.


@Bophana Center

64 Oknha Men St. (200), Phnom Penh 

Mon – Fr: 8am – 12am & 2pm – 6pm

Sa: 2pm – 6pm

Cambodia is home to diverse wildlife habitats, including high-elevation evergreen forests, dry deciduous forests, wetlands, and stunning mangrove landscapes. With over 600 bird species recorded, including many bird subspecies and endemic Cambodian species like the laughingthrush, Chestnut-headed Partridge, and the recently discovered Cambodian Tailorbird, the country boasts remarkable biodiversity. “Cambodia’s Bird Exhibition” aims to raise awareness about these bird species and foster a love for the nation’s natural heritage, featuring photographs of various bird species of Cambodia’s avifauna taken by Mr. Suy Senglim. He is the founder of the Birds of Cambodia Education and Conservation (BCEC), established in March 2012 and his goal is to engage the education about Cambodia’s avifauna in schools and in public.

In collaboration with the Bophana Center, the exhibition will run from May 16 to June 30, 2024, providing an opportunity for the public to learn about ecosystem interactions, bird habitats, and wildlife photography techniques, particularly focusing on Cambodia’s wild birds.